may be lacking in excitement, but what it doesn't lack is dedicated customers. And for many, the entry point into Swedish motoring has been the C30. Introduced in 2006, the C30 represents an interesting take on the premium hatchback and Volvo's entry-level model. Earlier this year, however, Volvo stopped selling the C30 in Europe, and has now confirmed its withdrawal from the North American market as well. The move comes as little surprise considering that the C30 has failed to sell in large numbers in the past few years.