LAHORE - After remaining depressed in Aug and Sept, Indus Motor sales have rebounded, as it sold 4,830 cars during the month of Oct, up by 41pc compared to 3,433 units in Sept, experts said in a report. This shows that the impact of floods on sales has started to fade out and thus sales are expected to improve once economy start recovering particularly the agriculture sector, they said. This was followed by Pak Suzuki as it sold 7,459 units versus 6,838 units in September 2010, up 9 percent. Thus in 4MFY11 car sales improved by 10 percent to 47,391 units compared to 43,074 units in same period last year. The major increase was seen in sales of Indus motor as its sales grew by 11 percent to 16,622 units compared to 14,910 units last year. This was slightly better than Pak Suzuki whose sales increased by 10 percent to 25,279 units compared to 22,929 units in same period last year. Furqan Punjani, an auto sector expert, observed that though sales are improving, we expect shrinking gross margins.