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Volvo Car Canada posts 57.7% growth in October

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Volvo Car Canada reported sales of 768 units in October 2017 compared to 487 sales in October 2016, representing an increase of 57.7%.

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his marks the twenty-fifth consecutive month of year-over-year sales growth for the brand.

Year to date, Volvo Canada has sold a total of 5701 vehicles in 2017 compared to 5215 vehicles sold year to date in 2016 representing an increase of 9.3%.

"We are very pleased with the October results; this month has shown that now more than ever Canadians are excited to join the Volvo Car brand," said Alexander Lvovich, Managing Director, Volvo Car Canada.

"The arrival of the all-new XC60 helped us achieve twenty-five months of year-over-year growth, and we are confident we will be celebrating a twenty-sixth straight month come the end of November."


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