Volkswagen breaks its world sales record

Volkswagen breaks its world sales record

Author: Writing | 04/16/2018

Volkswagen reported that with more than 2.6 million units delivered to its customers worldwide, during the first three months of the year, it set a new sales record and a growth of 7.4%, compared to the same period of 2017, which was 2.4 millions.
In a statement, said that for the month of March, with a million vehicles marketed, the group also recorded a new sales record and a growth of 5.3 percent, compared to the same period of 2017 with 990 thousand 800.
The vehicle manufacturer said that by region, the Volkswagen Group delivered 221,000 vehicles to its customers in the markets of the United States, Canada and Mexico during the first three months of the year, a figure that represented an increase of 3.4 percent from January to March. 2017 with 213 thousand 700.
He added that in Europe, the delivery volume was 1.1 million units between the months of January and March, a figure that represented a rebound of 4.1 percent, of which 329 thousand 800 were marketed in Germany.
In South America, the Group sold 128,700 units, which meant a growth of 5.6 percent in January-March 2017 was 121,800; Deliveries in the most important market in this region, such as Brazil, were 74,100 in the first quarter, which is an increase of 8.6 percent in January-March 2017 with 68,300.
He added that the Volkswagen Group continued its growth trend in the Asia-Pacific region, with one million 090 thousand 200 vehicles marketed during the first three months of the year, a figure that represented a growth of 12 percent.
In China, the most important local market for the Group reported a volume of sales of one million 010 thousand 600 vehicles, in the first quarter, which increased by 13.4 percent, compared to the same period of 2017, when they sold there 891 thousand 500 vehicles.
With NTX information

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