European car maker Volkswagen today reported a 10-fold increase in sales in India during January 2010 as compared to the same month last year.
A total of 5,601 units of premium hatchback Polo and premium sedan Vento were sold in the month of January alone, Volkswagen India said in a statement.
In January 2010, the company had sold just 383 units. "We are pleased to see the success story continue in the new year too.
We look forward to further strengthening the position of both our volume models in the coming months and ensure a good growth rate of or premium models in the market", Volkswagen Group Sales Director-Member of Board Neeraj Garg said. In India, Volkswagen offers premium sedan Jetta and Passat assembled at its Aurangabad plant. Besides, the car maker also retails, the New Beetle, SUV Touareg, Phaeton in the Indian market.