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    Skoda Auto, commonly known as Skoda, is an automotive manufacturer based in the Czech Republic and owned by the Volkswagen Group. When you are behind the wheel of your vehicle, you need your Skoda lights to be in a proper working condition to avoid accidents, especially at night and in bad weather conditions such as fog, rain, or snow. When your Skoda lights are broken or malfunctioning, you should immediately replace them. To search for a trustworthy supplier could be tedious, so we invite you to visit CARiD where you will find all lights you may need from reliable manufacturers.

    We offer you a whole variety of Skoda lights that feature high-class quality and superior durability. The lights available at CARiD will fit your Skoda and provide proper driving safety. Designed using high-grade materials and advanced technologies, the products will provide the ultimate in function and reliability. Our affordable prices will be a pleasant surprise for you. So do not neglect your safety and get premium Skoda lights right now. If you have any questions, our online consultants and the operators of our call center are ready to help you.



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    Skoda Celebrates 33% Growth in First Quarter Sales
    Skoda Celebrates 33% Growth in First Quarter Sales

    The Czech automaker Skoda has announced that its global sales revenues have grown almost 33 percent to an impressive EUR2.7 billion during the first quarter of 2011.

    During the first three months of the year, the company has sold 217,124 vehicles, which is 21.4 percent more than in the last quarter of 2010. To meet the growing demand, Skoda increased production volumes by 28.4 percent to 174,970 units. The company’s operating profit grew 87 percent compared to the same period of last year.

    Encouraged by successful performance in the first quarter of the year, Skoda plans to double its global sales to 1.5 million vehicles by 2018.

    “The financial situation of the company has continued on its positive course during the first three months of 2011. Higher sales volumes, in particular of the Fabia, Yeti, and Superb models, have contributed significantly to this development,” stated the Skoda board member for Commercial Affairs, Winfried Krause.

    Earlier this spring, Skoda confirmed that they will introduce two new models in the nearest future. The first addition to the lineup, expected to debut later this year, will be a city car, followed by a new compact, which the company plans to launch in 2012.

    Skoda is one of the oldest auto manufacturers in the world, having been established in 1895. The Czech brand is now a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group with production facilities located in Europe and Asia. Skoda does not import vehicles to the United States, however many of the Skoda models have siblings in the Volkswagen’s U.S. lineup.