Comments - Volvo 850 T-5R Pickup Spotted in Belgium

Published: Dec 11, 2012
Description: Though the new Polestar models are out to change perception, there aren't a lot of Volvos from the company's recent past that could really drum up any excitement whatsoever. But the 850 T-5R...
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Ethan Amo Dec 11, 2012
Yea, I love volvos...best Swedish cars out there
Felix Rhett Dec 11, 2012
@christopher the word good can be subjective. I would much prefer my s60R over an E46 M3.
Christopher LikeaBoss Reber Dec 11, 2012
I absolutely love my 04 s60r. It's not as good as the m3 from the same year but its much more of a stealth car
Logan LeMonnier Dec 11, 2012
@john Volvo makes some great cars
Ian Barger Dec 11, 2012
Volvo doesnt suck they make good, safe cars.
John Hyland Dec 11, 2012
Who cares, Volvo sucks
Alex Renaud Dec 11, 2012
Volvomino.
Kyryl Martynov Dec 11, 2012
Ultimate sleeper. Id drive it :)
Jake Trumbull Dec 11, 2012
I'd drive that
Lucas Hill Dec 11, 2012
Or the caddy @ben
Ben Mossing Dec 11, 2012
Reminds me of a VW rabit pickup
Felix Rhett Dec 11, 2012
What carbuzz really needs to show is one of the 500hp monsters that come out of Sweden
Drew Humphrey Dec 11, 2012
This is genuinely cool.
Jörgen Nilsson Dec 11, 2012
It's a bug difference between an A-tractor and a a car like this. In Gothenburg you sometimes can see one similar to this.
Robby N Raquel Stanley Dec 11, 2012
Wish they'd show the bed empty, cuz if the box area is a nicely done as the rest, then this would be the cleanest/nicest car to truck conversion I've EVER seen. Not bad at all.
Emil Lagervall Dec 11, 2012
In Sweden we call them A-tractor, and you can get a license for one when you're 15 but but you're only allowed to drive for 30 Kmh with them. Two of my friends has got a Volvo 745.
Description: Only 5,500 examples were made, of which just 185 were delivered to the United States. (You can imagine this writer's teenage surprise to see a truck-load of them on the highway.) The T-5R was ava...
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Kyle McCullough Dec 11, 2012
Clever engineering
Felix Rhett Dec 11, 2012
Wow, this is so clean. They literally cut the original tail lights in half--how the hell do they still work?