The Volvo 200 Series refused to quit and conform. It lasted in production for two decades, keeping true to its blocky rear-wheel drive origins. Many vehicles last five to seven years tops before a new generation is released, but not the stubborn 200 Series. It would not go quietly into the night.
But as hard as it tried to hang on, eventually the car line was discontinued after the 1993 model year. And here we have a pristine example from that final year, a 1993 Volvo 244 sedan. Showing just over 100,000 km on the odometer, the car appears to be in great shape inside and out. It is a final survivor from a car line that survived a long, long time.