The Volvo 900 series was a very popular mid-sized, executive class vehicle produced from 1990 to 1998. Over 1.5 million were sold worldwide, and it was one of the last rear-wheel-drive cars made by Volvo. The 940 was their lower price point offering, and included a naturally aspirated or turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, three different options packages, and either a sedan or wagon chassis. Drivers of this vehicle can attest to its reliability and safety, both of which are Volvo's signature characteristics. And you will still see many on the road today due to the availability of Volvo 940 parts in the aftermarket.