With sales again boosted by private demand, U.K. new cars rose 7.9% to 66,749 units in February, pushing the year-to-date results up 10.3% to 210,392. Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders interim CEO Mike Baunton says car sales have risen for 12 consecutive months, spurred by the highest increase in private-consumer demand since spring 2010. “However, February is traditionally a low-volume month as motorists look forward to the (license-) plate-change in March, but ...

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