Volvo 940i Turbo-Intercooler

Fixed price

€ 10,500.-

Car-ID: OT0419
Model, Body type:
Sedan
Registration:
1990
Engine Power:
2,316 CCM (121 KW / 165 BHP)
Transmission:
Automatic
Color:
White
Doors:
4
Mileage:
85,700 km

Vehicle Description

The last rear-wheel drive Volvo with veteran status
– 165 hp from a 2.3 liter turbocharged in-line four cylinder engine
– Automatic transmission
– Read mileage of only 85,700 KM
– 3 owners
– Power sunroof, Volvo radio with power antenna, trailer hitch
– Good general condition
– Appraisal report (grade 2+) from 2021
– German registration, admission as historic vehicle + valid technical control (MoT) until 03/2023


As a subsidiary of SKF (Svenska Kullagerfabriken), the Volvo brand was born in 1924. The first series-produced Volvo left the factory halls near Gothenburg as early as 1927. Volvo produced ten more vehicle series until 1958, but it was not until the twelfth series that the brand achieved the international sales success it had been striving for. Known as the “humpback Volvo” with the type designation PV444 and its successor the PV544. In August 1990, the 900 series was introduced as a further development of the 700 series and completely replaced it in 1992. Many body parts of the predecessor series could also be taken over. Because of the good rust prevention, galvanized steel sheet, corrosion was not an issue. Under the hood of the 940, the then still Swedish automaker used the same inline four cylinders of the predecessor. The 940 sedan and all station wagon models retained the rear rigid axle, which accordingly, through track and camber consistency, provided a pleasant ride. Due to the extensive safety-technical elements, the 900 series received countless prizes and awards and set a monument for eternity for Volvo. Even high mileages in the six-digit range are still considered to be just “broken in” today.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Black
  • Part leather

Exterior Features

  • White

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