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VW Re-enters Fleet Market

October 13, 2003

According to an interview with Patrick McFall, fleet sales manager on October 9, VW has re-entered the fleet market in the U.S.

The vehicles to be available for fleet sales will be the Passat, Jetta, and Beetle convertible. McFall noted that fleet incentives will be offered, varying by model and quantity. The Jetta and Beetle convertible are models built at VW’s Mexico factory, while the Passat comes from Emden, Germany. According to McFall, order-to-delivery times will be reasonable, since these vehicles are all in stock at VW’s port facilities around the country.

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