Volvo Car Corp. had a rough January, as sales tumbled an astonishing 65.2% compared with year-ago to a mere 2,910 units, according to Ward’s data, which is adjusted for 26 selling days vs. 25 in like-2007. Neither Volvo’s cars nor its cross/utility vehicles were spared from the carnage, with every model in both segments registering double-digit year-over-year declines. Even the XC90 fullsize CUV, typically one of Volvo’s strongest offerings, saw deliveries plummet 71.4% to 573 units. ...
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