Just purchased the 2.5T sedan. After 306,000 miles on my '88 240. Love the get up and go, gas mileage, and solid feel. My husband has an '86 240 wagon which he will replace with a '96 (he believes in recycling). We are a true volvo family impressed by the reliability and safety factor. Besides the safety factor, the key selling point for us was Volvo's turning radius. That unfortunately has been replaced with a significantly inferior turning radius. Volvo whatever were you thinking????
Gas mileage, steering wheel controls, interior lighting, text message, gas mileage, exterior night approach lights.
Return turning radius to same as '88 models; close up gap between the driver's seat and the center console (difficult to retrieve dropped keys); seat warmers in all models; improve visibility between the seat & side bar (difficult to see when changing lanes; driver's seat doesn't raise high enough.
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