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Volvo 200 Series(1975 to 1993)

The Volvo 200 Series was introduced for the 1975 model year. The Volvo 200 Series was available in three body styles, each with its corresponding number in its badging (2 for coupe, 4 for sedan, 5 for station wagon), as well as engine cylinders (4 or 6). An example would be a 1977 Volvo 245, where the car named is a four cylinder station wagon. After the numbering system, Volvo included trim level letters to differentiate variants. This naming system was used until 1982, when examples were named 240 or 260. The 240 and 260 were available with four and six cylinder engines respectively, although 240 diesel variants were occasionally fitted with a six cylinder engine. Volvo's 262C luxury coupe was based on the 200 Series. Production of the Volvo 260 ended in 1983, but the 240 continued to be built until 1993.

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The Volvo 200 Series was introduced for the 1975 model year. The Volvo 200 Series was available in three body styles, each with its… Read more

The Volvo 200 Series was introduced for the 1975 model year. The Volvo 200 Series was available in three body styles, each with its corresponding number in its badging (2 for coupe, 4 for sedan, 5 for station wagon), as well as engine cylinders (4 or 6). An example would be a 1977 Volvo 245, where the car named is a four cylinder station wagon. After the numbering system, Volvo included trim level letters to differentiate variants. This naming system was used until 1982, when examples were named 240 or 260. The 240 and 260 were available with four and six cylinder engines respectively, although 240 diesel variants were occasionally fitted with a six cylinder engine. Volvo's 262C luxury coupe was based on the 200 Series. Production of the Volvo 260 ended in 1983, but the 240 continued to be built until 1993.

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