Jan 3, 2017
Sweden's best-selling car 'not a Volvo'
Instead the Volkswagen Golf topped sales, according to the country's carmakers association. The Golf made up 5.9% of new cars bought in the country. Volvo had a 5.7% slice of the sales, spread across three models. The last time Volvo was not in the top spot was 1962, when a Volkswagen Beetle topped the list. It still has the largest share of the country's overall car market, with more than one in five cars on Sweden's roads, compared with Volkswagen's 15.7%. The association said 2016 saw record car sales with 372,000 new registrations, up by 8% on the 2015 figure.
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