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https://www.media.volvocars.com/us/en-us/corporate/sales-volumesI think they are selling very well but Volvo needs to sell a ton of them as they are building 5,000 per month
That looks pretty good, looks like the incentives have gone up (they are regional though?) though anyone who is just off the street can't get A-plan right? With the Costco deal it was combined with getting A-plan pricing (no elite bonus though I beleive), but the dealers were free to discount beyond that and combine with the incentives. That's how I put my deal together. 10% off MSRP, then $2k regional incentive+$3k Costco on R-design.
If the incentives are $4k for the average joe and he doesn't need Costco now that gets you pretty close to the $5k possible with Costco and northeast incentives from last month. Looks like the A-plan really saves you from needing to negotiate, ~9% off before incentives on say the S60 T6 RD.
Doesn't look like there is some new fire sale this month to me. You always have that risk with leases though, you sign and could miss out on some new fantastic deal next month, or it could go the other way...
Ahhh the first Bursting Blue S60's for the USA market finally starting to roll in! artywave:Well that's good then. I'm still surprised actually see 2020's on the lot reportedly before the US website even has them listed.
(Crest, Dallas - actually Plano - TX)
The new model bump for the S60 accounts for a lot of the jump in sales over 2018. This car will be hard pressed to match the previous car's best years - 2012 and 2013 but it's a different time in the market.It's definitely improved. I think sales will def trend even further up as word gets out. I did some research for perspective:
S60 YTD 2019: 8,430
3 series YTD 2019: 21,150
C class YTD 2019: 23,386
A4 YTD 2019 - 12,154
Every company has seen significant drops compared to YTD 2018 except Volvo.
Typical Volvo. this reminds of the motor trend comparison article where they couldn’t even follow simple instructions: