New Motor Vehicle sales fell significantly through the month of July, printing its worst performance since the January to February tumble. The tumble actually came on fast-falling overseas demand, which fell 3.4 percent following seven months of consecutive gains. Such a positive trend diminishes the significance of a one month deterioration in sales, as the 3-month annualized figure remains at a wopping 20.4 percent through the same reporting period. Indeed, the July plummet in sales was actually modestly better than forecasts of a -3.0% change. Selling trends remain positive, but it will be important to watch whether domestic and international consumers will be able to support previously robust demand?