NEW YORK – Riding a streak of 15 consecutive months of sales increases, Volvo Cars of North America is forecasting an overall 9% gain to 73,000 vehicles in 2012. VCNA sales rose 6% in first-quarter 2012, after the auto maker posted its best March in four years with 2,599 units. Volvo's record year in the U.S. was 2004 when the Swedish importer delivered 137,067 units, but VCNA CEO and President John Maloney doesn’t see volume returning to record levels any time ...

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