ROCKPORT, ME — After an absence of two years, AB Volvo has a new all-wheel drive (AWD) sedan, the S60, which will go on sale in October. The launch of the S60 AWD again puts Volvo on the road to being the most direct competitor for Audi AG’s dominant marketplace position for AWD sedans and wagons. Jay A. Hamill, segment manager, says that Volvo expects to sell about 6,000 units in its first full year. But only about 1,000 units will be sold this year. Volvo Cars of North America will ...
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