Sales of new passenger cars in the Czech Republic in the first three quarters of 2018 dropped by eight percent year-on-year to 191,110, according to figures released by the Car Importers Association on Thursday.
The month of September saw a rise by 8.5 percent to 15.770 sold cars. The biggest seller in the period was Škoda with over 64,656 cars, followed by Volkswagen and Hyundai.
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