Despite a decline in passenger-car sales, Australian new-vehicle deliveries in September increased 4.4% to 83,489 units from 79,993 year-ago, Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries figures show. Year-to-date, sales were up 8.3% to 782,362 units. “The decline in passenger-car sales was entirely due to slower sales in the small-car segment,” FCAI CEO Andrew McKellar says. “The overall motor vehicle market remains very buoyant,” he says. “It is notable that sales of larger vehicles such ...
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