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BERLIN, April 4 (Reuters) - Sales of new passenger cars in Germany jumped about 11 percent in March, helped by two extra selling days, an industry source told Reuters on Tuesday.
New passenger-car registrations in Europe's largest auto market increased to around 360,000 vehicles last month, the source said, with first-quarter sales rising about 6 to 7 percent to around 845,000 vehicles.
Official German car sales data is expected to be published by Germany's VDA auto industry association later on Tuesday. (Reporting by Andreas Cremer; Editing by Maria Sheahan)