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My 2006 S40 AWD has been about average for repair issues. A window switch, oil pan sensor (Volvo extended warranty covered) and ignition switch and basic maintenance. Still on original brake pads at 67000. Oil filter replacenent is a PITA but only required every 7500 miles...I use synthetic oil as a precaution. I've had no problems with awd and I like the traction security it provides. Volvo parts are not cheap ... Read More
I have a 2006 Volvo s40 with no valet keys. I have the remotes, but no valet keys for either. I suppose the dealer has to make these (i didn't buy from the dealer). How much should I expect to pay to have these made? Thanks Joe
I've also had 1 Acura,7 VWs,1 Volvo...lots of Subis,Hondas,Toyotas,and even a Ford LTD and Galaxy, 2 Pontiacs,a Dodge Diplomat, a Chevy Kamback,a Protege,and...I must have left something out...currently we have a 2006 S40 and 2009 Prius. I've never had a car I didn't like at the time and most were "solid"...in pricing parts for the Volvo I've watched waranty items and service costs. I'd say VW and the Volvo would be ... Read More
So much depends on how well a car was cared for during the previous 8 years ownership. Most new car dealers don't handle these on their used lots thus no waranty. Consumer Reports does not have enough data on 2000-2001 to give a rating. Later models have done OK...mine's a 2006 and no real problems..But parts and major service for Volvos are high and can be more complicated than Japanese. A ... Read More
My Volvo is a 2006 T5 S40...the power seats are great ...some of the best out there. They are firm with good bolsters and a lumbar adjustment. You might think of the Civic as a lightweight S40. Both are very good cars. The Volvo weighs more, is more quiet, and feels more solid. Gas milage is 22+city /30+ highway when driven at the legal speeds. Since the seat is a major ... Read More
My 2006 Volvo S40 2.4i got a sport suspension? It get hard to tolerate jumps on highways and not talking about city drive. Could I make something other than got less air on my wheels to upgrade my suspension? All those Blistens and/or other shock absorbers brands could help me? Any suggestion??
Hi everyone, I am currently shopping for a car (no rush). I am pretty set into a certified pre-owned car to avoid the initial depreciation hit. I have looked at Acura, BMW and Audi. Recently I took the chance to look into Volvo S40 and I was surprised to see that my closest dealer has a few certified pre-owned 2006 models in the 30000 mile range that they are mark as ... Read More
I just picked up a 2006 S40 for my daughter, silver (metallic paint), automatic and leather with 30000 miles on it for $17500+++ There were four in town with about the same miles and specs, ie no roof, no premium etc. Two dealers would not take this deal and two would. We took the silver one. Asking prices ranged from $19000 to $20000. Nice car. Not an especially good deal, but ... Read More
> There is a plastic clip on the driver side window. In reading through the manual, it mentions this being a ticket holder or something like that. Can this be removed? This was a European delivery car so it may be something that is more standard on the European cars (I didn't notice it on the 2007 Volvo S40s). We have a 2007. The manual says that we have one but ... Read More
Well, I pulled the trigger and purchased the 2006 Volvo S40 T5 FWD. I was a little nervous about the squealing noise when going around corners, but it looked like it was due to low tire pressure. So now that I'm a proud owner of an S40, I have a few questions. 1. What gas should I use? The manual says 91 so I'm wondering if I really need to use ... Read More
I'm considering buying a 2006 Volvo S40 T5 FWD. I test drove it last night and one thing I noticed is the tires squeal with full acceleration from a stop. I had also test drove the AWD previously and didn't notice this being a problem. Is this just an issue you have to be careful of with the FWD Turbos or should I be concerned about this being a problem with ... Read More
I agree. Personal preference is the key. Practically speaking...save $10,000 and purchase a Fit or Yaris (preferably used.) Balancing emotional, practical, and financial requirements accounts for that great range of 4 wheeled contraptions in the market place. What do you REALLY want ? How much comfort can you live without (or with )? What can you spend on more than simple transportation ? How important are air filtration, Blue tooth, or ... Read More
Sorry, I don't know what is the right price. But let's start a new topic with more detail on the spec, and leave the TTL out since it is different for every state. 2007 S40 2.4i Base : $24,240 styling : $1675 (leather seat) Select pkg : $1823 Sport pkg : $875 Delivery : $745 ------------------------- Total MSRP : 29358 What should be a reasonable price (before TTL)? $23000? $22500? I ... Read More
i got an offer for a 2006 S40 volvo with select and climate package for $23,000 Any ideas if it's a good deal? Any dealership recommendations in the philadelphia or D.C area? thank you
I just got a new 2006 S40 for my wife. It comes with select package, leather and auto transmission. Color is blue. Final price is $22300+tax+fee which is about $7310 off the MSRP price. Got it from Mckevitt volvo at San Leandro CA. Is it a good deal? :)
cstudent: It will depend on the particular car. Initially, the manager told me that the clock had started when the car was put into service. However, and this was after I had agreed to purchase the car, he told me that he had checked, and the warranty had not started yet, it would go into effect as of the date of my purchase. He indicated that it hadn't been reported to ... Read More
Congratulations on the new wheels. Where are you located? Did you take advantage of the 0% financing Volvo is currently offering. It seems I can get the lower price (which includes $1,500 cash back) or the finance offer, but not both.
