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T5M C/s/v70 P80 Production Numbers From Vcna - The Definitive List

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This question gets asked regularly enough and the myths get tossed around or the numbers are guessed. This may turn me into the resident statistician but since I track these cars I thought it would be useful to specify production numbers for the T5M and where known, the T5 for P80 / Gen 1 model years. Various threads have answered for a specific model or a specific MY but none have tackled this comprehensively.

What is listed are validated numbers provided by VCNA in response to questions various enthusiasts have posted to them over the years. These are USA numbers to the best of my knowledge except where noted. If you have numbers that can fill in the gaps please share. I searched extensively across the various enthusiast sites to gather what is listed here.

For USA - numbers from VCNA:

Model Total T5 / T5M

V70:
1998: ? / 127
1999: 517 / 101
2000: 3 / 0

S70:
1998: ? / 361
1999: ? / 197
2000: ? / 75

C70:
Coupes: 135 T5M across 98-02 / 603 worldwide
Verts: ?

Sources:
http://forums.swedespeed.com/showthr...Specifications

http://forums.swedespeed.com/showthread.php?177863-Towing-question-for-a-V70-T5M&s=f319550c51cf96fa742fffe233df0324


http://forums.swedespeed.com/showthr...ic-C70-history

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Cool thread, this stuff is interesting.

Does anybody on here have one of the 3 2000 V70's?

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Oooo I like numbers... I took what you had and did a tad more searching around, filled in some blanks. I created a public google spreadsheet so people can start adding information. IT IS EDITABLE so don't fill it with stupidness. I havent figured out the best data format but if you guys stick with what is there, maybe add some columns from trim info, I can manipulate it and make some charts or something cool.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AnE9p3nH9uokdGd5dS0wQ2dYQVkxZzVSRDMzQ0ZKMHc

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Oooo I like numbers... I took what you had and did a tad more searching around, filled in some blanks. I created a public google spreadsheet so people can start adding information. IT IS EDITABLE so don't fill it with stupidness. I havent figured out the best data format but if you guys stick with what is there, maybe add some columns from trim info, I can manipulate it and make some charts or something cool.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AnE9p3nH9uokdGd5dS0wQ2dYQVkxZzVSRDMzQ0ZKMHc

Laser Blue T5m?!?!? Can anyone confirm seeing one? That's like the ultimate dream wagon for me... Laser and stick shift :wub::wub::wub:

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to bad there isn't a way to verify how many are left.

i'm guessing on 435 R there has to be in the 60-70 range.

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Laser Blue T5m?!?!? Can anyone confirm seeing one? That's like the ultimate dream wagon for me... Laser and stick shift :wub::wub::wub:

Doesn't exist, unless one was painted Laser Blue.

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Doesn't exist, unless one was painted Laser Blue.

According to VCNA the Laser Blue was available on a few T5s.

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According to VCNA the Laser Blue was available on a few T5s.

What??

There's a new Volvo unicorn then.

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So who wants to get the color breakdown for the 98 m/y?

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What??

There's a new Volvo unicorn then.

According to the chart - Cassis would be rarer than Laser Blue.

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Anyone know if there are any manual non R S60 AWDs in the US???

This thread is a great place to ask that question!

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