Today on TTAC a reader responded to my “hit piece” on the Chinese-made Volvo S90 by saying that I had “solidified his decision” to take advantage of a lease offer on the Chinese-made Volvo S90, thus enjoying his Chinese-made S90 for at least three years to come. When I heard that there was a great lease offer on the Chinese-made Volvo S90, I decided to go see if there was also a great lease offer on the Swedish-built Volvo V90.
Turns out that the Chinese metal is already being discounted. We’re about 60 days into the 2018 model year, mind you. If you want a real deal on a Chinese-made Volvo S90, you should wait until later in the year. The market will continue to adjust. Trust me on this.
Alright, let’s get the wheels of the time machine spinning and see what I wrote last week.
Speaking of Chinese cars, last week I told TTAC readers about a Romanian off-roader with a history that might prove instructive for Chinese manufacturers looking to make brand-name debuts in the United States. I also considered the strange creatures known as “wackers”.
As always, thanks for reading, even if you’re just reading about the Chinese-made Volvo S90!