Australia new-vehicle sales jumped 9.0% in September to 94,627 units, as Mazda moved into second place in sales, bumping GM Holden to third. Toyota virtually wrapped up the annual sales title with 17,300 units for the month, but Mazda rose 10.5% year-on-year to 10,093 to pass GM Holden, down 18.7% to 8,955. The sales growth was led by SUVs, up 20.7% to 25,079 units, followed by light- commercial vehicles, up 10.7% to 17,589; and passenger cars, up 3.2% to 49,210. The Federal Chamber ...
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