2023 Author: Eric Donovan | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-08-25 09:36
The core brand VW suffered a drop in sales in November. In the previous month, Europe's largest car manufacturer lost four percent, but is up over the course of the year.
Volkswagen passenger cars lost sales worldwide in November. With 508,400 vehicles delivered to customers, the year-on-year decline was four percent, as the company announced on Monday. In the first eleven months of the year, the core brand, with 5.59 million vehicles, was up slightly by two percent.
China continues to boom
"The globally challenging market developments - especially in Eastern Europe and South America - are also with us in the last few weeks of the year," said VW Group Sales Director Christian Klingler. The manager added that one could "not completely escape the challenges of the course of the year". The decline in November also results from the model change of the Passat, according to VW.
Volkswagen Passenger Cars sold 1.54 million cars in Europe by November, an increase of 2.4 percent. In Western Europe (excluding Germany), sales of 785,500 vehicles were up 5.2 percent. In its home market of Germany, VW recorded 534,400 units, an increase of 3.4 percent). In Russia, sales fell by 20 percent to 114,200 units. In the USA, VW was able to increase its sales in November, but is almost 11 percent in the red with 332,900 vehicles as of November. On the Chinese market, the Wolfsburg-based company increased its sales by 11.9 percent with 2.52 million units. (AG / FM)
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