China will help Skoda sell 1 million vehicles in 2014

Article by Christian A., on December 8, 2014

Skoda is preparing to celebrate an impressing milestone as the well-known Czech car manufacturer as it sold 955,300 vehicles by the end of November, which means that it will sell over 1 million vehicles in 2014. November was the best month for Skoda because its sales increased by 10.1 percent to an impressive 90,200 vehicles.

According to the manufacturer, China is the market responsible for the increase as Skoda’s sales in China increased 46.9% this November over November 2013. The press release said that the ongoing model campaign is the backbone of this sales success.

In addition, Skoda also announced that the new Fabia went on sale in Europe since mid-November, while the Fabia Combi will hit the dealerships in early 2015. Both models are expected to boost Skoda sales and bring new customers to the brand.

“Skoda will set a new sales record this year. Following the positive results in November, the milestone of one million vehicles produced and sold in one calendar year is certain,” says Skoda CEO Prof. Dr. h.c. Winfried Vahland. “Producing and selling one million Skoda cars for the first time in one year is a milestone for our brand, and has made the whole team very proud.”

Topics: china, skoda, sales

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