The Volkswagen brand sold a total of 489,000 vehicles worldwide in July, which translates into a 3.3% decline compared to the same month last year, according to data published by the company.
Between January and July, the corporation accounted for a worldwide enrollment volume of 3.48 million units, 3.8% less than the same period of the previous year.
The company’s Sales Manager, Jürgen Stackmann, said that the challenges affecting the global automobile market “have not changed” and that Volkswagen is “gratifying” to maintain a “stable” position in a context of “contraction” of car sales, thanks, “especially”, to its range of SUVs.
By regions, Volkswagen enrolled 148,100 units in Europe in July, 8.8% less, and 1.07 million units so far this year, 5.3% less, while in North America its monthly deliveries fell 4.1%, with 48,200 units, but the accumulated increased 0.6%, with 329,500 units.
The sales of the German firm in South America stood at 42,900 units last July, 2.6% more, and 269,500 units in the accumulated year, 1.4% more, while in Asia-Pacific delivered 239,200 units In the seventh month, 0.9% more, and 1.74 million units since the beginning of 2019, 3.6% less.