Re: This car is not the best... So are you saying that the numbers the factory posted for the 240 Turbo Intercooler are wrong? If you would like I can go scan in the factory broschure? It is an american broschure, so it does not have the 240 Turbo in it, but it does have teh 740 Turbo in it, which the 740 Turbo uses the same engine as the 240 Turbo. What kind of maintance are you talking about? One of the guys in Volvo's 500,000 mile club never did anything to his 240 other than change the oil, and filters, and anything that had to be replaced like belts and stuff like that. Other than that he was running an engine that had 0 maintance on it, he even said that if something broke on the car and it was still running a week later that he didn't get it fixed. So how is the engine's reliability based on maintance? I know that 500,000 miles is nothing close to 2,000,000 miles, but that is still what a Dodge may get if it is kept in perfect condition, then there is Volvo which will do that without any maintance. I have owned two myself. I had a 240 Wagon that was finally retired after the local repair shop said it was going to be more money than I wanted to spend to get it fixed. The kick ass thing about the car though is that when I got it back from the repair shop half the engine was sitting in my back seat, and the damn thing still ran, a little rough, but ran. The second Volvo I have owned I still have is a 240 sedan. I have the engine torn apart getting it ready for the shop to gt it bored, stroked, and a port and polish. I just am waiting for parts and shop time to open up. I am also starting to work with carbon fiber, and plan on using my Volvo 240 as teh test bed for many ideas. Plus I will be using it to test many of my engineering ideas. So befor eyou say I do not know what I am talking about, try and see what I know first.