NEW YORK — AB Volvo expects to sell 6,000 units of its new all-wheel-drive S60 sedan in its first full year. The car, which goes on sale this month, is made in Volvo’s Ghent, Belgium, plant. Volvo Cars of North America will receive two-thirds of worldwide output, says segment manager Jay A. Hamill, with the average price of US$36,500. The S60 AWD has an all-new electronically controlled differential that differs from the mechanically actuated AWD viscous coupling in the V70 Cross Country ...
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