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1994 volvo 960 Sedan Gas Mileage
1994 volvo 960 Level II 4dr Sedan, 4-speed automatic, regular unleaded 18 combined MPG 15 city MPG/23 highway MPG
The used 1994 Volvo 960 Sedan is offered in the following styles: Level II 4dr Sedan, and 4dr Sedan. Pre-owned 960 Sedan models are available with a 0-liter gas engine, with output up to 201 hp, depending on engine type. The used 1994 960 Sedan comes with rear wheel drive. Available transmissions include: 4-speed automatic.
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Vehicle Level II 4dr Sedan
Review ah, my beloved 960. 240,000 and going strong. I drive 60 miles round trip daily, but this car makes it a comfortable, enjoyable, experience. the power is a little subdued in the city, but more prominent during highway driving. unfortunately, I had to replace the transmission at 215,000, not to the fault of the transmission- but the radiator. the transmission is cooled by the radiator and the internal cooler allowed coolant to slowly make its way into the transmission, and by the time i caught it, all hope was pretty much lost. I was able to replace it for a reasonable price (also played it safe and installed an external cooler.) the seats in this car are absolutely superb, supportive in more ways than one. the sound system is pretty decent for a car from 1994. the heater will make you sweat in a matter of a few minutes, but the a/c has always been problematic, and chances are if you're looking at one, the a/c isn't functional. typically the freon leaks out of the evaporator core (which is housed inside the dash and requires the dash to be pulled in order to change it- not a smart idea with all the brittle volvo plastic) not worth replacing at this point. of course it's had its fair share of repairs, and im going to list them all here: SRS clock spring, carrier bearing, front sway bar bushings, mass airflow sensor, ect sensor, throttle position sensor, in-tank fuel pump, shift linkage bushings, PNP switch, new transmission, radiator, and power antenna. this car still starts right up every day and gets me where I need to go, and I love the looks I get from nostalgic volvo drivers. if you're looking for an old, reliable volvo, you've found the one