Czech premium carmaker SkodaAuto on Friday reported a 64.97 per cent growth in sales of its vehicles at 3,009 units in March, 2011.
The company had sold 1,824 units in the corresponding period last year, SkodaAuto India said in a statement.
During January-March period, the company’s sales increased by 51.47 per cent to 8,346 units from 5,510 units in the year-ago period, it added.
“The results reflect the prominent presence of SkodaAuto in the Indian automobile market and acceptance of our value for money products in the country,” SkodaAuto India Board Member (Sales and Marketing) Mr Thomas Kuehl said. The company currently sells four models in India - Superb, Laura, Fabia and Yeti.
(Source from: businessline)