NEW YORK – Volvo Car Corp. denies recent news reports it plans to drop its XC90 cross/utility vehicle within the next few years. “The XC90 is far from being dead,” a spokesman says. “The future of the XC90 now looks even stronger than before.” Despite a 6% drop in XC90 sales so far this year, the CUV remains Volvo’s best-selling vehicle in North America and one of the highest-profit models for its U.S. dealers. The XC90 debuted in 2001. Since then, Volvo has sold 393,835 units ...
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