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1993 Volvo 240 Consumer Discussions

Does anyone have any experience with following recurrent problem with volvo 240 (1993): Arrow on temp gauge goes up and up and up temporarily and then returns to normal. According to mechanic, there...

How do I know when I need new shocks ? How do I know if I need them in front or back or both ? It sure bounces over the Boston streets. What's kind is best for the 240 ? 1993, - 100,000. miles...

the Volvo dealer. $5,000. My other car is a 1987 240 DL, which I will have long after the XC70 is gone. I have been assured by the service manager that the XC70 will last at least another 70K. That w...

Hi everyone, this is my 1st post here, and I'm happy to be aboard. I have a question(s)...I was recently looking at a 1993 volvo 240 wagon, automatic, w/164,000 miles, excellent condition, leather in...

We bought an '86 240 DL wagon with 87,000 miles on it in 1993. It now has 212,000, and shows no sign of weakness....

The 240 ran from 1975 till 1993!...

As an aside, Volvo's have never been cheap. But they are better values today. Case in point. The new S40 starts @ $25,000 with alot of standard equipment. The 1993 240, a car that was 18 yrs old at th...

Its also cheaper than the 1993 Volvo 240 was in real dollars....

not that great on these 850s. i know that the 240s were great, but the 740s were horrible. i was just wondering if i should expect to pay a lot to maintain the car. Also, i'm currently driving an ...

Sounds like Volvo is going to avoid going overboard with technology that can take the focus off the road. Thank God someone is listening. I test drove an A6 the other day, whose system is supposed t...
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