Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles starts off a new year with a 2.1 per cent boost in deliveries

Posted on 05. Feb, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has available a certain start to a new year with 31,200 vehicles delivered to business around a world. This surpasses a outcome for a same month a year progressing by 2.1 per cent. Deliveries in Western Europe during 21,000 vehicles were significantly above final year’s turn (19,500; +8.0 per cent).

Above all, a code available increases in France with 1,200 deliveries (900; +31.5 per cent), Spain with 800 units (600; +29.8 per cent) and Italy with 800 vehicles delivered (600; +24.2 per cent). In Germany, 7,800 lightweight blurb vehicles were delivered in a initial month of a year (7,600; +2.8 per cent). Bram Schot, Member of a Board of Management of a Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles code obliged for Sales and Marketing: “The good start in Jan creates us assured that a direct for a models will also sojourn solid in a following months. It’s generally appreciative to see a expansion in a European core markets.”

In a Middle East with 2,000 deliveries, 26.6 per cent some-more vehicles were delivered to business than in a homogeneous duration final year (1,600). Turkey is a largest sales marketplace here with 1,700 vehicles delivered (1,300; +29.9 per cent). Deliveries in Eastern Europe fell adult to a finish of Jan by 7.4 per cent to 2,300 vehicles (2,500).

In South America, a series of blurb vehicles delivered by a code went down by 10.6 per cent to 3,100 (3,500). In Brazil, 1,000 vehicles were delivered (900; +3.2 per cent). The Argentinean marketplace mislaid 13.0 per cent with a figure of 1,800 deliveries (2,100).

Worldwide, patron deliveries of a Caddy and T indication ranges increased. Below is a outline of a figures:

● 10,200 vehicles from a Caddy operation (9,700; +5.8 per cent)
● 12,400 vehicles from a T indication operation (11,800; +4.9 per cent)
● 5,800 vehicles from a Amarok operation (6,000; -4.3 per cent)
● 2,800 vehicles from a Crafter operation (3,000; 7.5 per cent)

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