The automaker sold 88,900 cars in the first two months of the year, a record number.
SEAT arrives in good shape at the Geneva Motor Show. The automaker's worldwide sales grew 12.8% in the first two months of the year compared to the same period in 2018, and reached a record 88,900 cars. This figure exceeds the record set in 2000 (80,000 units). In February, SEAT maintained strong sales growth with 44,500 vehicles, up 11.4% from the same month last year (39,900). This result represents a new record for the company, and exceeds the volume recorded in 2000 (43,300 cars).
Algeria, with 3500 sales in February for a total of 6600 in two months, remains the fourth largest market of the Spanish manufacturer behind Spain (18,700), Germany (16,600) and the United Kingdom (8100).