Australian new-car buyers are sending mixed signals, with long-term buying intentions softening and short-term interest rising. Roy Morgan Research says its latest survey finds long-term car-buying intention down after hitting an all-time high in August. An estimated 2,369,000 Australians intend to buy a new car in the next four years, down 69,000 since the peak. But the number of Aussies planning to buy a new car in the next 12 months has risen 3.2% to 641,000. That’s 20,000 above the ...

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