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ŠKODA in November: Deliveries sojourn during a high level

ŠKODA has delivered 89,000 vehicles to business worldwide in Nov 2015 (November 2014: 90,200 deliveries; down by 1.4 per cent). The automobile manufacturer saw expansion in both Western and Central Europe. The moving altogether marketplace conditions in Russia, however, slowed ŠKODA’s sales. In China and Eastern Europe (excluding Russia), ŠKODA sales reached a same turn as in Nov of a prior year. The new-generation ŠKODA models once again perceived a really certain response from customers. Deliveries of a ŠKODA Fabia rose by 44.0 per cent in Europe; a ŠKODA Superb achieved an boost of 47.3 per cent.

“ŠKODA has achieved good in November, in a rather formidable marketplace situation,” pronounced Werner Eichhorn, ŠKODA Board Member for Sales and Marketing. “Our tellurian deliveries sojourn during a high level. We are gratified with a continued certain expansion of a new-generation models. After a successful marketplace launch, a ŠKODA Superb has distant exceeded a expectations,” continued Eichhorn.

In Western Europe, ŠKODA delivered 33,600 vehicles to business (November 2014: 33,000; adult by 1.8 per cent). In Germany, sales increasing by 11.8 per cent to 13,600 vehicles (November 2014: 12,100). With this, ŠKODA stays a strongest unfamiliar code in a German marketplace by a prolonged way. ŠKODA has gifted double-digit expansion in a Swedish marketplace (1,500 vehicles; adult by 14.5 per cent), Portugal (300 vehicles; adult by 14.1 per cent) and Ireland (100 vehicles; adult by 107.5 per cent).

In an altogether disappearing marketplace in Russia, ŠKODA delivered 4,700 vehicles in Nov (November 2014: 7,600 vehicles; down by 38.7 per cent). In Eastern Europe, not including Russia, 2,900 business chose to buy a new ŠKODA (November 2014: 3,000; down by 1.3 per cent). ŠKODA achieved double-digit expansion in a Romanian marketplace (1,000 vehicles; adult by 28.2 per cent), Serbia (500 vehicles; adult by 25.3 per cent), Bulgaria (200 vehicles; adult by 24.1 per cent) and Bosnia (100 vehicles; adult by 10.7 per cent).

In Central Europe, ŠKODA deliveries increasing by 16.8 per cent to 15,000 (November 2014: 12,800). The code increasing a sales in a Czech Republic, a domestic market, by 18.3 per cent to 7,700 vehicles (November 2014: 6,500). ŠKODA also saw double-digit expansion in Slovakia (1,700 vehicles; adult by 14.0 per cent), in Hungary (1,000 vehicles; adult by 45.3 per cent), in Slovenia (500 vehicles; adult by 24.3 per cent) and in Croatia (200 vehicles; adult by 35.2 per cent).

In China, ŠKODA delivered 26,800 vehicles in November, thereby achieving a same turn as in Nov of a prior year (26,800). The ŠKODA Octavia and ŠKODA Yeti models saw a certain trend in sales. In India, ŠKODA delivered 1,100 vehicles in Nov compared to 1,200 vehicles in Nov of a prior year (down by 4.0 per cent). The automobile manufacturer achieved sales of 1,800 vehicles in Israel, an boost of 9.9 per cent compared to Nov of a prior year. ŠKODA delivered double-digit expansion in Australia (400 vehicles; adult by 12.8 per cent) and in Taiwan (400 vehicles; adult by 122.4 per cent).

ŠKODA deliveries to business in Nov 2015 (units, rounded, by model; +/- in per cent compared to a same month of a prior year):

ŠKODA Octavia (35,700; -2.1%)
ŠKODA Fabia (17,100; +36.0%)
ŠKODA Rapid (15,600; -18.1%)
ŠKODA Superb (8,900; +21.7%)
ŠKODA Yeti (8,700; +0.1%)
ŠKODA Citigo (European sales only: 2,800; -16.8%)