DETROIT – Volkswagen of America Inc. says it expects overall U.S. sales for 2004 to end in the range of 300,000 units, on par with 2003’s 303,000. But the importer has several new models in the pipeline that should help it boost volumes in the coming years. VW expects sales of the Touareg SUV to boost overall U.S. results. This year, VWA is pinning hopes on its new Touareg SUV and Phaeton luxury sedan to provide positive sales momentum. Several of its volume models, including ...

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