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Feb. 2006 Sales: Volkswagen of America

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New GTI, Jetta and Passat help lead sales total

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Volkswagen of America, Inc. reported February 2006 sales of 16,329, an increase of 21.3 percent as compared to the same period in 2005 when sales were 13,457, making it the best February result for the brand since 2003.

Just recently launched, the new GTI recorded strong early sales, accounting for the majority of sales (1,303) in the Golf/GTI model line that was up a total of 105.2 percent from the previous year (1,785 versus 870 in February of 2005). Also of note, Volkswagen recorded a 10.6 percent increase and 47 percent increase, respectively, with its Jetta and Passat models. Attached is a breakdown of the models line for the Volkswagen brand in the U.S. for February of 2006:

Link w/sales data: http://media.vw.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=9854

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