I seriously doubt so. H4 was designed for the exclusive use in SAAB/GM, at least that was the case in 2009.Cars manufactured in March 09+ have Haldex 4. Could be a bit earlier, but at least Volvo has confirmed H4 for a March-car.
That same Wikipedia article states that the SAAB/GM exclusivity agreement was a one year agreement for 2007. Might have been edited.I seriously doubt so. H4 was designed for the exclusive use in SAAB/GM, at least that was the case in 2009.
This seems to be pretty accurate
It does not. XC90s have 2nd generation with the last 6 model years adding Instant Traction which is a one-way valve pre-loaded with hydraulic pressure that adds a bit of torque thus the wheels do not have to spin 1/7th of a wheel turn (or about 15 degrees) in order for the AWD system to engage. This "version" has become the "unofficial" 3rd generation.How do you know that the newer XC90 has H4?
No one is upset, and you are not quoting anything. You simply say something that contradicts the common knowledge affirmatively, and I am curious to know the source.Hey, I'm just quoting an email from Volvo here. Obviously you know better than them. Sorry for upsetting you so much.