Australian new-vehicle deliveries in January picked up where they left off from last year’s record result, with SUVs leaving cars with less than half the market. The thriving new-vehicle market saw sales jump 11.3% to 85,430 units, compared with year-ago, according to data released by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries. Australians continued to move to SUVs, with deliveries up 20.1% to 26,623 units for 31.2% of the total market. New-car sales eased 1.3% to 41,957 ...
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