Skoda’s January deliveries drops 1.1 percent year-on-year to 102,600 cars

by SpeedLux
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Skoda Auto, the Czech unit of Volkswagen, stated on Thursday its worldwide deliveries fell 1.1 percent in January to 102,600 cars.

“The main reason behind this trend is the overall decline in the passenger car markets of China and Central Europe,” Skoda stated.

Deliveries in China fell 11.7 percent and central European deliveries dropped 11.6 percent, mostly because of a 19.7 percent drop on the Czech market.

It stated west European shipments increased 6.2 percent, led by Germany with an 8.1 percent boost, while Russia jumped 23 percent.

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