Australian new-vehicle sales dropped marginally in March to 97,400 units, down 0.2% or 216 less than year-ago’s 97,616. But the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says first-quarter sales increased 5% to 273,048 units. Small entrants continued dominating the new car-segment in March, with 4-cyl. models accounting for three of the five best-sellers. The Mazda3 again led overall sales with 3,786 units, ahead of the Toyota Corolla (3,512), Toyota Hilux (3,127), Hyundai i30 ...

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