1990 - 1997


The Volvo 960 Wagon was introduced in the autumn of 1990 together with a number of new models for model year 1991. The Volvo 960 Wagon carried over the tradition of 6-cylinder wagon models in the Volvo program from the 760.

This new 960 Wagon was the natural choice for discerning customers who wanted a car offering a unique combination of comfort, safety, ergonomics, space and versatility, a combination much appreciated by drivers and passengers interested in activities like golf, sailing or hunting.

Model year 1995 saw the 960 Wagon undergo a comprehensive redesign. The face-lift to the front gave a fresh appearance. Under the skin, the chassis was almost completely new, and a 2.5 liter version of the 6-cylinder engine was added to the previous 3-liter.

Another important new feature for the Volvo 960 Wagon for 1995 was the introduction of the latest generation of advanced individual multi-link rear suspension, adding to comfort and road holding properties.

The end for the Volvo 960 Wagon came in model year 1997, when the replacement Volvo V90 was introduced.

Technical Specifications

Model: 960 Wagon
Produced: 1990 - 1997
Volume: 41,619
Body: 5-door wagon
Engine: 6-cylinder in-line DOHC unit, 2,473 cc or 2,922 cc.
Transmission: 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic.
Brakes: Hydraulic, all-round disc brakes.
Dimensions: Overall length 487 cm Wheelbase 277 cm.
 European model specs shown.