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Sweden: 1957-2009 Historical Data now available

The Volvo 940 was #1 in Sweden in the early nineties

Historical data for Sweden spanning the last 50 years has now been uploaded. Witness the most popular Volvos successively take leadership of the Swedish sales ranking: the Amazon, 140 Series and 200 Series up to the 70’s, the 740, 940 and 850 up to the mid 90’s and the V70 up to now.

Saab models appear to have been slightly less successful albeit doing extremely well over the years, notably the 96, 99, 900, 9000, 9-3 and 9-5. Swedish data before 1993 is not detailed so please do get in touch if you have additional information.

Click on ‘Read more’ below the Saab 96 pic for the direct link to these 13 new articles.

The Saab 96 was among Sweden’s best selling cars in the sixties

Sweden Historical Data:

Sweden 1957-1966: Volvo Amazon should lead sales

Sweden 1967-1974: Volvo 140 Series likely best seller

Sweden 1975-1983: Volvo 240 most popular, Saab launches 900

Sweden 1984-1990: Volvo 740 should be on top

Sweden 1991-1995: Volvo 940 and 850 fight it out

Sweden 1996-1997: Volvo V70 and V90 dominate

Sweden 1998-1999: Volvo V70 #1, Saab 9-5 and Volvo S80 up

Sweden 2000-2001: Volvo and Saab dominate at home

Sweden 2002-2003: Volvo V70 and Saab 9-5 dominate, Megane a hit

Sweden 2004-2005: Volvo V70 #1, V50 arrives

Sweden 2006-2007: Volvo V70 leads, Saab 9-5 and 9-3 shine

Sweden 2008: new Volvo V70 #1, Saab 9-5 and Volvo V50 on podium

Sweden 2009: Volvo V70 and V50 on top, Passat #3

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