Thursday, 24 April 2014

!NEW! Opel Austria continues impressive success

  • Opel is by March 2014 as number two on the Austrian car market
  • Passenger car market share of 6.9 percent in the first quarter of 2014 - a clear improvement compared to the previous year
  • Opel is committed to growth and expansion of market position

Opel Austria announced this year for the third successful consecutive month. The brand with the flash has further expanded its passenger car market share in Austria compared to the previous month, reaching an increase of 0.9 percent (up from 6.6 percent in February 2014 to 7.5 percent in March 2014). This takes Opel clear the position of number two and continues his winning streak.

In the highly encouraging first quarter of 2014 Opel achieved so a passenger car market share of 6.9 per cent (an increase of 1.1 percent over the same period 2013).

Strong product portfolio convinces the customer

This positive result is due Opel mainly a product portfolio that is among the strongest in the company's history - especially the premium convertible Cascada (first place in the middle class of convertibles), the space saver Mokka (second place in the medium SUV segment ), the Individualization Champion ADAM and the premium model Insignia Sports Tourer encounter any love for Austrian customers. "We make the Opel Team Austria before it, as you can be very successful even in economically challenging times at competitive automotive market," reveals Mag. Alexander Struckl, Managing General Motors Austria GmbH, delighted. " Statistics Austria has it now for the third time in this year: Opel is clearly on course for success in Austria - and there's no end in sight. We set a clear growth and will continue to expand our market position continuously . "

Opel Europe feel the updraft

The Opel model offensive is not only in Austria very well, but also total at the European customer: In March 2014 Opel achieved in Europe at 6.7 percent, the highest share of the total vehicle market since June 2011.

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