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The first Volvo car rolled off the line in Göteborg, Sweden in 1927 and the first truck followed the next year. Over the decades Volvo became a major vehicle exporter, sending cars, trucks, busses and tractors all over the world. Volvo Car Co. was sold to Ford Motor Company in 1999 for a reported $6.45 billion.
Volvo Sedan Reviews
With a twin-charged engine, eight-speed automatic transmission and impressive new safety features, Volvo has breathed some new life into the S60.
Volvo's S60 R-Design looks great, it’s sleek and luxurious inside, handles like a true sports sedan and… it’s from Sweden?
Volvo has finally built a genuine competitor to its German rivals and has even managed to keep the brand’s distinct identity intact. The only issue will be attracting buyers to this more engaging Volvo considering the automaker’s decades-old reputation for building solid and safe, and therefore dull, automobiles.
Often overlooked, the turbocharged five-cylinder R-Design Volvo S40 delivers most of what you’d expect from a European sports sedan and while there is no rear-drive option, an excellent AWD setup makes it both surefooted and fun.
Volvo Crossover Reviews
Volvo is not known for putting brash styling and wild performance first. The XC60 R-Design breaks that mold.
Volvo SUV Reviews
The XC60 is a whole new vehicle from Volvo and underneath that sheetmetal there’s a brand new safety idea – City Safety automatic braking for accident avoidance. We even went so far as to test it against a brick wall!
Volvo Luxury Car Reviews
Wagon lovers everywhere are lining the streets in celebration as Volvo brings a proper wagon back to America. But is it any good and, more importantly, will it sell?
Volvo Coupe Reviews
A solid offering in standard trim, luxury options elevate the S60 from being cross-shopped with a mid-size sedan to challenging some luxury rivals.
Volvo Convertible Reviews
With so many luxury convertibles on the market, Ken Glassman outlines the many reasons to consider the Volvo C70… last.
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Volvo is sexing up its European-market plug-in hybrid wagon with an R-Design package. It still isn’t available in the U.S., but Volvo’s V60 plug-in hybrid station wagon will be all the more alluring for 2015. The Swedish auto maker plans to launch its plug-in hybrid effort in North America with the next XC90 crossover, which... more
Volvo is aiming for performance while going green in China. The new S60L plug-in hybrid will make its debut at this year’s Beijing Motor Show, targeting Chinese consumers once its launched early next year. The model will be built at the automaker’s Chengdu plant and is part of Volvo’s plans to contribute to the development... more
Always known for its safety, Volvo is broadening its horizons by trying to make parents’ lives easier. As its name suggests, the concept is an inflatable rear-facing child seat. It features ground-breaking technology from the Swedish automaker. Not only does Volvo say it is safe and easy to carry, but it will enable parents to... more
Volvo is rolling out a new specialized package to offer customers more luxury in two of their models. Buyers of the XC60 and S80 can equip their cars with the upgrade, known as the inscription package. It includes Inscription Sovereign Hide leather seats, a leather covered instrument panel, wood inlays, and an embroidered Inscription logo along... more
Now that Volvo is owned by Geely, the Swedish automaker has some big plans for its near future. After debuting three impressive concepts this past year, it is being reported that the Volvo Concept Estate will result in a new V90 wagon model that will replace the current V70. Moving upmarket, the V90 will be... more
We are on the cusp of a minor revolution at Volvo. A set of new Drive-E powertrains, updated models and all-new offerings are almost here. Despite the new technology, increased efficiency and updated styling, one key pillar of Volvo will remain: safety. SEE ALSO: 2013 Volvo S60 T6 R-Design Review – Video And we don’t... more