Production of the Volvo C70 quietly has ended at Volvo Car’s assembly plant in Uddevalla, Sweden, capping a 9-year run for the sporty convertible that never quite lived up to its mission as a halo car for the brand. The C70 was a volume disappointment for Volvo, with total production through the end of 2005 of 45,636 units. Of the total, Volvo says 43,336 were in customer hands as of Dec. 31. Volvo did not provide detail on the number of C70s built or sold in 2005. C70 never reached ...
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