Volkswagen's sales numbers for 2014 are in and the German automaker reports a 11.9% decrease in sales of the Chattanooga-built Passat compared to 2013.
The Passat totaled 8,257 vehicles delivered in December and 96,649 vehicles for the year.
Numbers for the Golf boasted an 8.9% increase, and Jetta models showed slight down tick at 1.8% less for 2014 than in 2013.
“In 2014 Volkswagen of America enhanced the lineup of German-engineered vehicles with an all-new, award-winning Golf family, a refreshed Jetta and most recently a refined Touareg,” said Mark McNabb, chief operating officer, Volkswagen of America in a news release. “As we kick off 2015, we are encouraged that the vehicles have been well received by both the automotive press and our dealers.”