In March 1930, Volvo introduced its first 7-seaters, purpose-built taxicabs. These cars, designated TR671-679, differed primarily from the PV651 to PV655 due to their longer wheelbases and fittings.
The TR671-674 were based on the PV650-652 cars, while the TR675-679 were closely related to the PV653-655 cars.
With the exception of the TR676 (which had a taller body), these cars generally looked like the standard models apart from the fact that they were longer.
In addition to the complete cars delivered by Volvo, chassis suitable for special bodies were offered.
Variants: TR 671 (TRS = City cab with glass division), TR 672 (TRL = Provincial cab without glass division), TR 673 (with glass division), TR 674 (without glass division), TR 675 Chassis, TR 676 (City cab with glass division, high roof), TR 677 Chassis, TR 678 (Provincial cab with glass division, low roof), TR 679 (Provincial cab without glass division, low roof)
Produced: 1930 - 1935
Body: Taxicab, ambulance or chassis intended for special bodies.
Engine: In-line 6-cyl side valves; 3,010 cc; 76.2x110 mm; 55 bhp at 3,000 rpm or 3,266 cc, 79.4x110 mm; 65hp at 3,200 rpm.
Transmission: 3-speed manual, floor mounted lever.
Brakes: Hydraulic on all wheels.
Dimensions: Wheelbase 3,100 or 3,250 mm.
European model specs shown.