Year-on-year new-vehicle sales fell for the second successive month in April, figures released on Tuesday by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa) show.

According to the figures, the motor industry sold 37,107 cars and commercial vehicles in April — 0.2% down from the 37,195 of April 2022. In March, the deficit was 0.6%. As a result, aggregate sales of 175,411 for the first four months of 2023 were 1.2% ahead of the 173,387 at the same stage of 2022. ..

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