The Volvo V40 is the station wagon version of the first-generation S40, a range of compact executive autos that Volvo Cars of Sweden launched in 1995. The S40 saloon was the V40’s stable mate in this iteration.
This wagon was replaced by the V50 estate in the next generation that came out in 2004, but not before the V40 received an accolade as the “Most Beautiful Estate Car in the World” in an award ceremony in Italy.
|Volvo : V40 Base Wagon 4-Door 2004 Volvo V40 Base Wagon 4-Door 1.9L|
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|Volvo : V40 Base Wagon 4-Door 2002 Volvo V40 Base Wagon 4-Door 1.9L|
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The V40 was the first car of Volvo to be introduced under the company’s British design director Peter Horbury. He was mainly responsible for the shift to the more stylish Volvo car designs from the traditional boxy style. The S40 series including the Volvo V40 wagon underwent some technical improvements in 2001. These enhancements included larger brake discs, improved engine management, revised rear suspension, new front suspension and steering, larger tires, and extra safety features.