After slow sales in the summer months, September new car sales in Western Europe bounced back with a seasonally adjusted annualised rate (SAAR) of 14.9 million units (which compares with a SAAR of just 13.7 million units in August). But is the robust result indicative of real recovery taking hold or the actions of carmakers looking to hit end of quarter sales targets? This analysis is from JD-Power-LMC.