Japanese import-brand Mazda shakes up the Australian auto industry by pushing GM Holden into third place in April sales. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries figures show Toyota as the overall sales leader for the month with 16,568 units, followed by Mazda with 7,681 and GM Holden with 7,589. Total deliveries rose 6.6% to 79,097 units in April, pushing the year-to-date total up 5.1% to 339,219. The record April result gave Mazda a 21% gain on year-ago and a 9.7% market ...
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