Volvo has condensed their available model line in the U.S. to the five most popular models. As the popularity of vehicle body types is changing in the U.S., so are the available vehicles. The wagon and larger SUVs have become not nearly as popular as crossovers, mid-size sedans and practical small cars. This has inspired Volvo to cut their coupe and convertible model in the U.S., leaving three crossovers and two sedans, like the new Volvo S60 in Bellevue.
Volvo is refreshing or redesigning every vehicle available in the U.S. over the next couple of years. They are now considering bringing back a newly designed full wagon vehicle to be apart of this lineup, as it was the family wagon that originally made Volvo so popular in the ’80s.
The newly designed vehicle are getting Volvo plenty of automotive media attention and have caused prediction of higher sales and bigger chunk of the market share in America.
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