PARIS – The long-awaited turnaround in Europe’s automotive market seems to have arrived in September, with its main beneficiaries including Renault, whose sales climbed 22.2%, and BMW, which surpassed Fiat in volume. Registrations totaled 1,159,066 units, up 5.4% from September 2012, the worst in this century, according to European automakers’ group the ACEA. Before the 2008 crisis, September sales in the region averaged about 1.4 million units. September 2013 had one ...

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