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SEAT Ireland continues to grow its position as one of the fastest growing car brands in the Irish market with April sales increasing by a significant 17% year on year resulting in a market share of 3.6% for the month of April.
SEAT sales are up 8% year to date with a strong market share of 3.4% up from 2.9% same time last year. All of this is occurring in a car market which is down some 8.5% so far in 2019 meaning SEAT is continuing to outperform the Irish market.
SEAT has today announced details of its fantastic 192 offers, throughout its 24-strong dealer network, from May 13th to July 31st.
From cities with more bicycles than cars, with no traffic lights or parking spaces to streets that carry one motor vehicle every second, traffic lights equipped with 5G and mobile apps for finding a place to park. On the occasion of the centennial of Automobile Barcelona, we take a look back to see how urban mobility has changed radically over the past century.
SEAT Ireland has today announced outstanding sales results for the first quarter of 2019 cementing its position as one of the fastest growing car brands in the Irish market. Q1 has seen SEAT consistently outperform the Irish market which is down some 11% overall, by increasing its sales by 7% year on year resulting in a record market share of 3.34%.
An unprecedented result. In March, SEAT achieved its highest sales volume in an individual month in its nearly seven decades of history. The carmaker sold 62,500 vehicles, which is 3.5% more than in March of 2018 (60,400), which until now was the highest sales figure for a single month.
The March results helped close a record first quarter for SEAT. The company’s global sales went up by 8.8% compared to the first three months of 2018, and with 151,400 vehicles delivered, the figure broke last year’s first quarter record (139,200).Read more
Black and white images as opposed to ultra HD 4K video, faxes versus apps and vinyl LPs against mp3. Society has evolved tremendously in the past 50 years, but in what ways has the car industry changed? We take a look at some of the figures that give an idea of just how much:Read more