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VW has sold over 250 000 commercial vehicles in 2019 so far

2019-07-12 09:15

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  • Worldwide deliveries on level with previous year
  • 182 800 vehicle deliveries in Western Europe (+1.4%)
  • German domestic market stable with 68,100 vehicle deliveries (-0.3%)

Volkswagen Commercial (VWCV) has delivered 259 400 Transporter, Caddy, Amarok and Crafter models to customers all over the world from January until June this year.

This is exactly at the same high level of the previous year’s period. With 182 800 deliveries to customers in Western Europe, last year’s deliveries were exceeded in the most important regions by 1.4%.


The delivery volume in Western Europe was highly influenced by the core markets:

Germany: 68 100 vehicles (-0.3%) UK: 26 100 vehicles (+6.3%) Spain: 10 200 vehicles (+20.7%) France: 10 100 vehicles (+1.5%) Italy: 7200 vehicles (+9.6%)

In Eastern Europe, 23,900 vehicles were delivered to customers since the beginning of the year (+16.5%).

North and South America

The brand has delivered 4500 vehicles (+23.7%) to customers in Mexico (North American market) and 19 100 vehicles (-15.5%) to customers in South America.


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Since January, 11 700 vehicles were handed over to customers (+43.8%).

Asia-Pacific and Middle East

In the Asia-Pacific region 11 800 vehicles were handed over to customers (-11.0%); 5500 vehicles (-49.3%) in the Middle Eastern region.

Brand deliveries according to model ranges (January – June 2019):

T series: 103 300 vehicles (-3.5%) Caddy: 82 500 vehicles (-2.3%) Amarok: 37 200 vehicles (-9.2%) Crafter: 36 100 vehicles (+34.9%)

June 2019

In June, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles delivered 44,400 vehicles worldwide (-10.0%). This is due to the disproportionately high deliveries in June 2018 following the end of a temporary suspension of deliveries of T6 vehicles with passenger car registration.

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