RESTON, VA – Borrowing a pet phrase from President Bush, Volkswagen of America Inc. executives say the company will “stay the course” in the U.S. market during a rocky period that has staggered the nation’s one-time hottest brand. The auto maker’s flagging U.S. sales and quantifiable dip in quality scores, mixed with an incentives-happy market and aging bread-and-butter models, have dealt a body blow that sent VW sales plummeting earlier this year. VW Phaeton close to meeting U.S. ...
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