LAS VEGAS – Audi of America Inc. will begin sales of its S4 Cabriolet in the U.S. in May, even as the convertible segment continues to tumble. The auto maker is confident the S4, as well as its convertible siblings A4 Cabriolet and TT Roadster, will do well this year and into the future. According to R.L. Polk & Co., sales of convertibles fell 2.3% in 2003, ending the year at 296,433 units. U.S. convertible sales peaked in 2001 at more than 310,000 units. (See related story: ...
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