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June 2019: Volkswagen of America

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Volkswagen of America June 2019 Sales

 

June. 19

June. 18

Yr/Yr% 
change

June. 19 YTD

June. 18 YTD

Yr/Yr% 
change

 Golf

 518 

 578 

-10% 

 3,537 

 4,036 

-12% 

 GTI

 979 

 1,282 

-24% 

 6,947 

 9,189 

-24% 

 Golf R

 479 

 470 

2% 

 1,458 

 2,240 

-35% 

 e-Golf

 366 

 32 

1,044% 

 1,893 

 776 

144% 

 Golf SportWagen

 1,314 

 1,190 

10% 

 5,123 

 8,016 

-36% 

 Total Golf Family

3,656 

 3,552 

3% 

 18,958 

 24,257 

-22% 

 Jetta Sedan

8,486 

 7,235 

17% 

 48,973 

 32,961 

49% 

 Jetta SportWagen      
 (now Golf  SportWagen)

          N/A 

62 

N/A 

 Total Jetta

8,486 

 7,239 

17% 

 48,973 

 33,023 

48% 

 Beetle Coupe

579 

 829 

-30% 

 4,485 

 5,206 

-14% 

 Beetle  Convertible

1,107 

 299 

270% 

 4,913 

 2,761 

78% 

 Total Beetle

1,686 

 1,128 

50% 

 9,398 

 7,967 

18% 

 Passat

797 

 3,793 

-79% 

 11,456 

 22,356 

-49% 

 CC

 31 

-84% 

 38 

 294 

-87% 

 Arteon

275  N/A  N/A  598  N/A  N/A 

 Tiguan Limited

128 

 1,561 

-92% 

 322 

 9,293 

-97% 

 Tiguan

 9,250 

 7,788 

19% 

 57,009 

 46,102 

24% 

 Total Tiguan

9,378 

9,349 

0% 

57,331 

55,395 

3% 

 Touareg

 18 

 150 

-88% 

 130 

 1,448 

-91% 

 Atlas

 7,424 

 3,699 

100% 

 37,726 

 28,158 

34% 

 Total Car

14,905 

15,743 

-5% 

89,421 

87,897 

1.7% 

 Total SUV

16,820 

13,198 

27% 

95,187 

85,001 

12% 

 TOTAL 

31,725 

28,941 

10% 

184,608 

172,898 

6.8% 

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