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March 2006 Sales: Volkswagen of America

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New models contribute significantly to increase of 23.8 percent

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – Volkswagen of America, Inc. today reported March sales of 20,730 units, a 23.8 percent increase over prior year sales.

The new Jetta sedan continues to be the volume car for Volkswagen, selling 9,587 cars, up 39.6 percent as compared to last year’s sales of 6,869. GTI sales posted its best month in over 20 years, selling 2,127 total units of which 2,073 were the all-new GTI, which launched just last month. Passat sedan also showed a considerable increase with sales of 3,946, an increase of 64.8 percent.

Year to date, Volkswagen sales are up 24.3 percent as compared to last year. Below is a breakdown of the model line for the Volkswagen brand for March, 2006:

Link w/sales data: http://media.vw.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=9874

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