The U.K. lays claim to being Western Europe’s second-largest new-car market after increased consumer demand pushes November sales up 11.3% to 149,191 units. Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders CEO Paul Everitt says the second-place standing follows growth in the U.K. over the past 10 months and a drop in sales in the other big markets. The latest result raised the region’s 11-month total 5.4% to 1,921,052 units and has the industry on track for its best result since ...
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