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September 2019: Volkswagen of America


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Volkswagen of America September 2019 Sales

 

Sept. 19

Sept. 18

Yr/Yr% 
change

Sept. 19 YTD

Sept. 18 YTD

Yr/Yr% 
change

 Golf

 396 

 499 

-21% 

4,674 

5,671 

-18% 

 GTI

 654 

 1,428 

-54% 

9,416 

13,301  -29% 

 Golf R

 436 

 227 

92% 

3,038 

3,120  -2.6% 

 e-Golf

 554 

14 

3857% 

3,596 

840  328% 

 Golf SportWagen

 877 

 1,165 

-25% 

8,289 

11,421  -27% 

 Total Golf Family

2,917  

 3,333  

-13% 

29,013  

34,353  -16% 

 Jetta Sedan

8,090 

10,630 

-24% 

74,741 

61,118  22% 

 Jetta SportWagen      
 (now Golf  SportWagen)

         N/A 

71 

N/A 

 Total Jetta

8,090  

 10,631  

-24% 

74,741  

61,189  22%

 Beetle Coupe

489 

 608 

-20% 

6,560 

7,385  -11% 

 Beetle  Convertible

719 

 391 

84% 

8,186 

4,765 

72% 

 Total Beetle

1,208  

999  

21% 

14,746  

12,150  21% 

 Passat

314 

 3,295 

-90%

12,970  33,527  -61% 

 CC

3  

 21 

-86% 

50 

409 

-88% 

 Arteon

304  N/A  N/A  1,483  N/A  N/A 

 Tiguan Limited

48 

 705 

-93%

378 

12,595  -97% 

 Tiguan

 7,991 

 7,213 

11% 

84,918 

67,232  26% 

 Total Tiguan

8,039 

7,918 

1.5% 

85,296  

79,827  

6.9%  

 Touareg

 67 

-88% 

151 

1,771 

-92% 

 Atlas

 6,064 

 4,291 

41% 

59,705 

43,002 

39% 

 Total Car

12,836  

18,279  

-30% 

133,033  

141,628  

-6.1%  

 Total SUV

14,111  

12,276  

15% 

145,152  

124,600  

16%  

 TOTAL 

26,947  

 30,555  

-12% 

278,155  

266,228  

4.5%  

 

About Volkswagen of America, Inc.

Founded in 1955, Volkswagen of America, Inc., an operating unit of Volkswagen Group of America, Inc. (VWoA) is headquartered in Herndon, Virginia. It is a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG, headquartered in Wolfsburg, Germany. VWoA’s operations in the U.S. include research and development, parts and vehicle processing, parts distribution centers, sales, marketing and service offices, financial service centers, and its manufacturing facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Volkswagen Group is one of the world's largest producers of passenger cars and Europe's largest automaker. VWoA sells the Atlas, Beetle, Beetle Convertible, e-Golf, Golf, Golf Alltrack, Golf GTI, Golf R, Golf SportWagen, Jetta, Passat, and Tiguan vehicles through more than 600 independent U.S. dealers. Visit Volkswagen of America online at www.vw.com or media.vw.com to learn more.

Notes: This press release and images are available at media.vw.com. Follow us @VWNews.

 

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Glad to see that VW sales in SUV category is going up while cars sales are tanking. At least something is working for them after Dieselgate.

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Do they still make the Passat?  What happened there?  They need the T-Roc here to replace the Beetle for a small product below the Tiguan.  VW basically has a 2 SUV lineup when Hyundai/Kia are up to 6-7.   

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12 hours ago, smk4565 said:

Do they still make the Passat?  What happened there?  They need the T-Roc here to replace the Beetle for a small product below the Tiguan.  VW basically has a 2 SUV lineup when Hyundai/Kia are up to 6-7.   

I really agree with this...

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4 minutes ago, Drew Dowdell said:

Big difference in size there. 

For sure, we could get by with the smaller car.  It just annoys me that Subarus up here go for MSRP.  CX5 is still in the running too if my SO warms up to the looks.  So we could end up with a CVT, DSG, or conventional automatic.  Sidetracked right now gutting/renovating main bathroom.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, frogger said:

For sure, we could get by with the smaller car.  It just annoys me that Subarus up here go for MSRP.  CX5 is still in the running too if my SO warms up to the looks.  So we could end up with a CVT, DSG, or conventional automatic.  Sidetracked right now gutting/renovating main bathroom.

 

 

In Canada, they're planning on selling the SportTrack longer than here in the US, so you might be able get a deal on it. 

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