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With the rapid decline in prices at the pump, currently equivalent to about GBP0.47/litre [vs around GBP1.20 in UK after recent falls - ed], US November light vehicle sales kicked into high gear, coming in 4.6% ahead of last year and 1.7% ahead of October 2014.
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New vehicle sales in the Philippines increased by 32.6% to a new monthly high of 22,278 units in October, from 16,800 units a year earlier, according to member data released by the Chamber of Automotive Manufacturers of the Philippines (CAMPI).
Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) has announced that it will launch its unique EyeSight driver assist technology in the Subaru Outback on sale in Europe during 2014.
With US petrol prices falling to levels not seen in years, Americans flocked to dealer lots to buy crossovers, SUVs and pickups, driving October light vehicle sales to a healthy 1.28m units, 6.1% ahead of last October and 2.8% ahead of September 2014.
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