GOTHENBERG, Sweden – Volvo Car Corp. says initial response to its new XC90 SUV has been overwhelming. The company says it has enough pre-orders for the new model – which goes on sale in North America in October – to absorb the 6,600 units the auto maker has allocated for the U.S. and Canadian markets. Volvo expects to sell 6,000 XC90s in the U.S. and 600 in Canada during the months of November and December. Targets for calendar 2003 are 50,000 units globally with 70% of XC90’s volume ...
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