Wednesday, 2 October 2013

!NEW! Opel strengthens market position

  • About 13 percent more new passenger car registrations in the same month of the previous year
  • With 7.8 percent highest market share for sixteen months 
  • Opel Meriva and Corsa segment leader, planned ADAM year registrations already almost reached

Autumn begins well for Opel: the Rüsselsheim manufacturer issued in September in a decline in the German car market above average. With more than 19,000 Opel cars 13.2 percent more vehicles were registered than in the same month last year. Opel increased so that its market share to 7.79 per cent. In the first nine months of the year, Opel was able to stabilize its market share of 7.1 percent.

For momentum did not only Opel ADAM who has achieved in his first seven months of sales with total sales of 16,492 vehicles, the annual sales target of 20,000 vehicles in Germany almost. Also Opel Meriva and Corsa assert themselves in the market and were able to fill in each case the top of its segment in September for the umpteenth time.

Matthias Seidl, Opel Executive Director Sales, Marketing and Aftersales Germany: "We are satisfied that we have achieved in a very volatile market, a solid result. Particularly pleasing it ran for ADAM with our dealers to attract many new customers. Add euphoria but we want to forfeit any means, as the market environment remains exciting. With our model offensive and first-class service, we make every effort to inspire more people for Opel. "

Further impetus to bring the new Opel Insignia. The design alternative in the middle class is since last Saturday at the dealer and can be ordered in the Hatchback body styles, Saloon and Sports Tourer. New engines for Insignia make the most fuel-efficient gasoline and diesel fuel-efficient mid-range. Brand new to the portfolio is the Insignia Country Tourer, the outdoor version of the Opel flagship. Especially ambitious customers can also order the sporty OPC variant immediately.

The Rüsselsheim company plans large-scale product offensive with 23 new models and 13 new engines by 2016.

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