2004 Volvo S80 Overview

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Trims

2.5T
Avg. Price: $6,693
2.5T AWD
Avg. Price: $6,744
2.9
Avg. Price: $6,216
T6
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T6 Premier
Avg. Price: $6,604

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Average User Score

3.95 stars

Based on 9 reviews

I Just Love It! by Nesse18
 — I bought this late model 2004 S80 AWD about 6 weeks ago. I had decided that I wanted specific features such as AWD, leather and a sunroof. I wanted a car and not an SUV, so my choices were limited fro... Read More
Great Luxurious Sedan by GreenAutoSales69
 — i have 159k miles on the car. nothing major so far. all electrical things working. still good on gas, very stylish. had issues with some electrical parts but was cheap to fix (by good mechanic) Volvo ... Read More
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 — well ,,, the performance of this beast its very good,,, and its has excellent braking system for the body ,,, ITS a VOLVO ,,, the most safe car in the world..!! the interior of this car is amazing ... Read More

2004 Volvo S80 Overview

Overall User Score

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2004 Volvo S80

The Volvo S80 has undergone a comprehensive mid-generation face lift for 2004.  Highlights include additional chrome exterior trim, a restyled grille, a revised rear deck, new door panels and a redesigned instrument cluster.  

The S80 model lineup has also expanded from three to five variants, as two new styles debut this year. A new 2.5T trim is available with both front and all-wheel drive.  The 2.9 and T6 styles return, and the T6 Elite has been renamed the T6 Premium.  All models except the 2.5T are available with Volvo's new Four-C adjustable suspension system.

Volvo's power plant selection expands this year with the arrival of the 2.5T.  This new trim is powered by a 2.5 liter inline five, which generates 208 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque. This engine can only be paired with a five-speed manual transmission, and fuel economy is expected at 20/27 mpg.

The three other models house a 2.9 liter inline six cylinder engine, and every model is now turbocharged.  This engine delivers 268 horsepower and 280 pound-feet of torque.  Fuel economy is estimated at 19/26 mpg.  A four-speed automatic transmission is mated to this engine.

Reviewers have commented that the S80's interior layout is much improved for 2004, with more user-friendly controls and an aesthetically pleasing instrument cluster.  The S80 offers strong acceleration and stable handling across the board, but the 2.9-equipped models will speed from 0 to 60 mph in about seven seconds. The optional new Four-C suspension is well reviewed, and its variable settings can be tailored for comfort with varying surfaces and driving needs.  The Sport setting is a good match for the T6's power.

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How Do I Replace The Driver Side Headlight Bi-xenon Bulb?

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