Are you sure about that? I also bought a demo, but they specifically told me that the clock started when it went it to service, and the Volvo warranty booklet also states that. If what you say is true, that would be huge! Did you get it writing or any way of proving that the warranty started when you bought it? I'd love to know because that would give me A ... Read More
I own a 2006 S40 T5...It can get over 30 MPG highway at average speeds. Around town it can be as low as 16 MPG. While I love my Volvo, most of the time, for the money and for what appears to be a first car I'd recommend the Honda Civic. My daughter's is great all around and the initial cost is much less as well as ownership costs being among ... Read More
What is the good price for 2006 Volvo S40 with 30000-35000 km milage? They all around $27.500-30.000 CAD. Is it a good price? How much gas this car will use per 50 km on the street(not highway) Does anyone know which dealler I should go in Toronto? Sorry for all those questions, I am new to this country, I dont know where to begin. Please someone help!
Hi, I am sooooooo happy I found this forum. I am from Russia, I live now in Canada for about 8 months, and was thinking about buying a car. I never drived before, so I don't know which car is good. Everybody suggesting to get a Civic, they say it's a good car and excellent on gas. I was thinking about Volvo S40(2006). How much oil will this car use per ... Read More
Hello dave, I am a potential prospector for a 93 940 s volvo, from an acquaintance, it has been park for a couple of months and he does not want to deal with the repairs. When asked what was wrong, virtually told me...runs for 2 min, then slips out of gear, not stalling, just not going. Stop/ Start restart normal but again in 3 more min. the same thing. I was ... Read More
Keep in mind you are buying a European car, not a japanese or American one. So, parts, esp parts for what is essentially a new model will only be available from a dealer. Repair costs for the S40 are actually average. Slightly higher than a Honda, much better than a Benz. Plus, the car is under warranty, so parts costs aren't going to be an issue for another 4 yrs, by ... Read More
I find a volvo S40 with 8,xxx miles for $20,000 plus tax and fees, very clean, but I heard from peoples said about how expensive to be repair and parts also only find from dealers, anyway, someone recommend me to this website and told me that better listen from you guys who's really own Volvo S40, pls give me some advise, thanks for all answers sarah h. :P
Greetings hatl22. I don't believe that Volvo is providing lease support on 2006 models any longer. If you really want to lease this car, you will probably have to do so through an independent bank. Use the $3,000 cash incentive that is currently available on leftover 2006 S40s to negotiate as low a selling price as possible and then have the dealer work up a lease payment for you. Unfortunately, I ... Read More
Car Man, I just moved to San Francisco and am looking to lease a 2006 S40 T5 with the following specifications: > Titanium Grey Metallic > Premium Package > Audio Package > Park Assist Front and Rear > 36-month lease > 12,000 miles/year MSRP on the Volvo website is $33,744. I am planning on putting $3,500 down, which gets me to a calculated payment of $469/month. Based on what I have ... Read More
Hello to all, I am interested in a Volvo in Minneapolis. There is a 2006 S40 T5 2WD for sale at a dealer in the area for $27,500. It is new (not a program return or anything), so I am hoping to work out a nice lease for around/under $300/mo. Is this unreasonable given that there aren't incentives or lease support for 2006s now? Or has there been a change? How ... Read More
Thanks for the additional information, alpinehills. For the month of August, I believe that Volvo eliminated its lease support on the 2006 S40. That means if you want to lease one you are going to have to do so through an independent bank instead of Volvo Finance. This isn't really a big deal because when Volvo's cash incentives are taken into account independent banks often are the best option to lease ... Read More
Hi lesvolvos40. Volvo is no longer providing lease support on 2006 S40 models, but it is providing $3,000 closeout dealer cash on it. Volvo is currently providing a $3,000 cash incentive on 2007 S40 2.4i and $4,500 on S40 T5 models that are leased through independent banks. I do not believe that it has cash incentives for these models when they are leased through Volvo Finance, but it does have a ... Read More
