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Skoda Flies Sky High As It Claims 50% MoM Growth

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Skoda Auto India has published its monthly sales figures for February 2022. The company was happy to show a 50% growth in its month-to-month growth when compared to January 2022. The Czech automaker sold 4,503 units in February, while the closing sales in January 2022 were 3,009 units. Moreover, the company also saw a whopping 428% growth in YoY sales when compared to 853 units sold in February 2021. The automaker was happy to mention the high demand for Kushaq that played a major role in this achievement.

More about Skoda’s robust growth

Skoda has made its portfolio in India even more strong by introducing multiple new vehicles in the last year. The automaker added new models including the Kushaq, Kodiaq, Slavia, and new-gen Octavia. This helped the automaker cater to a wider range of customers and increase their sales. All the new models from Skoda got great acceptance from Indians and are selling like hotcakes in the market. The new Slavia will surely take Skoda’s sales numbers to another level. 

The Head of Skoda India was happy with the brand’s achievement and was excited to talk about their latest addition. “I am delighted with the positive momentum we are witnessing in 2022. Most importantly, this is not about merely selling more cars, it’s about having more happy customers and fans of Skoda Auto in India. This is the perfect platform for our newest family members, the Slavia 1.0 TSI and the Slavia 1.5 TSI sedans to arrive and drive us to even greater heights in the coming months.”– Zac Hollis, Brand Director, Skoda Auto India,

All-new Skoda Slavia 

Slavia was introduced in our market a few months back. However, we were still waiting for the manufacturer to announce the prices for the premium sedan. The Slavia is built on Volkswagen-Skoda partnership MQB A0 IN. Moreover, the Slavia features two different engines, a 1.0-litre TSI and a 1.5-litre TSI unit. The former comes at a base price of Rs. 10.69 lakh and goes north till Rs. 15.39 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). On the other hand, the 1.5-litre variant will be exclusive to high-end models. The manual variant comes at Rs. 16.19 lakh and the automatic version costs Rs. 17.79 lakh (ex-showroom).

FAQs

1. How many models does Skoda have in India?

Skoda’s Inda lineup consists of Slavia, Kushaq, Rapid, Octavia, Superb, and Kodiaq.

2. Where can I book the new Slavia?

You can book the Slavia from Skoda’s website or any Skoda dealership. 

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