Importers Hyundai, Mazda and Nissan are looking like the big winners in the latest survey of Australians’ vehicle-buying intentions. Pollster Roy Morgan Research says its latest sampling finds a record 2.36 million Australians plan to buy a new car within the next four years. “This healthy long-term intention result outstrips the previous peak of 2.32 million in early 2012,” the polling firm says in a statement. Nearer-term, close to 741,000 Australians expect to ...

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