Well, I had to go out of state to do it, but I just put a down payment on the EXACT car I wanted (as if I had ordered it). I am a recent college grad, and needed the lowest monthly payments possible so I can start to build my bank account. So I did a 63 month lease. Here are the details... 2006 Volvo S40 2.4i, Automatic, Select Package, Climate ... Read More
I bought this S40 model in July. Short trips (around half or one hour) no problem. I am a salesperson so; sometime I have to be between 2-4 hours driving. I noted that every time I had to drive more than 2 hour without stop the car, my back pain begins. I changed long trip to my wife Ford Freestyle and my back does no suffer any pain after the trip. ... Read More
Hi alpinehills. Volvo Finance's current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2006 S40 T5 2WD with 15,000 miles per year are .00158 and 61%, respectively in most areas. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00158 and 51%. Volvo has cash incentives that are compatible with leases of this car through Volvo Finance in some regions, not they are ... Read More
lesvolvos40, I concur - it would be worth your trip to visit Bill Gray in Pittsburgh (a few hours away from Columbus). I put a deposit on an S40 T5 AWD with them. They have been a pleasure to deal with so far and blew away the best quotes I received from two other dealers. I have gone to Ohio myself to make a car purchase (BMW 3-series) in the past, ... Read More
Hi Jeff. Over the past several months Volvo's incentives have become quite regional. As a result, I really need to know what state you are in to give you an accurate picture of what this car's current incentives are like. For now I can tell you that Volvo Finance's current 36 month, 12,000 mile per year buy rate lease money factor and residual value for the 2006 Volvo S40 2.4i are ... Read More
lesvolvos40, I do not know if you can achieve that goal in Columbus, but I know Bill Gray Volvo in Pittsburgh has that very car sitting right on their showroom floor. I also think your goal of $300 a month is attainable under the right conditions. If I were you I would call Bill Gray Volvo and talk to their most tenured salesman. I cannot give you his name on this ... Read More
Greetings 25stjames. This car's lease program varies depending upon how long you lease for and how many miles per year you need to be able to drive. For now I will assume that you are interested in a 36 month lease with 15,000 miles per year. These are very common parameters. Let me know if you want something different. If you were to lease a 2006 Volvo S40 2.4i through Volvo ... Read More
Car_Man, I am in the market to get a 2006 or 2007 S40 (any model) for $300 a month or less. The only things I need are automatic and heated seats. It would seem based on previous posts that Volvo is offering some handsome incentives ($5,500 cash incentive on leases of 2007 S40 T5 AWD models that are leased through any bank other than Volvo Finance) which may make the T5 ... Read More
Edmunds TMV is showing around $28,300 for a 07 S40 2.4i autmatic, select and climate packages. Carsdirect is about $27,500. So the quote I got ($25,500) was really good and other dealers can't match it. The problem is they gave me really low on my trade in (2004 Honda element). The lowest I checked online is around $14,000 trade in value. They gave me $12,000 which is insulting!!! Not sure if ... Read More
I have a 2006 S40 T5 with 4200 miles on it which has developed a squeal from the rear brakes when backing up. Iíve had the car in twice (with a 3rd looming); and each time the pads were replaced, along with the rotors this last time in. The dealer canít seem to find the problem, and I've done some searching around online and have found that while not widespread, the ... Read More
From reading the board, i think that $4000 off MSRP isn't bad at all for a new 2007. That's about 13% off msrp. When i was shopping for '07 2.4i AT base, i was offerred 12% off MSRP. Seems like that's the going rate with these '07's. Do you know if the $4000 off contains a discount for using Volvo financing? And was the $4000 off a result of mentioning pricing ... Read More
Sorry, i guess my last message was misleading. I meant to say: "If i were you, i would call around to see what stock remains for '06s." In my recent search, I had mixed luck getting any price quotes over the phone; it varies by dealership. Some dealerships will quote an "internet price" by email or even over the phone, but many just want to get you into the showroom for ... Read More
