Fiat, low-cost brands lifted by southern Europe car demand
The Fiat logo is seen on the steering wheel of a Fiat "Freemont" model in a mechanic's workshop in Rome, Italy May 23, 2016. REUTERS/Max Rossi
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PARIS (Reuters) - European car sales rose 9.5 percent last month, regional industry association ACEA said on Thursday, with recovering southern markets benefiting Fiat
Registrations rose to 855,466 cars in August, a seasonally slow holiday month, from 781,575 a year earlier, the Brussels-based Association of European Carmakers said in a statement.
Spanish-based budget brand SEAT recorded an 18 percent increase in European registrations, contributing to parent group Volkswagen's
Sales by France's PSA
(Reporting by Laurence Frost; editing by David Clarke)
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