Volvo 245

The Volvo 245 is the station wagon variant of the 200 series of the Swedish car manufacturer. The Volvo 245 was built over a period of - incredible today - 19 between 1974 and 1993. Overall, the station wagon variant produced more than one million cars. One of the first redesign of the Volvo 245 was subjected in 1978, with a modified grille, headlight surrounds this with chrome frame and a redesigned windshield trim. The engines of the station wagon were revised. For model year 1979, the first diesel engine in the Volvo 245 was introduced. The D24 had 82 hp and was bought by Volkswagen. In 1981, the Volvo 245 then got a turbo engine, which then made ‚Äč‚Äčremarkable 157 hp. Three years later, in 1984, followed the next facelift : The front of the Volvo 245 got the same cooler including bonnet like the Volvo 264 models. From 1990 245 airbags were available for the Volvo, 1991 and an ABS.