Find or Sell Used Cars, Trucks, and SUVs in USA

1997 Volvo 850 T-5 Sedan 4-door 2.3l on 2040-cars

US $3,200.00
Year:1997 Mileage:148500
Location:

Barrington, New Hampshire, United States

Barrington, New Hampshire, United States

97 Volvo 850 T5. 148k mi. 2.3 L5 TURBO,

Auto, Pwr windows/locks, AC, leather, sunroof,

cruise, tilt, tape and CD. Just passed inspection

this month. Body is in great condition, usual

scrapes, ABSOLUTLY NO RUST OR ROT.

Runs and drives excellent. Recent oil & filter

change with all fluids topped off. New Bosch O2

sensors, air and fuel filters. Good smooth

brakes. TME Sweden stainless exhaust. Aside

from it being a slightly aged inside, you won't

find much wrong with it! GUARANTEED TO

PASS INSPECTION! DON'T BE SCARED OF

MILEAGE OR AGE! CAR HAS A LOT OF TIME

AND MILES LEFT IN IT!!!! JEFF@ 978-EIGHT

FIVE THREE-9309

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New Volvo ad remembers the joy of rear-facing jump seats

Mon, 19 May 2014 17:00:00 EST

With the rise in popularity of first the minivan and later the crossover as the default family vehicle, there have been about 20 years of children who have missed out on the joy of rear-facing jump seats in station wagons. It means kids today don't know the pleasure to be found in making faces or lewd gestures at other drivers while their parents can't see. Plus, they don't know the slightly nauseous feeling of watching the world pass by in reverse. However, a group of filmmakers look back with nostalgia at this increasingly uncommon automotive feature in a new ad for the 2015 Volvo V60.
As part of its sponsorship of the National Film Festival for Talented Youth, Volvo commissions a team each year to create an advertisement to be shown during the festival. This year's shows how the company's buyers have gone from riding in the back to driving the brand's cars. Scroll down to check out the charming ad, along with some wistful looks at classic Volvo wagons, before the jump seat is forgotten.

Volvo S80 nip/tuck spotted in China

Sun, 16 Dec 2012 16:03:00 EST

An early look at the new face of the Volvo S80 has made its way to the web. The Chinese site Auto Sina spotted a revised version of the country's S80L out in public and in plain view. Not too long ago, Doug Speck, the global head of marketing and sales for Volvo, said designers were working on a mild facelift for the S60 and S80, and while it is possible the Swedish manufacturer will roll out a different front fascia for the US market, the move seems unlikely.
The S80L seen here boats a tweaked grille and a Passat-inspired lower valance. New wheels and side-view mirrors also appear to be part of the update, as does a modified rear bumper and exhaust outlets. Volvo is set to debut the facelifed S80 next year, and while the manufacturer hasn't delivered an exact time frame, good money is on the vehicle showing up at the Detroit Auto Show in January or the Geneva Motor Show in March. Stay tuned for more information.

Apple announces CarPlay in-car iPhone interface

Mon, 03 Mar 2014 08:44:00 EST

Apple, maker of tech items like the iPhone, iPad and Mac line of computers, is extending its reach into the automotive market, making a fairly big announcement ahead of the Geneva Motor Show. No, it hasn't bought Tesla (yet). Instead, Apple has announced CarPlay, an all-new means of controlling an iPhone through your car.
Now, this doesn't strike us as some gimmicky thing. It's become increasingly common for automakers to take advantage of the high-speed data streams its customers enjoy on their smartphones in order to integrate navigation, traffic, audio and other infotainment items into a car's touchscreen interface. The Chevrolet Spark and Sonic are two prime examples of this move, using an iPhone's data stream for Siri integration and data for a third-party navigation app.
Owners will be able to plug in their iPhones to their cars via the USB port and gain control of a number of the device's functions, all through a car's touchscreen.