Skoda cars are getting very popular in the Indian market. The company sold 6,023 cars in June 2022.
The auto industry has recovered quite well from the 2020 pandemic. The new sales figures for the Skoda cars are a great sign. Recently, Skoda India released its sales figures for the month of June 2022. According to the new figures, it sold 6,023 units last month itself. This is the company’s biggest-ever-yet monthly sales. This is a huge improvement (721 percent) over the same period last year. In 2021, the company sold just 734 units. Let’s take a close look at the best sales from Skoda India to date!
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Skoda India Best Sales Ever
The Czech car manufacturer has launched many new car models recently. This includes the all-new Kodiaq, new Slavia sedan, and a new Kushaq Monte Carlo SUV. Additionally, the company has launched more than 110 customer campaigns. As a result, Skoda India has already surpassed the sales for the entire 2021 period. This year, Skoda has sold 28,899 units in India so far (compared to the annual sales of 23,858 units last year). Skoda India is now the best top 10 auto brand in India. Additionally, Skoda Octavia sales have surpassed the 1 lakh unit mark.
“Both our INDIA 2.0 products have entered the market in an extremely challenging backdrop. A global pandemic, intermittent lockdowns, economic upheaval, geopolitical instability, and now a continued semiconductor shortage upsetting supply chain. So, it’s an incredible achievement for all of us ŠKODA AUTO India to continue breaking and setting new sales records. It’s the result of all-round work from all our teams. Not just in terms of the product, but in terms of customer satisfaction, a wider, deeper penetration of our all new customer touchpoints and a series of consumer-centric service campaigns. Also playing a big role are our dealer partners,” said Zac Hollis, Brand Director, ŠKODA AUTO India.
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India 2.0 Overcomes Pandemic Slump
Overall, Skoda India’s strategy is working very well. The company has successfully overcome the pandemic slump. In addition, it is smartly dealing with the semi-conductor shortage. The company has decided to backtrack its tech to meet the production deadlines. For example, it is planning to launch a new 8.0-inch touchscreen to all Kushaq and Slavia models that previously featured a 10-inch screen. This includes the recently launched Kushaq Monte Carlo. Once the semiconductor supplies improve, Skoda might revert to the 10-inch ‘Skoda Play’ touchscreen.