Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and European sales figures for the Volvo C30. he Volvo 30-Series is a discontinued line of compact cars that was produced by Volvo Cars from 2006 to 2013. It was available as a hatchback (Volvo C30) and a sedan (Volvo S40 and Volvo V50).
The 30-Series was based on the Ford C1 platform, which was also used by the Ford Focus and Mazda 3. It was powered by a variety of four-cylinder engines, including gasoline, diesel, and hybrid engines. The 30-Series was known for its stylish design, comfortable ride, and safety features. It was also one of the first cars to offer a pedestrian airbag. The 30-Series was discontinued in 2013 when Volvo decided to focus on its SUV lineup. However, the C30 nameplate was revived in 2017 as a performance-oriented hatchback.