SEAT post record profits | Industry - Car News Nov 2018


11:43 Tuesday 13 Nov 2018

SEAT remain on course for a record year, with sales currently up by 13.7% compared to 2017.

So far in 2018, SEAT have sold 449,000 vehicles globally compared to 395,100 in the same period last year, the strongest sales performance ever recorded by the brand and barring a spectacular sales slump in the next two months means this year will be their best ever.

The UK market has seen 54,700 SEATs sold so far this year, up by 13.1%.

Profit figures reflect SEATs bumper year. Operation profit is up by more than half, to a record 237 million euros.


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