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A further decline was registered for local car sales for the month of October.
Naamsa, the National Association of Automibile Manufacturers of South Africa, today commented that the new vehicle sales statistics (compiled by Messrs RGT SMART, Naamsa’s independent statistical service provider) showed dramatically slowed growth for the month of September following the months of double digit momentum that characterised the earlier period of the year.
The National Association of Automobile Manufactures of South Africa (Naamsa) today commented that new vehicles sales for the month of August continued the steady growth trend of the first seven months of 2012, with all-round sales across segments achieving gains compared to August 2011.
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa’s July sales report indicates a continuation in the modest growth trend experienced during the year so far, with aggregate industry sales registering a 18,3 per cent (8 381 units) gain over the corresponding month last year.
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (NAAMSA) commented that new car and commercial vehicle sales for the month of May had registered significant gains over the corresponding month last year.
According to the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (Naamsa), despite the high number and concentration of public holidays over the past month, new passenger car and commercial vehicle sales have registered strong gains over the corresponding month last year.
Naamsa (the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa) today commented that overall new car and commercial vehicle sales for the month of March had registered modest gains compared to the corresponding month last year. Aggregate industry sales had improved by 2 552 units or 4,8 per cent to 56 110 vehicles from 53 558 units in March last year.