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Volkswagen Group company, Skoda Auto registered a sales growth of 30 percent, compared to the previous year, selling 17,438 units in 2017, driven by the latest launch, the Kodiaq SUV, along with the launch of refreshed versions of its popular sedans launched in 2017. In India, the Skoda’s portfolio comprises of the recently introduced Rapid, Octavia, Superb and the recently introduced Kodiaq.


Source: Skoda Auto registered a sales growth of 30 percent, compared to the previous year




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I just hope some VAG exec doesn't decide to start building our uk spec cars in India, knowing the quality problems with other marques that were imported from there.

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