TAIPEI – Volvo Car says it expects to be selling 5,000 vehicles per year in Taiwan within two years. The auto maker has seen its sales soar 56% so far this year, following a 32% rise in 2003. Volvo delivered 1,200 vehicles in Taiwan in 2002 and 1,500 in 2003. So far this year, it has sold 2,000 cars. As a result, Volvo is now the third leading seller of European luxury cars. Volvo's most popular models are the XC90 cross/utility vehicle and XC70 wagon.
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