The first annual Vincentric Best Fleet Value in CanadaTM awards were announced today, with Volvo receiving three nods in the premium wagon and crossover segments.
By developing several new high-tech safety solutions, Volvo Car Corporation is taking a major step toward its 2020 goal that nobody should be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo car.
Volvo Cars of Canada Corp. reported sales of 751 units in May, an increase of 5.9 percent over April 2012. The top sellers of the month were once again the XC60 premium crossover and S60 sport sedan, which sold 219 and 214 units respectively in May.
Volvo Cars of Canada Corp. will be moving to a new location this fall after 40 years at the Gordon Baker Road location. Currently under construction, the brand new facility is being built to epitomize Volvo's global Next Face program that is steadily being implemented in showrooms around the globe.
Marc Engelen has been appointed as President & CEO, Volvo Cars of Canada Corp., succeeding Jeff Pugliese. Pugliese will conclude his four year term as President & CEO of Volvo Cars of Canada, returning to Volvo Cars of North America to head up the commercial sales division as of July 1, 2012.
The Bromont CCI*** Three Day Event, The Todd Sandler Challenge, will welcome Volvo as its title sponsor for the international equestrian event taking place June 7 to 10, 2012, in Bromont, Quebec.
Volvo Car Corporation has chosen electronic equipment supplier Mitsubishi Electric Corporation as partner for the next-generation infotainment system for future Volvo cars.
Volvo Car Corporation recorded an EBIT of 1 636 MSEK in 2011. Sales improved by 20.3 %, to 449 255 units.
The Volvo XC60 now also becomes available in the exclusive Inscription version - designed around customers who want to add an extra luxurious, personal touch to the dynamic XC capability.The Inscription buyer can choose between four colours on the seats, fully upholstered in fine semi-aniline quality leather.The XC60 Inscription package also includes several other distinctive interior features and the possibility to spice up the curb appeal with additional options like the charcoal headliner, special effect paint and 20-inch wheels.
Ontario Provincial Police are partnering with Volvo of Oakville to offer a car seat installation clinic for area residents. The initiative will provide awareness of proper installation techniques and clarification of current laws.