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  1. Yikes. This is going to set back a few sales, but at least the demand is high. People will surely wait till production ramps up again.
  2. The Cadillac and Ram did a nice increase, but damn the Chevrolet and Fiat really fell down flat last month, especially Fiat with a 24% drop. Ouch.
  3. This sounds like good news to me. Sounds like one heck of an upgrade that will better the Volkswagen V6R brand.
  4. Now come on. I don't think the interior is that bad as in "horrendous nightmare" bad. I do however think it could certainly have used better design and refinement. Still, not too shabby.
  5. All I can say is good luck to Volvo if the rumors ring true. I hope all goes well. The vehicle does look slick, though.
  6. I guess they're just making sure to put the finishing touches on without leaving a blemish. Patience is a virtue. The Alfa Romeo 4C looks sweet, too.
  7. I, for one, am interested in Volvo cars and would consider buying one, though it competes with other options I'd buy instead. Still, I hope it does well with the new modification.
  8. Yeah, the exterior looks quite substandard. Don't get me wrong, it looks like an ok looking car and the interior is decent, but nothing I am particularly drooling over.
  9. Glad to hear the update about the Cascada. I mean if it's going to benefit their market, then they shouldn't have hesistated to bring it over.
  10. If Diesel isn't that great, then what is great? I mean compare it to others and it ranks pretty high.
  11. Yeah I agree. Like they say, bigger is better. People don't want to be caught up in a teeny tiny vehicle. So from a marketing standpoint, going smaller might hurt them in the long run.
  12. I really hope Volvo is not getting into more than they can bargain for. I mean I understand they want to build their car brand, but if they're going to raise the price for their cars that people have not been buying often enough, isn't that digging themselves a grave?
  13. Oh boy. The streets are going to get more and more populated with vehicles if the number of purchases are going up to 16.1 million. The competitors have certainly stepped up their game with the products, leading the way for more buys. I'll be adding to that rising number in a year or two, also.
  14. Intriguing news. This is certainly good for business. Plus the GT86 was a stunning car.
  15. Great news coming from the GM brand. I love how they are making the second and third row seats flexible and extendable and also adding more legrooom for the second row. Great decision on behalf of the SUVs.

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