article article The Volvo S90 sedan, the company’s second-generation sedan, was the most popular car in the US in 2015, with over 1.2 million sold in the country.
The car was also the most-used Volvo model in the state of Florida, with the state accounting for nearly one-third of all sales.
However, Volvo has since made some changes to the way its industrial polisher equipment operates, such as the removal of the factory-installed, factory-approved machine.
Instead, the S90 has a manual system which is capable of using a manual polisher, with all other accessories having to be manually inserted into the machine.
The new manual system, according to Volvo, is “more accurate and more reliable”.
The new manual setup, which comes with an optional manual polishing system, has also resulted in the loss of some factory-designed industrial polishers, which the company says “were designed to be compatible with Volvo’s current systems”.
The removal of this factory-specific system, which is a factory-recommended installation, has meant that the S 90 can be fitted with factory-tested industrial polishes and equipment.
The company says it will now sell a manual-only version of the system, but that the new system will be sold separately.
It is also likely that the manufacturer will eventually offer a fully manual system for the S60 sedan, which will have a much more advanced industrial polish kit.
According to Volvo’s blog post, the manual system “removes the need to manually remove equipment from the machine to use it”.
However, it continues, this is “not the case with most of the industrial equipment we sell”.
The manual system can still be used with factory systems.
The Volvo blog post explains that:The company has not commented on what the manual setup will be used for in the future.
The removal and replacement of factory-required equipment can cost an extra £20,000, according the company.
The removal of an accessory, such the factory polisher itself, is not an extra cost, according Volvo.
However the company also has an extensive list of accessories for the manual polishers on its website, including an attachment that can be used to remove the factory equipment, a battery charger and a set of tools.
It is unclear whether the manual removal and installation of the accessories will be available for the Volvo S60, as Volvo has not yet said whether the car will have this system available in future.