Volvo PTT Vehicle Architecture, Emissions Levels and Build Date

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The emissions level denotes the regulations that the vehicle meets.

US10 means that this vehicle meets the US exhaust emissions standard for 2010. Canada follows the same regulations.

 

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The model year is encoded in the position 10 of the VIN

The model year denotes approximately when the vehicle was produced and usually coincides with the design revisions for the time period.

Note that model year may not coincide with the actual build date.In this case it does.

 

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US10+OBD2013 means that this vehicle meets the US exhaust emissions standard for 2010.

The OBD2013 denotes that this vehicle also meets the EPA standard for On Board Diagnostics for the year noted.

 

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The model year is encoded in the position 10 of the VIN

The model year denotes approximately when the vehicle was produced and usually coincides with design revisions for the time period.

Note that the model year may not coincide with the actual build date. In this case it does.

 

The Manufacturing date can be found using Impact as seen below.

The month and year of the build date can also be found in the driver’s door jamb sticker.

The manufacturing date gives the date when the vehicle was build.

Note that the build date may not coincide with the model year.

 

The Manufacturing date can also be found in TDP – Warranty tab and then look in VDA+.

The month and year of the build date can also be found in the driver’s door jamb sticker.

The Manufacturing date gives the date when the vehicle was build.

Note that the build date may not coincide with the model year.