Caption: Skoda Auto regional manager Petr Skutina and Skoda ambassador cyclist Simon van Velthoven
Skoda NZ wants to break the 1000 sales mark in 2015 and says the newly launched Fabia compact hatchback will account for at least 150 sales or 14% of total volume.
The mid-size Octavia range of lift-backs and wagons will account for 40% of its new car sales in 2015, leaving the other 46% of sales split across the Rapid space-back and lift-back variants, Yeti SUV, and Superb sedan and station wagon.
Skoda Auto’s regional manager for Australia and New Zealand Petr Skutina told AutoTalk last week at the Fabia media launch in Cambridge, that the brand is experiencing steady growth in New Zealand and the factory is keen to to see it become a volume player locally. Continue reading “Skoda NZ wants 1000 new car sales in 2015” »