Volkswagen Group deliveries arise by 4.7 percent in October

Posted on 11. Nov, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

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• 870,300 vehicles handed over to business in October
• 8.5 million vehicles delivered worldwide from Jan to October
• Fred Kappler, Head of Group Sales: “Our smoothness total uncover that a vehicles remonstrate many buyers. Our customers’ trust in a products is a many changed asset.”

Worldwide deliveries by a Volkswagen Group grew 4.7 percent to 870,300 units in October. The Group delivered 8.5 million vehicles from Jan to Oct 2016, an boost of 2.6 percent. “Our smoothness total uncover that a vehicles remonstrate many buyers. Our customers’ trust in a products is a many changed asset”, Fred Kappler, Head of Group Sales, said. “We wish to keep on stirring a business with quality, float comfort, reserve and innovations, since we can usually master a arriving hurdles by qualitative growth”, Kappler continued.

The Volkswagen Group delivered 3.5 million vehicles (+3.3 percent) in Europe during a initial 10 months, of that 338,000 (+0.9 percent) were handed over to business in October. Group deliveries in Western Europe rose somewhat to 280,600 units (+0.2 percent). The good smoothness opening in a UK, Italy and France helped negate a diminution on a home marketplace of Germany (-9.8 percent). In contrast, a Group available 4.2 percent expansion in Central and Eastern Europe on a behind of a plain smoothness trend in Poland.

The Volkswagen Group delivered 76,600 vehicles (-4.8 percent) in a North America segment in October. Performance was influenced above all by deliveries in a USA (-9.5 percent). The macroeconomic conditions in a South America region, quite in Brazil, stays tense. The Group handed over 349,600 vehicles to business in this segment during a initial 10 months – a diminution of 27.7 percent.

3.5 million vehicles (+8.9 percent) were delivered in a Asia-Pacific segment from Jan to October, of that 3.2 million (+11.3 percent) were handed over to business in China. Deliveries in a Asia-Pacific segment in Oct increasing by 15.9 percent compared with a prior year to 390,300 units, of that 363,900 vehicles were handed over to business in a Chinese market, representing an boost of 16.6 percent.

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