Sales of Volvo vehicles jumped ahead 15.8 per cent for the first month of 2003 as Volvo retailers across Canada capitalized on the popularity of all-wheel-drive offerings during the snowy January period.
Sales of Volvo vehicles surged ahead again in May as strong retail demand for Volvo wagons and the new XC90 sport utility vehicle helped Volvo Cars of Canada Ltd. post a 12.3 per cent gain over the same month last year.
Strong sales in June helped Volvo Cars of Canada Ltd. post sales of 5,620 units for the first six months of 2003, a 12.5 per cent improvement over the 4,995 sold during the first half of 2002, the company announced today.
Sales of new Volvo vehicles continued substantially ahead of year-ago levels as Volvo Cars of Canada Ltd. reported sales of 841 units in August, a 13.0 per cent improvement over the same month of 2002.
TORONTO, Oct. 1, 2003 – Brisk retail traffic, competitive financing and the popularity of all-wheel drive combined to push total sales of new Volvo vehicles to 996 units for September, a 21.9 per cent improvement over the strong performance of September, 2002, Volvo Cars of Canada Ltd. announced today.
Strong retail activity and the popularity of all-wheel-drive models helped generate sales of 1,125 Volvo vehicles in March, an increase of 31.4 per cent over the 856 units sold in the same month of last year, Volvo Cars of Canada Ltd. announced today.
Sales of Volvo vehicles approached record territory in April as the popularity of all-wheel-drive helped push the month’s tally to 1,125 units, ahead 9.2 per cent from the 1,030 units sold in the same month last year.