China's car sales up 24% in February

With tax incentives luring Chinese buyers back into showrooms, China's car sales for February have increased 24.2 per cent as compared to the same time last year.
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Passenger car sales came to 607,300 last month, with total vehicle sales (including cars, buses and trucks) seeing the total figure rise to 827,600 units - a 24.72 per cent year-on-year increase.

Though the news may not mean much to us in Australia, it does start the ball rolling in terms of incentive ideas for buying a new car.

Scrappage schemes, tax incentives, fleet and business discounts all show that different countries are tackling the issue of slowing new car sales in different ways - which leads us to wonder:

What would get you in to a new car this year?