SEAT on target for sales record | Industry - Car News Nov 2019

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11:05 Wednesday 13 Nov 2019

SEAT are on course for a record-breaking year after a blistering October sales performance.

In total the Spanish brand sold 43,900 vehicles worldwide in October, 31.3% more than the same month in 2018.  Those record October figures mean a total of 498,700 new SEATs have been delivered in the first ten months of this year, a rise of 11.1%.  SUVs account for 43% of those deliveries.

The UK is a particularly lucrative market for SEAT, despite this country’s new car market suffering a slump.  SEAT has bucked that trend in 2019, increasing sales by almost 10%.


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