Volvo 940 Parts & Accessories

It was in the year 1990, when the Volvo 940 along with Volvo 960 model was introduced to the public. It had two versions, the ordinary 940 sedan and the 940 estate. This car was just essentially a cosmetic re-skinning of the Volvo 740 series, nevertheless, around 216, 884 Volvo 940 sedan and around 160, 181 Volvo 940 estate were sold by the end of its fifth year of production. This basically fresh Volvo 940 has a close resemblance to the Volvo 960 is equipped by a an option between several 4-cylinder petrol engines, with turbocharged units that receives an continuing market share augmentation, while others offer the alternative option of a 6-cylinder turbo-diesel.

To make the Volvo 940 even more valuable, it was loaded with outstanding new safety features such as the three-point inertia-reel seat belt together with an adjustable head restraint in the middle of the rear seat, precursory to a world's first! To add, an integrated child seat is built into the rear seat's middle armrest was made as an option in the autumn of 1992. And this brilliant safety effort exerted by the Volvo to the 940 model gained international awards and among it are the "Prince Michael Road Safety Award" and "Autocar & Motor" prize for the best safety features.

Some important technical facts you ought to know include the engine, transmission, brakes and dimensions of the Volvo 940. The Volvo 940 sedan is a 4-door while the Volvo 940 estate is a 5-door vehicle. The first one is a bit longer measuring at around 487 centimeters or around 191.7 inches for its overall length as compared to the 940 estate's overall length which is 481 centimeter or around 189.4 inches. Both have a wheelbase measurement of 277 centimeter or around 109 inches.

Both the 940 sedan and 940 estate are powered by a 4-cylinder in-line OHC unit, 1, 986 cc or around 121 cubic inches, 88.9 by 80 mm, or a 4-cylinder in-line OHC unit, 2, 316 cc that can be either with or without turbocharger, or a 6-cylinder in-line OHC unit, 2, 383 cc, turbo-diesel engines. Available transmissions for this car are a 4-speed manual with overdrive, a 5-speed manual, and a 4-speed automatic, and both have a standard brake of hydraulic, all round disc brakes.

Enjoying the service of the Volvo 940 model entails taking good care, maintaining and keeping it in same level of on- and off-road performance as when it was bought. Maintenance and repairs can be equated to Volvo 940 parts! Good catch vehicles like the Volvo 940 deserves quality and durably crafted 940 auto parts. And where else can you find the widest and biggest array of these high class 940 car parts but at Parts Train! Here at Parts Train, all your Volvo 940 needs are being offered.