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Ford: Volvo Sales

Volvo Worldwide Sales

Model 2001 2000
S80 45.250 66.666
V70 90.799 79.313
Cross Country 40.182 16.141
C70 Cab 6.737 12.336
C70 Coupe 2.871 .
S60 106.079 20.191
S40 60.830 156.498
V40 67.369 .
Others 360 70.986
Total 420.477 422.131

Volvo U.S. Sales

Model 2001 2000 1999
S40 22.541 29.862 8.231
V40 3.307 5.772 3.757
S60 35.850 2.994

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S70 226 18.305 33.554
V70 14.833 25.052 31.066
V70 XC 24.305 6.890

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C70 4.223 5.303 6.503
S80 20.425 28.995 33.549
S90/V90 0 5 32
Total Volvo 125.710 123.178 116.692

Volvo North America With Sales Records 2000

ROCKLEIGH, N.J. - Volvo Cars of North America, Inc. closed the book on the 2000 calendar year with new sales records for the U.S. and North America, the company announced today. Car sales of 123,178 units helped establish a new record for the company in the U.S., besting the previous record of 116,692, set last year. The final tally for 2000 represented a 5.6 per cent increase over the 1999 total.

Across North America, the company posted a year-end total of 131,836 cars, a new sales record and a 5.3 per cent improvement over the 125,218 sales of 1999.

"We will look back on 2000 as a turning point," said Mark LaNeve, President and Chief Executive of Volvo Cars of North America. "The establishment of a new sales record was an important achievement, but far from our only success. The launch of the sporty S60, and the immediate popularity of this car, signals that the complete renewal of our product line is just what the market wants from Volvo. With the strength of S60, the compact S40 sedan and the runaway demand for the new Cross Country, we have a firm foundation for growth. 

Sales of the Cross Country were up nearly ten percent in 2000 with sales of 15,506 in '00 vs. 14,108 in '99." "Everyone in VCNA, and all of our retailer partners, have reason to be proud," said LaNeve. December sales were muffled by the snow storms that affected the central and eastern portions of the country as well as the slowdown felt in the economy in the last quarter. 

(Jan. 2, 2001)

Source: Ford Motor Company


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