As the last Australian-built vehicles begin driving out the back door, record numbers of imports are pushing their way through the front door. The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries says a record-breaking year remains a likely prospect, even as July sales fell 1.1% to 91,331 units – still the second-best result ever for the month. The performance took the year-to-date total up 2.8% from like-2015 to 689,471 units. And in the month when Ford threw in the towel and ended pickup ...

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