U.S. sales of all-wheel-drive cars are forecast to decline 10% this year, to 119,000 from a record 131,024 units in 1987. However, sales are expected to rebound to at least 130,000 in 1989 as new entries, including version of Chrysler’s imported Colt Wagon and Eagle Talon coupe as well as a Pontiac 6000 STE variant. Added volume is forecast for BMW’s 325iX, that will include a 4-door sedan as well as the existing coupe, and the debut of Mercedes’ 4Matic system on several ...

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