Volvo 940

The 1990-built Volvo 940 models were virtually identical to the Volvo 960 models. In comparison, however, the Volvo 940 models possessed a scaled-standard equipment and were equipped only with four-cylinder engines. Unlike the 960s, however, the Volvo 940 was also available in a diesel variant. As is customary at the time in Sweden, the diesel engine was purchased by the Volkswagen Group. Also, the Volvo 940 was available in two body variants sedan and wagon, the Volvo 940 Estate represented the significantly more popular model. After a facelift in 1995, only the Volvo 940 Estate (945) was offered. The production was stopped in 1998 after over 670,000 copies of the Volvo 900 series were produced. The successor to the Volvo 940 was for the first time until today's current two-digit model designation S90 / V90 sedan and station wagon. You are looking for a bargain ? In this website you will find a huge selection of used cars at an affordable price.

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