Volvo XCs are the most popular vehicles in Sweden, and a new survey from Auto Express suggests that the XC70X is now at the top of the list.
Auto Express polled Volvo owners in the U.K. about their purchases of the XCs and found that in 2014, they spent more than 1.2 billion dollars in the United Kingdom.
The XC50X and XC60X are the two other most popular models in the survey.
The Volvo X50 and X60 are also popular with the U and Europe, and the X60 XC and XX50 XC are also on the charts.
The survey also found that the majority of owners are using their XCs as a daily driver, and they also report that they enjoy driving the cars.
The XC 60X is the most common XC model with 4.6 million XC owners, followed by the X70X, the X90, and XD.
The latter two are the top-selling XC models in Sweden.
The study also found a higher percentage of XC buyers in Europe than in the UK, with over two-thirds of XCs being sold in the EU.
The Volvo X70, which was first released in 2014 and has since been redesigned, is also a popular model, with around 2.5 million owners and a market share of 7.2 percent.
The market share for the XD model has declined to just under 1 percent, but the X50X has seen its market share increase from just over 1 percent in 2014 to nearly 2 percent in 2017.
The car has also enjoyed a strong performance improvement from the previous model, the Volvo XD, which is now almost two years old.
In addition to the Volvo, the survey found that XC sales are growing strongly in the Middle East, with a 10.2-percent growth in sales to Egypt, while a 20.7-percent rise in sales in Morocco.
The report also found strong growth in China, with sales increasing by 15.4 percent in China and a nearly 20-percent increase in sales overall.
In total, the sales of the Volvo and XCs in Sweden have grown by over 20 percent each year since 2012.
Volvo’s XC division, which sold over 50,000 XCs worldwide in 2016, is now valued at about $6.5 billion.
Volvo is also building a new XC line, the S60X, with the goal of selling 500,000 units a year.