That about 12.8% discount for '07...which is the same % off that what i was offered on a 2007 S40 2.4i in GA. Since these cars just came out, i'm not sure that you can expect any heavier discounts. Anyone else care to share? Deeper reductions are obviously in the 2006 models. I am actually holding out for the best deal on an '07 (since it is a big investment, like ... Read More
Hi sunvolvo. Volvo is currently providing a number of cash incentives on the 2006 S40 in your area. It has $2,000 bonus cash on it plus an additional $1,000 conquest / loyalty cash, plus an additional $1,250 lease cash. This all adds up to a total of $4,250 on leases of this car through Volvo Finance. This is before any sort of dealer discount. I am sure that most dealer will ... Read More
I'm as much pro S40 as anyone else on this forum is but I have to be honest. If you have the funds to plunk down 31-32 grand for a volvo......look at the BMW 3series. I was barely able to pay 21060 for my 2006 2.4i and darn happy I did I might add. It kind of gets me that I here some of you waggle around and ask I 32,000 ... Read More
I've been gone for a few weeks. Enjoying my new s40 too much! :-) So after talking to 5 dealerships around the Washington area, I ended up buying a 2006 S40 T5 FWD with the Premium and Climate packages in Barrents Blue on July 31st at 11PM. MSRP was $32,230. We started at the invoice price of $30,429 and after the two incentives ($2750, didn't qualify for the extra $500 Volvo ... Read More
Welcome to the menagerie of S40 nuts...In August of 2006 you'd be lucky to get that invoice...esp if you special order it from Ghent...why not a 2006 and get $5400 off MSRP. I asked the finance guy at the Volvo place what the diff was between my 2006 S40 2.4i and an identical 2007 model..he said "NO DEALS!" (which means no $5400 off MSRP like I got.) Do yourself a favor ... Read More
Hi i thought id like to help you guys out. Two months ago, i bought a brand new 2006 S40 t5 with premium package for 25,000 dollars. After everything, i also bought an extended warranty and ended up paying about 29.500 OTD with a extended warranty. The 25,000 dollar price was easily had, as i negotiated to that price after about three weeks of talking to different dealers. I was almost ... Read More
Just wondering if anyone has installed an IPOD or CD Changer with a 2006 Volvo S40 (or 2nd gen s40) using a hardwired FM Modulator. If so what was your experience like? Did you do it yourself? Did you have a place do it? I've found several forums where people have done it but it seems that success installation of an FM modulator to broadcast the sound to your radio (not ... Read More
All... I purchased a 2006 Volvo S40 today (Friday July 21st, 2006). Sticker was $29085 and I paid $23116 (plus TTL). I thought with a deal like this I can't pass it up. Always thought Volvo's were out of my league. I absolutely love the Bareant Blue...Excellent Handling, Very Stylish..and a reasonable price.
Thanks snead_c, but there's no reason to go to MSN when dobrovod can do that right here: 2006 Volvo S40: Compare. Dobrovod, that will take you to an S40 T5 AWD Compare page. Pick only the 3-Series to start (it defaults to the 325xi), and then click Compare Competing Vehicles. When you get to that page, you'll be able to add the Jetta. But meanwhile, I think you were looking for ... Read More
Any feedback on buying a New 2005 VS New 2006? Any problems with a 2005 that it should be avoided? Bellingham WA area dealer has a New (125 miles) 2005 S40 T5 AWD as follows- Audio package-S Climate Package Convenience Package Bi-Xenon Headlights Power Glass Sunroof Automatic T-tec upholstery - not leather It is passion red with Quartz beige interior. MSRP=$33,745 Dealer Invoice $31,574 Dealer is Asking for $27,950. Have not ... Read More
I just bought my brand new 2006 s40 2.4i with a 5-speed manual tranny on Memorial Day. Got a great deal on it, $19,989, at Dick Dyer Mercedes-Benz/Volvo in Columbia, South Carolina. The salespeople were very friendly and so far, I've been very pleased with my purchase. When I was shopping around for the best price, my dad called up a dealership in Georgia where he had purchased 2 Volvos in ... Read More
There was very little haggling. We found that every dealer was offering a different Volvo incentive. One dealership was $4K off, then another at$5K off. We left the $5K dealership to discuss further and they called us the next morning and said the incentives just changed and now the car was $6K off (6/7/06). But, they wanted me to roll over $2K on my trade so we shopped the same price ... Read More
I'm new to haggling, how'd you get all the way down there!? Did you make the offer, etc?
