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VOLKSWAGEN OF AMERICA REPORTS SEPTEMBER 2016 SALES RESULTS

  • September sales totaled 24,112 units
  • Best ever September for Tiguan, with 2,988 units, a 0.5 percent increase over September 2015

Herndon, VA — (October 3, 2016) Volkswagen of America, Inc. (VWoA) today reported sales of 24,112 units delivered in September 2016. In late September, both #PinkBeetle and the all-new Golf Alltrack, based on the SportWagen began to reach showrooms.

September 2016 Sales

 

September 16

September 15

Yr/Yr% change

September 16  YTD

September 15 YTD

Yr/Yr% change

Golf

 1,082

 1,193

-9.3%

 9,549

 16,193

-41.0%

GTI

 1,837

 1,825

0.7%

 17,187

 16,817

2.2%

Golf R

 204

 462

-55.8%

 3,103

 2,701

14.9%

e-Golf

 529

 343

54.2%

 2,782

 2,555

8.9%

Golf SportWagen

 933

 1,428

-34.7%

 8,477

 11,501

-26.3%

Total Golf Family

 4,585

 5,251

-12.7%

 41,098

 49,767

-17.4%

Jetta Sedan

 8,299

 7,746

7.1%

 89,743

 94,793

-5.3%

Jetta SportWagen       
(now Golf SportWagen)

n/a  

 27

n/a  

 5

 2,672

-99.8%

Total Jetta

 8,299

 7,773

6.8%

 89,748

 97,465

-7.9%

Beetle Coupe

 988

 890

11.0%

 6,839

 10,736

-36.3%

Beetle Convertible

 353

 649

-45.6%

 4,322

 8,330

-48.1%

Total Beetle

 1,341

 1,539

-12.9%

 11,161

 19,066

-41.5%

Eos*

 n/a  

 356

n/a  

 387

 2,156

-82.1%

Passat

 6,335

 7,228

-12.4%

 53,086

 63,736

-16.7%

CC

 234

 384

-39.1%

 2,355

 4,490

-47.6%

Tiguan

 2,988

 2,972

0.5%

 30,225

 22,221

36.0%

Touareg

 330

 638

-48.3%

 3,208

 5,314

-39.6%

TOTAL

 24,112

 26,141

-7.76%

 231,268

 264,215

-12.47%

*Eos production ended in July 2015

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Dismal, and may actually never improve substantially.  VW will never change their internal corporate culture any more than Lucy will let Charlie Brown kick the football.  And both will have a similar result...being flat on your back and looking stupid.

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