NEW YORK – Dan Werbin, president of Volvo Cars of North America, says that despite slow growth this year, he is optimistic that his brand will reach a goal of 200,000 sales in North America by 2005. He forecasts Volvo will sell 140,000 cars this year in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, up about 4,000 units from 2001. Werbin expects the soon-to-be-introduced Cross Country 90 and the next-generation entry-level vehicles due in 2004 to help Volvo reach its goal. The XC90 will go on sale in ...
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