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hi chris could u give me this palm beach web address or phone number please,thank you
Hello, Just wanted to share my great purchasing experience and deal made at Fremont Volvo (SF Bay Area). We just purchased a new '06 S40 2.4i, flint gray, automatic, select package, sport package, and leather seats for $24K (MSRP $30K). We had two dealers offer us $6K off MSRP, but this dealership made the entire deal over the internet/phone AND gave me a great deal on my trade. Also, their internet ... Read More
Hello all, I just wanted to share the deal I just got with everyone for your information. I just leased a 2006 Volvo 2.4i with leather, the Select package and an automatic transmission for a total of $584 down and $353 per month including tax and gap insurance. This took place in West Palm Beach. The down payment was basically the first month's payment and the security deposit. Good luck to ... Read More
I'm glad that you enjoy this Forum so much, coast2coast. According to the latest information that I have seen, if you were to lease a 2006 Volvo S40 T5 FWD through Volvo Finance right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, its buy rate lease money factor and residual value should be .00125 and 49%, respectively in most areas. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of an '06 ... Read More
Hi mlink999. I only personally keep tabs on the lease programs that are being offered by manufacturers' captive finance companies. As a result, I can give you an idea of what Volvo Finance's current lease program for this car should be like, but I am not sure about Wells Fargo's program. If you were to lease a 2006 Volvo S40 T5 AWD through Volvo Finance right now for 48 months with ... Read More
I recently purchased a 2006 S40 awd and I am scheduled to have a Volvo OEM auto dim mirror installed on Monday May 1 by my Volvo dealer. I'll let you know what happens.
A local dealer has an '05 S40 for $30,000 with these features: AWD Premium package Dynamic trim pkg Auto Climate / Bixeon pkg metallic paint Invoice = $33,676 MSRP = $36,122 selling at $30,000 As this is a 2005 model, I'm trying to determine what a fair price is for the car. I offered $29,000 but the dealer said they have no room to budge. Also they have it priced below ... Read More
Hey sbvolvo. Let's use Volvo Finance's actual lease program to estimate what this car's monthly payment should be compared to the one that you were quoted. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2006 Volvo S40 T5 with an MSRP of $32,225 and a selling price of $26,807 through Volvo Finance right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, its zero down, pre-tax monthly payment should ... Read More
The 2006 s40 is a great car and I love driving it! But I am bugged by the wind noise at the tops of the driver & passenger windows. It sounds like the windows are not completely up. Volvo claims they cannot hear the noise, but I've had friends drive the car and they can hear it. Wondering if anyone else is having the same experience. Also, my brakes squeak when ... Read More
Hi sdiver68. Volvo's October lease program was scheduled to run through November 30th, so baring any unexpected program change if you were to lease a 2006 S40 T5 AWD through Volvo Finance right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, its buy rate lease money factor and residual value should be .00190 and 48%, respectively. The residual value for an otherwise identical lease with only 12,000 miles per year ... Read More
Thanks for the additional information, grecian713. OK, so you were quoted a selling price of around $26,900 on a 2006 Volvo S40 T5 that has a full MSRP of $31,700. That is one heck of a discount on a car that doesn't have a whole lot of profit margin baked into it. I suspect that the dealer that you are working with is running this car's lease through a bank other ... Read More
Ok... narrowed it down to this: I'm in the Twin Cities area and plan on making an offer tomorrow for: 2006 VOLVO S40 2.4i with: Blue Metallic Paint MC577 Select Package TMP086 5-Speed Automatic Transmission MC578 Sport Package MC580 Climate Package ------------------------------ MRSP 29,498 INVOICE 27,568 ----------------------------- I'm thinking of offering 26,500 as I know there are about $1500.00 in dealer incentives. Am I screwing myself?!??
