Volvo records an 8.8% increase in 11-month sales


THE Volvo announced sales increase by 8.8% for the first 11 months of 2021. A total of 634,257 cars were found on the roads and it is now one step ahead of the highest sales of recent years.

The Swedish company recorded retail sales of 52,793 units in November, down 20.7% from the same month last year. The results were significantly affected by the continuing shortages in supply, which had an impact on production and therefore on deliveries. The Recharge series is still the most popular, while last November, the deliveries of the new pure electric C40 Recharge started. In Europe, more than half of all new Volvos launched in November were Recharge models. In the same month, Recharge’s international share accounted for one-third of the company’s total sales.

Finally, in Europe, Volvo sales from the beginning of the year to November increased by 4, to 264,910 cars, boosted by increased demand for Recharge models. In November, the company sold 22,415 cars on the European continent.

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