The 1992+ model has 25%+ stronger side impact protection ( SIPS) Also, taller gearing than the 93-95, has limited slip rear end, a bullet proof Toyota truck automatic, very comfortable seat, lot's a little safety features like knee bolsters, charged seat belts, light on doors, anti loc/air bag, hydraulic engine that detaches and goes under car, massive roof strength etc! The motors are bullet proof too! Top grade paint job! Weakness: air conditioning marginal, must maintain as spec'd-find a volvo expert! 92 740/940 with AT is 18 & 26mpg which ain't bad! 93-95, 17 & 24-411 rear ends vs 373 in 92! Upscale, well built reliable and was $25K new back then! Best older used rig on market -period!
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This car is now 12 (almost 13) years old
and people still comment on how nice it
looks, and are suprised to hear that it
is a '92 (they think it is newer). It is
white with black trim and although I
have retouched about a dozen very small
dings in the paint, the overall finish
is excellent. I bought this used Volvo
in '99, with 86,000 miles, and it now
has 140,000 and still runs great. I take
it in for regular maintenance, which is
costly, but the car has great
pickup-and-go when needed and allows me
to feel as safe as one can feel in a car.
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