Jeep Grand Cherokee led segment in Janaury.
Australian new-vehicle sales limped away from the 2014 start line with a surprising 3.7% fall in deliveries to 82,285 units in what is being predicted to be another record sales year. Toyota roared away from the pack in January, disappearing over the horizon with sales up 2% year-on-year to 13,646 units. Mazda was a distant second with 9,411 units, comfortably ahead of GM Holden (8,871), Hyundai (7,152) and Ford (6,804). Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries data shows the ...
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