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AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Aug. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Volkswagen of America, Inc.
reported sales of 25,560 for the month of July compared to last year's sales
of 25,674.
The July figure represents the third-best sales month this year for the
German automaker in the U.S. and a marked jump from its June 2004 figure of
22,692.
Sales of Volkswagen's advanced diesel equipped models continued to trend
upward for the year. Volkswagen sold 2,529 this past July as compared to July
of 2003 when it sold 2,277 TDIs, representing an 11 percent increase. For the
year, Volkswagen's total diesel sales are up 17.4 percent.


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                               JULY, 2004 SALES


    VW-US Snapshot                                         YEAR-TO-DATE

                       Jul-04   Jul-03  Yr/Yr %  Jul-04 YTD Jul-03 YTD Yr/Yr %
                       Actual   Actual  change     Actual     Actual    change

    New Beetle - Coupe  2,761    2,733    1.0%     12,195     18,762    -35.0%
        -  Convertible  1,800    2,096  -14.1%     14,616     15,183     -3.7%
         Total New
          Beetle        4,561    4,829   -5.5%     26,811     33,945    -21.0%
    Jetta Sdn           8,615    8,480    1.6%     49,654     60,499    -17.9%
          Wgn             778    1,150  -32.3%      4,993      7,747    -35.5%
         Total Jetta    9,393    9,630   -2.5%     54,647     68,246    -19.9%
    Cabrio                  -        1 -100.0%          1         39    -97.4%
    Golf/GTI/R32        2,589    3,021  -14.3%     14,481     17,151    -15.6%
    Passat Sdn          4,928    4,856    1.5%     30,998     35,875    -13.6%
           Wgn          1,234    1,586  -22.2%      8,154     11,072    -26.4%
         Total Passat   6,162    6,442   -4.3%     39,152     46,947    -16.6%
    Phaeton                90        -    N/A         939         20   4595.0%
    Touareg             2,762    1,289  114.3%     15,698      1,669    840.6%
    T4                      3      462  -99.4%        205      3,615    -94.3%
         TOTAL         25,560   25,674   -0.4%    151,934    171,632    -11.5%
 

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The Eurovan has it's own quirky old school appeal, but it's definately outdated and outclassed by other minivans.

Too bad they cancelled the production version of the ultra cool Micro Bus. That would've been their next hot model since the new Beetle. I'm sure they could sell it for what ever it's worth -- I'd pay $30,000+ for a cool minivan.
 

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Man.....they cancelled that? That's a bummer. We were thinking of replacing our Dodge Caravan with that. :???:
 

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aowhaus said:
The Eurovan has it's own quirky old school appeal, but it's definately outdated and outclassed by other minivans.

Too bad they cancelled the production version of the ultra cool Micro Bus. That would've been their next hot model since the new Beetle. I'm sure they could sell it for what ever it's worth -- I'd pay $30,000+ for a cool minivan.
Outdated, but hardly outclassed!
 

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I don't know, my boss has one, and while its nice, I would say its easily out classed by the current minivans on the market.

If you a die hard VW nut, than enjoy, but open your eyes to whats available.

-Nick
 
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