In 2003 ŠkodaAuto supplied a total of 449,758 customers worldwide with a Fabia, Octavia, or Superb. In spite of a tough global market and strong domestic competitive pressures, ŠkodaAuto has increased its sales by 1.0 per cent.
In 2003, the Fabia became the best-selling Škoda model with 260,988 units sold almost reaching the previous year’s level of 264,641. During the same year, the Octavia achieved record-breaking sales with 165,635 units, an increase of 1.0 per cent. The Superb recorded the highest sales increase (+37.2%) with 23,135 cars sold on the European market.
And Škoda revived an old tradition in December 2003 when the President of the Czech Republic took delivery of his new official car - a special Škoda Superb presidential limousine. The Superb is used not only by President Vaclav Klaus himself but also by a number of government ministers in the Czech Republic.
Total Superb sales for 2003 were 2,296 units, well ahead of initial plans. Available in three equipment specifications, Classic, Comfort and Elegance, the Superb is equipped to satisfy the high expectations of drivers in the upper-medium class. With prices ranging from £14,255 to £24,850, the Superb offers the exceptional value for money that savvy customers know Škoda is renowned for.
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