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1 reviews all Volvo models on Sun Jun 19, 2016 12:21 am

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Swedish firm Volvo has a reputation for safety, and its latest models are no exception — the much of the Volvo range boasts high tech systems which slow the car automatically if they detect an obstruction. This is all part of Volvo's noble ambition for there to be no deaths or serious injuries in Volvo cars by the year 2020.

Volvo models


  • S60

  • S80

  • Volvo S90

  • V40

  • V60

  • V70

  • Volvo V90

  • XC60

  • XC70

  • XC90





  • [size=32]Volvo V40[/size]

    The Volvo V40 hatchback is an upmarket family car with a wide range of efficient petrol and diesel engines and class-leading levels of safety. It was one of the first cars to have autonomous braking fitted as standard, which automatically applies the brakes to reduce the chance of a minor collision. Comfortable seats and a relaxing interior make the V40 a great long-distance companion, but it's not quite as fun to drive as the BMW 1 Series.

    Volvo V40 hatchback

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £20,255 - £32,015

     3.7 / 5
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  • Volvo V40 hatchback Cross Country

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £23,555 - £34,250

     3.4 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo S60[/size]

    Volvo wants the Volvo S60 to be seen to offer a stylish, sporty alternative to rivals from Audi, Mercedes-Benz and BMW, and it's not too far off. It's a good-looking car on the outside, while the interior oozes the simple, neat Swedish style that defines Volvo's cabins. It's more comfortable than sporty though, even if it does drive better than any Volvo before it. Good pricing and equipment work in its favour, too. 

    Volvo S60 saloon

    4 Doors
    Price  
    £21,875 - £34,295

     3.9 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo V60[/size]

    The Volvo V60 is based on the Volvo S60 executive saloon, so it looks stylish inside and out, with the addition of a versatile boot. However, while past Volvo estates have made a name for themselves with their cavernous load areas, the Volvo V60's boot is actually smaller than you'll find in most rivals. As with the saloon, the Volvo V60 is comfortable, well equipped and is competitively priced.

    Volvo V60 Plug-In Hybrid estate

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £23,075 - £52,325

     3 / 5
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  • Volvo V60 estate

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £23,595 - £38,025

     4 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo V70[/size]

    The Volvo V70 proves that Volvo knows a thing or two about building really good estate cars that work in the real world. The Volvo V70 doesn’t feature the biggest boot in the class, but it's still enormous and capable of swallowing virtually anything you throw at it. What's more, the Volvo V70 is superbly comfortable to drive, particularly on the motorway, and the DRIVe version offers fuel bills similar to a small hatchback's.

    Volvo V70 estate

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £26,195 - £34,920

     3 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo S80[/size]

    The Volvo S80 is more like Volvo's older cars. Instead of the sporty look of the new Volvo S60, the Volvo S80 is built for comfort, and makes for a big and relaxing, but rather unexciting, executive saloon. The Volvo S80 is similar to the BMW 5-Series in size, but is priced in line with top-spec Ford Mondeos, so you get a lot of car for your money. It's well made too, and features a large line-up of quiet engines; from the economical DRIVe model all the way up to a five-cylinder diesel luxury model.

    Volvo S80 saloon

    4 Doors
    Price  
    £32,420 - £33,920

     2.2 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo S90[/size]

    The Volvo S90 is the largest saloon Volvo currently makes, and replaced the old Volvo S80. It's handsome, comfortable, efficient and certainly worth consideration if you're in the market for a large executive car, such as the Audi A6 orBMW 5 Series.

    Volvo S90 saloon

    4 Doors
    Price  
    £32,555 - £42,055

     4.3 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo XC60[/size]

    The Volvo XC60 offers a pleasing mixture of off-road and estate car styling, which looks less aggressive than rivals like the BMW X3. The interior looks great, too, and offers a high driving position, comfortable seats and great visibility, plus lots of space for passengers and luggage. The Volvo XC60 drives more like a car than a 4x4, and while there are high-powered diesel engines, the frugal DRIVe version, which has front-wheel drive, returns an impressive 47.1mpg. All cars get City Safety, which is designed to help avoid collisions with pedestrians and other traffic at low speeds.

    Volvo XC60 SUV

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £32,685 - £39,890

     3.3 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo V90[/size]

    The Volvo V90 is the latest incarnation of the big Volvo estate on which the firm built an enviable reputation. The V90 - which replaced the old Volvo V70 - is big, comfortable, good looking and offers plenty of interior and boot space. It's good enough to challenge the likes of the Audi A6 Avant and BMW 5 Series Touring in the upmarket estate car class.

    Volvo V90 estate

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £34,555 - £44,055

     4.5 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo XC70[/size]

    The Volvo XC70 is based on the proven Volvo V70, which means it doesn’t feature the biggest boot, but it's still enormous and capable of swallowing virtually anything you throw at it. What's more, the Volvo XC70 is superbly comfortable to drive, particularly on the motorway. The Volvo XC70 features jacked-up suspension, four-wheel drive and a rugged bodykit, and is a match for the Audi A6 Allroad when taken off the beaten track.

    Volvo XC70 estate

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £34,670 - £41,435

     2.5 / 5
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  • [size=32]Volvo XC90[/size]

    The original Volvo XC90 was Volvo's first off-roader and helped take big SUVs out of the mud and on to the school run. Now in its second generation, the ability to seat seven in comfort and tranquility shows no signs of slowing. The XC90 feels more upmarket than ever, and has excellent safety credentials as well as a choice of petrol, diesel and hybrid engines. It is now more than a match for the best big SUVs out there, such as the BMW X5, Mercedes GLE, Audi Q7 and Land Rover Discovery.

    Volvo XC90 SUV

    5 Doors
    Price  
    £46,850 - £64,555

     4.6 / 5
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