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									What Was the Volvo S90?

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Summary:
The Volvo S90 belongs to the range of rear wheel drive cars and vehicles
that were built by Volvo, the car manufacturer from Sweden. Going back to
Volvo history, the Volvo S90 was actually first introduced as the Volvo
960. This vehicle has become the replacement for the Volvo 760.


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The Volvo S90 belongs to the range of rear wheel drive cars and vehicles
that were built by Volvo, the car manufacturer from Sweden. This vehicle
was manufactured and built during the 1980s and the 1990s. Just like the
range of vehicles that it belonged to, the Volvo S90 were crafted and
created so as to tickle the interest and appeal of the American market.
By doing such, Volvo then was able to further expand its growing company
in the United States.

Going back to Volvo history, the Volvo S90 was actually first introduced
as the Volvo 960. This vehicle was first launched in the autumn of 1990.
This was done so because the company wanted the vehicle to be on the
streets come the following year. This vehicle has become the replacement
for the Volvo 760. The last two years that this vehicle was into
production and manufactured, it was called as the Volvo S90 or as the
Volvo V90. The production of this line of Volvo models was entirely
halted come the year 1998.

It has been said that the Volvo S90, when the vehicle model had been
called as such, only went through minor changes. These changes included
an altering and modification as per its switches, levers and center
console. There were also some additional features like additional
tweeters and pillars that surely added and enhanced the passenger
compartment. Because of these changes, the Volvo S90 later on sped
through the race to the top and grabbed the top spot of Volvo’s product
line up for the United States and North America.

The Volvo S90s that were marketed and sold in the United States came
equipped with an electronically controlled Asian AW automatic gearbox.
However, if you go to Europe, the Volvo S90s there during the beginning
of the model year 1995 held 2.5 liter engines that became available along
with the manual gearbox. This was called as the M90 and was considered to
be a strong design and a good source of power. Other standard features
that this vehicle held included power driver seats, passenger leather
seats, heated power outside rearview mirrors, and a power tilt glass sun
roof with one touch open and slide features. Given as options were heated
seats,an outside temperature gauge, an automatic locking differential, a
stereo/cassette and CD player, as well as a remote controlled compact
disc charger.

								
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