SEAT set a new sales record in May, with their global deliveries going up by 15.5%, with a total of 49,200 cars sold. This figure surpasses the prior record established in 2000 (48,400 units). In the first five months of 2018, SEAT achieved a record volume as well. In this period, the carmaker delivered 238,500 vehicles worldwide, which is 18.5% more than from January to May of 2017 (201,300). In the UK, new car demand for SEAT models grew by an impressive 46.16% in May reaching 5,674 units, with year-to-date sales up 19.48% to 29,379. "Our May sales enable us to maintain our position as one of the fastest growing brands in Europe," said SEAT Vice-president for Sales and Marketing Wayne Griffiths. "We continue to grow at a faster rate than expected, especially thanks to the momentum provided by the new Arona, which has joined the sales success of the Ibiza, Leon and Ateca."
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