Greetings batman702. Volvo's lease program on the 2006 S40 T5 is not very attractive right now. Volvo Finance's lease money factor for this car is currently .00275 for a 3 year lease, which is equivalent to an interest rate of around 6.6%. I would be happy to give you an idea of what your lease payment should be like using Volvo Finance's current lease program if you let me know what ... Read More
No problem Alex. You definitely will be able to lease this car for 2 years if you want. The reason why most manufacturers advertise 3 year leases instead of 2 year leases is that in most instances the monthly payments for 3 year leases are lower. This is because vehicles experience their highest rate of depreciation during the first year of ownership. With a 3 year lease consumers have an additional ... Read More
2005 S40 2.4M with Climate Package. final price after all discounts(no frieght, before tax): $19622+$78.50fees $2500 down $347X60 months 1. Did I get a good deal? 2. Is steering wheel audio-control the only change between base 2.4? 3. Why 2005 more than 200LBs less than the 2006?, according to the chart.(the buttons on the steering wheel? ) 4. Is 89 acceptable to this engine or I have to pay for 91 ... Read More
I tested a saab 9-2x linear( I was hoping I could catch the gm rebates but the good ones are gone or nothing was left) , Scion Xa, Jaguar X type and I knew I was all over the lines. the I went to the 1st Volvo dealer just to test drive with no expectation on the offer but they only have 2006 with $23500 to start with no negotiation policy. ... Read More
Hey fun4 and whoever just bought a Volvo S40 2.4i I got mine in Jersey, and I did a lot, and I mean a lot of shopping. I went all over the map, including NY, NJ, and PA. Overall, I found the service in NJ much better. I got my S40 2.4i, Select package, Automatic, Silver metallic, Climate control, and T Tec interior for $23,900 and that's after the $1500 incentive ... Read More
Yup, Volvo is trying to limit options on their cars starting this year. Mistral and Safari Green are gone. Brilliant Blue and Electric Silver are the new colors. Moonroof on the T5 is only available in the Premuim pkg.
I've heard recently about package streamlining on MY2006, and was curious what anyone else heard. Only details are about overseas delivery so far: MSRP would be about $2000 more than this "tourist" model 2006 V50 overseas and 2006 S40 What I've gathered: No more greens no select package on the T5's 2.4i Audio control in str. wheel - std. no more optional moonroof - select (2.4) or premium (T5 & AWD) ... Read More
I currently live in Minnesota where we have snow about 4-5 month of the year. I'm interested in either a 2005 or 2006 S40 and wondering if a FWD with the DSTC would be what all I need ? I guess the disadvantages of AWD is the lower gas mileage, price and heaver weight. Advantages would be safer in snow/ice for winter time. I previously own a 98 grand prix GT ... Read More
Hello all, just to start I'm new to these forums, so if thereís anything that I need to know about posting, feel free. I'm planning on buying a S40 in October of this year. (T5 AWD w/ Dynamic trim package, T-Tec, audio package, sunroof, DSTC) I'd like to do the overseas deal that Volvo currently has in place for 2005 models, valid through April of this year I think. Since I ... Read More
Thanks for the kind words, and thank for the info, but I have bought my two newer Volvos through the OSD (that I highly recommend, by the way) and am pretty sure that will continue doing just that - we have tentative plans to buy S40/V50 for my older daughter in 2006 and replace my S80 in 2008. The only question is - what is our route through the Europe going ... Read More
My wife and are seriously looking at both the Audi A4 1.8T Quattro and the Volvo S40 T5 AWD. We both agree that the Volvo is a lot more fun to drive, but the Audi is more luxurious and spacious. At this point we need some input/feelings with regards to residual value and long-term reliability for these two cars. Considering the S40 is redesigned, my question may be hard to ... Read More
The S60 is scheduled for a redesign in 2006 or 2007. Volvo has charge of the platform for that car. Meaning that there probably won't be as much sharing in this car as you might think. 6th beatle, WHAT????? The 5 cyl has been around for over 10 yrs w/ hundreds of thousands of engines built. Name me one new car that is cheap to fix. Even your precious honda and ... Read More
According to the Volvo Cars web site, the MSRP for the new 2004.5 S40 2.4i will be $24,190 and $26,990 for the S40 T5. The current S40 starts at $24,700 for the base model and $28,845 for the LSE model. With the model changeover, you might be able to get a pretty good deal on the existing S40, but IMHO, the 2004.5 S40 is 100 times better. Not sure of the ... Read More
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