Performance and Safety Equation Redefined for Volvo XC90 PartsWritten by Jenny Mc Lane
How does it feel to have World's First third-row passenger head-and-shoulder protection with Inflatable Curtain (IC) and world's most intelligent All Wheel Drive System (AWD) in your vehicle? You have that peace of mind and comfort isn't it. This is how Volvo offers new 2005 XC90 complete with Innovative new Roll Over Protection System, which includes first use of Roll Stability Control to reduce chance of rollover, Dynamic Stability and Traction Control (DSTC) and Special collision compatibility to help passengers in smaller vehicles For versatility and performance it has two power trains and electronically controlled All Wheel Drive system. A 2.9L twin turbocharged DOHC inline-6 cylinder engine (268 hp and 280 ft lbs torque at 1800 RPM) with 4 speed automatic transmission and a 2.5L low-pressure turbocharged DOHC inline-5 cylinder engine (208 hp and 236 ft lbs torque at 1500 RPM) with 5 speed automatic transmission completes its power train. The environment, which is an utmost priority for Volvo, has T6 engine certified as Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV), a 2.5T engine certified to meet high ULEV II standard and a Standard Interior Air Quality System.
Auto Lemon Laws – Do you need a lawyer?Written by Charles Essmeier
Buying a new automobile is usually a bid decision for most people, and it involves a lot of time, research and most of all, money. If you are going to be paying for something for five years or more, you will generally take your time, do your research, and make sure that you are spending your money wisely on a vehicle that will last for years. Unfortunately, some new cars, like all manufactured products, do not perform as they should and are defective in some way. For reasons lost to antiquity, defective cars are known as “lemons.”
California became first state to enact legislation that provided recourse to purchasers of defective vehicles in 1982; since then, every state has enacted similar legislation. Consumers all over country may now seek either a replacement vehicle or a refund should they find themselves owner of a defective automobile.Even though legislation exists to protect you if you should find yourself owner of a lemon, most people are not familiar with their state’s lemon law. Is it necessary to file a lawsuit? Do you need a lawyer? Can you go through process yourself?
While lemon laws vary from state to state, you can generally file a lemon law claim yourself. The process usually involves writing letters to manufacturer that state your problem and filing a claim with your state’s Attorney General’s office. You must also submit your vehicle for repair of problem; each state requires that manufacturer have a “reasonable” opportunity to repair your vehicle.