A: The Opel Omega 2.4i 1989 is faster than the Volvo S40 1.8 1996

The top speed of the Volvo S40 1.8 1996 is 195 kph, (121 mph) and for the Opel Omega 2.4i 1989 it is 198 kph, (123 mph)

Name | Name:Volvo S40 1.8 1996 | Name:Opel Omega 2.4i 1989 |

Top Speed | Top Speed:195 kph, (121 mph) | Top Speed:198 kph, (123 mph) |

Most Recent New Price | Most Recent New Price:$30,027 USD | Most Recent New Price:$33,221 USD |

Price Notes | Price Notes:Price current as at Dec 2013 | Price Notes:Price current as at Dec 2013 |

Body Type | Body Type:sedan | Body Type:sedan |

Release Year | Release Year:1996 | Release Year:1989 |

Total Max Power | Total Max Power:85 kW, (113.99 hp) | Total Max Power:92 kW, (123.37 hp) |

0-100kph Acceleration | 0-100kph Acceleration:11 seconds | 0-100kph Acceleration:11.5 seconds |

Average Consumption | Average Consumption:8.6 l/100km, (32.85 mpg) | Average Consumption:9.3 l/100km, (30.37 mpg) |

Transmission | Transmission:5 speed, manual | Transmission:4 speed, automatic |

Weight | Weight:1245 kg, (2745 lbs) | Weight:1320 kg, (2910 lbs) |

Description | Description:The Volvo S40 1.8 1996 is a 4 door, front-wheel drive, 5 seat sedan. The car is 4483 mm, (176.5 in) long and 1717 mm, (67.6 in) wide. It has a multipoint injection, 4 cylinder petrol engine. It has Central door locking, ABS, Tinted windows and Driver airbag as standard and Traction control, Alloy wheels, Fog lamps, Passenger airbag and Cruise control as optional extras. | Description:The Opel Omega 2.4i 1989 is a 4 door, 5 seat, rear-wheel drive sedan. It comes with Tinted windows as standard. The car is 1760 mm, (69.29 in) wide and 4738 mm, (186.54 in) long. It has a 4 cylinder, multipoint injection petrol engine. |

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