Australian new-vehicle sales fell for a third month in a row, but the market was giving signs of a recovery with March deliveries down just 0.1% from year-ago, or 133 units, to 97,267. Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries data shows year-to-date sales down 2.4% to 266,370 vehicles. FCAI CEO Tony Weber says large vehicles were a popular choice in March, with purchases of large passenger cars up 24.5% year-on-year to 4,350 units and large SUVs up 9.7% to 11,220. "Smaller-sized car ...

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