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VOLKSWAGEN OF AMERICA REPORTS AUGUST 2016 SALES RESULTS

  • August sales totaled 29,384 units
  • Best ever August for Tiguan, with 3,302 units, a 4.3 percent increase over August 2015
  • Best ever August for GTI, with 2,081 units, a 9.1 percent increase over August 2015

Herndon, VA — (September 1, 2016) Volkswagen of America, Inc. (VWoA) today reported sales of 29,384 units delivered in August 2016.  

August 2016 Sales

 

August 16

August 15

Yr/Yr% change

August 16  YTD

August 15 YTD

Yr/Yr% change

Golf

            1,141

             1,873

-39.1%

            8,467

          15,000

-43.6%

GTI

            2,081

             1,907

9.1%

          15,350

          14,992

2.4%

Golf R

               107

                436

-75.5%

            2,899

            2,239

29.5%

e-Golf

               454

                381

19.2%

            2,253

            2,212

1.9%

Golf SportWagen

            1,057

             2,478

-57.3%

            7,544

          10,073

-25.1%

Total Golf Family

                 4,840

                  7,075

-31.6%

               36,513

              44,516

-18.0%

Jetta Sedan

          11,720

           11,002

6.5%

          81,444

          87,047

-6.4%

Jetta SportWagen       
(now Golf SportWagen)

                  -  

                110

N/A

                   5

            2,645

-99.8%

Total Jetta

               11,720

                11,112

5.5%

               81,449

              89,692

-9.2%

Beetle Coupe

            1,117

             1,287

-13.2%

            5,851

            9,846

-40.6%

Beetle Convertible

               402

                840

-52.1%

            3,969

            7,681

-48.3%

Total Beetle

                 1,519

                  2,127

-28.6%

                 9,820

              17,527

-44.0%

Eos*

                  -  

                208

N/A

               387

            1,800

-78.5%

Passat

            7,389

             7,409

-0.3%

          46,751

          56,508

-17.3%

CC

               247

                546

-54.8%

            2,121

            4,106

-48.3%

Tiguan

            3,302

             3,165

4.3%

          27,237

          19,249

41.5%

Touareg

               367

                690

-46.8%

            2,878

            4,676

-38.5%

TOTAL

               29,384

                32,332

-9.12%

            207,156

            238,074

-12.99%

*Eos production ended in July 2015

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