Volkswagen Group delivers 1.54 million vehicles in a initial dual months of 2016

Posted on 11. Mar, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

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• 1.4 percent arise in Jan and Feb 
• Fred Kappler, Head of Group Sales: “The Volkswagen Group and a brands done a
   fast start to a new year. Europe in sold saw certain expansion in
   February.”

The Volkswagen Group handed over 1.54 million vehicles to business in Jan and Feb 2016, a arise of 1.4 percent. At 693,300 units, Group deliveries in Feb roughly matched a prior-year level. “The Volkswagen Group and a brands done a fast start to a new year. Europe in sold saw certain expansion in February. However, a conditions stays moving in some regions. The altogether mercantile conditions in Brazil, for example, is still challenging”, Fred Kappler, Head of Group Sales during Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, said.

The Volkswagen Group delivered 312,000 new vehicles to business in Europe in February, an boost of 5.7 percent compared with a prior year. Western Europe in sold grown good (+6.5 percent), with clever movement entrance above all from a home marketplace of Germany (+7.7 percent) and a markets in Southern Europe. The markets in Central and Eastern Europe also available slight expansion in this period, though a continued moving conditions in Russia (-17.0 percent) had a disastrous impact.

The association delivered 123,400 vehicles in a North America segment during a initial dual months of a year. 37,700 new vehicles (-7.2 percent) were purebred in a United States, a region’s largest singular market, in February. 34,100 units were handed over to business in a South America segment in a same month, of that 21,700 were delivered in Brazil. The downturn on a South American marketplace continues as a outcome of a bad altogether mercantile conditions in Brazil.

Deliveries in China were influenced by a late Chinese New Year. At 227,400 units, a Volkswagen Group confirmed deliveries during approximately a same turn as a prior year. In total, new registrations in a Asia-Pacific segment in Jan and Feb rose by 5.7 percent.

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