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Monday, 23 May 2016
ŠKODA secures best ever April fleet sales with a record market share of 3.9% achieved for the month.
ŠKODA secures best ever April fleet sales
Record market share of 3.9% achieved for the month
New benchmarks also set in Q1 2016
ŠKODA UK has announced a record-breaking April, following another outstanding month for fleet sales. ŠKODA posted 1,770 fleet sales in April 2016 (up from 1,615 in the same month last year) and achieved an all-time high market share of 3.9% for the month.
This growth – driven in no small part by the arrival of award-winning fleet favourite, the all-new ŠKODA Superb – followed an exceptional first quarter. Between January and March, ŠKODA secured 4,477 fleet sales – an 8% increase on 2015.
The sales success coincides with a number of awards, with the Superb taking the Fleet News and Fleet Worldtitles for Best Upper Medium Car earlier this year, as the brand continues to grow its offering for corporate customers and small and medium-sized enterprises.
Henry Williams, Head of Fleet for ŠKODA UK, commented: “We’re thrilled to announce this has been the best ever April for ŠKODA UK’s fleet operation. Our outstanding models, coupled with our compelling financial offerings, make ŠKODA an obvious choice for fleet managers, large and small businesses, and user choosers – and our record sales are testament to that.”