Sales data for the UK for March 2007 is in. We knew from a previous news glimpse at global sales that the news wouldn’t be good – and it isn’t.
Saab sold 4,447 vehicles in the UK during March 2007, which was a 15.79% fall from the 5,281 vehicles sold during the same month in 2006.
So far in 2007, Saab have sold 6,675 vehicles, which represents a fall of 14.05% from the 7,766 vehicles sold Jan-Mar 2006.
Theories as to the cause of the 2007 sales fall in the UK are welcome in comments, especially from UK dealers that might be visiting today. Feel free to be as anonymous as you like.
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