After a record year for new-vehicle sales in Australia in 2012, there are indications the momentum likely will be maintained, with a survey showing an estimated 633,000 consumers intending to buy a new car over the next 12 months. Pollster Roy Morgan Research says this data from November, the most recent figures available, marked the second consecutive month of increased car-buying plans. The survey found that over the longer term, an estimated 2.16 million Australians intend to ...

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