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1990 Volvo 240 Dl Wagon 5 Speed No Reserve No Rust on 2040-cars

Year:1990 Mileage:202100 Color: Burgundy /
 Black
Location:

Silver Spring, Maryland, United States

Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Transmission:Manual
Engine:4 cylinder
Body Type:Wagon
Vehicle Title:Clear
VIN: yv1ax8855k1841690 Year: 1990
Exterior Color: Burgundy
Make: Volvo
Interior Color: Black
Model: 240
Number of Cylinders: 4
Trim: DL
Drive Type: RWD
Mileage: 202,100
Options: CD Player
Sub Model: DL
Power Options: Air Conditioning
Condition: UsedA vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections.Seller Notes:"The odometer is not working."

I am an Ebay member since 2003

1990 Volvo 240 Wagon
5 speed stick
No rust
Runs great

I am offering a good running 240 wagon with no reserve. The top bidder will get this car. The clutch is strong and the motor runs smooth. The front tires are recent. It has a CD player. I have a clear title for the car. The speedometer works but the odometer does not. 240 wagons with a 5 speed are rare. You will like this car.

I am located between Baltimore and Washington DC in Silver Spring, Md 20906 .   I am an agent for this sale there is a $200 buyers fee added to the winning bid.
 

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Thu, 07 Mar 2013 17:44:00 EST

Anyone who pedals a bicycle knows that one of the biggest dangers to riders is a motorized vehicle - Volvo estimates that nearly 50 percent of all cyclists killed in European traffic have collided with a car. In the United States alone, 618 riders lost their lives in bicycle/motor vehicle crashes in 2010, and the number of injuries surpassed 52,000.
To help drop those numbers, Volvo has just announced Cyclist Detection with full auto brake - a technology that detects and automatically applies a vehicle's brakes when a cyclist swerves in front of a moving car. The basic components of the system include a radar unit integrated into the front grille, a camera fitted in front of the interior rear-view mirror and a central control unit. The radar is tasked with seeing obstacles in front of the vehicle and calculating distance, while the camera is responsible to determine what the object is. The central control unit, with rapid processing capabilities, monitors and evaluates the situation.
The technology, which will be sold bundled with its Pedestrian Detection and called Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection, will automatically apply full braking when both the radar and camera confirm a pedestrian or cyclist are in the immediate path of the vehicle. According to the automaker, the technology will be offered on the Volvo V40, S60, V60, XC60, V70, XC70 and S80 models from mid-May in 2013.

Polestar looking to tune Volvo CUVs

Sun, 19 Oct 2014 13:30:00 EST

Volvo is getting serious about emerging from the fringes and into the mainstream of the luxury automobile market. But if it's going to challenge the Germans, it's going to need a performance line. And that's just what it's developing with Polestar.
Building on the motorsport partnership that has seen Polestar represent Volvo in the Scandinavian Touring Car Championship, World Touring Car Championship and V8 Supercars series, Polestar has been charged with developing road-going performance Volvos as well. It currently offers comprehensively tuned versions of the S60 and V60, as well as engine upgrades for other models, but the latest word has it that Polestar will turn its attention next to tuning Volvo crossovers like the XC60 and the new XC90, pictured above in top-spec R-Design trim.
Details on how Volvo would modify those models remain to be determined, but it wouldn't be much of a stretch to imagine the XC60 outfitted with similar enhancements to those offered on its sedan and wagon stablemates to mount a challenge to the Audi SQ5. As for the larger XC90, it seems Volvo is already squeezing as much out of its new 2.0-liter triple-charged inline-four as it can, but more aggressive handling, aero and brakes could stand to transform the flagship crossover in pursuit of performance utes like the Mercedes ML63 AMG and BMW X5 M, even if it couldn't quite match their impressive horsepower outputs.

Volvo PV444 turns 70

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Volvo has made all manner of vehicles over the course of its long history, including coupes, convertibles, hatchbacks, sedans, wagons and SUVs. But the vehicle that started it all was the PV444.
Or rather, we should say, the PV444 is what re-started it all. Because while it wasn't Volvo's first model, it was the first one it produced after the war. Monday, September 1, will mark 70 years since the PV444 first debuted at the Royal Tennis Hall in Stockholm pictured above, where the company received 148,437 visitors.
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