Getting tech spec for V70

Discussion in 'Volvo V70' started by Gerry McKenzie, Jan 3, 2004.

  1. I am trying to find out the Technical specification (BHP etc) of my
    Jan 1999 2.5 V70 Estate
    I believe there is a site that you can input data to get a result.
    I have looked on the Volvo UK site but could not find a connection or
    instruction
    I would be grateful for any help
    1 What is the Site
    2 What info is required
    3 Where is this info situated in the car
    Hoping you can be of service to me
    Gerry McKenzie

     
    Gerry McKenzie, Jan 3, 2004
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  2. Gerry McKenzie

    Bonnet Lock Guest

    In an earlier contribution to this discussion,

    If it's of any interest, I have a UK S/V70 Spec leaflet dated 9/99 - which
    may cover your car unless there were any significant changes during 1999.

    There seems to be quite a range of engine variants/power outputs - if you
    can identify your engine, I can tell you what the spec book says.

    To help you identify the engine, type your VIN number into the VIN checker
    at
    http://www.autobaza.pl/ab/en/web/homeaa0100

    The VIN number will be on your vehicle registration document - and also on a
    plate in front of the windscreen.
     
    Bonnet Lock, Jan 3, 2004
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  3. Gerry McKenzie

    Guest Guest

    Out of interest- could you look up the 2.5 10v 144bhp NA manual 'box S70
    please?

    Interested in 0-60, top end, and combined MPG if you dont mind.

    TIA

    Tim..
     
    Guest, Jan 3, 2004
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  4. Gerry McKenzie

    Peter Milnes Guest

    Try looking at the third page in. At the top left there is a drop down menu.
    expand this and you will find a heading to match your requirements. You may need
    to become a forum member to access the pages but if not you can read for free.

    Cheers, Peter.

    : I am trying to find out the Technical specification (BHP etc) of my
    : Jan 1999 2.5 V70 Estate
    : I believe there is a site that you can input data to get a result.
    : I have looked on the Volvo UK site but could not find a connection or
    : instruction
    : I would be grateful for any help
    : 1 What is the Site
    : 2 What info is required
    : 3 Where is this info situated in the car
    : Hoping you can be of service to me
    : Gerry McKenzie
    :
    :
     
    Peter Milnes, Jan 4, 2004
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  5. Stephen M. Henning, Jan 4, 2004
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  6. Gerry McKenzie

    Bonnet Lock Guest

    In an earlier contribution to this discussion,
    Tim (Remove NOSPAM. Registry corupted, reformated HD and lost alot of stuff

    Sorry, I can't find it. When was the car new? In the spec sheet which I
    have, *all* the petrol engines have 20 valves and are all 2435cc - except
    the T5 which is 2319cc.

    [My sheet includes the V70 2.5D Classic - which was new at the time - and
    probably added just for the runout of the old shape V70. Maybe they made
    some changes to the petrol models at the same time?]
     
    Bonnet Lock, Jan 4, 2004
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  7. Gerry McKenzie

    Guest Guest

    Must have discontinued the 10valver by then. Its a 1998 model.

    Tim..
     
    Guest, Jan 4, 2004
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  8. Gerry McKenzie

    Mark Seeley Guest

    I've got:
    Top Speed: 127mph
    0-60: 10.1s
    28mpg

    This is for the 144bhp engine (10V, Manual)

    Info from www.parkers.co.uk - they have loads more data, in the Technical
    Specifications area. Have specs for all models of all cars, NCAP results,
    insurance groups, reviews, etc.

    Mark
     
    Mark Seeley, Jan 5, 2004
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  9. Gerry McKenzie

    Guest Guest

    Cheers!

    tim..
     
    Guest, Jan 5, 2004
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  10. Many thanks to all you guys togeter you gave me a lot of information and links
    Many thanks once more

    Gerry McKenzie
     
    Gerry McKenzie, Jan 6, 2004
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