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2010 Volvo V70 3.2 R-DesignReview
Mikael writes:
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Its The Best — This is not a 2010 Volvo V70 3.2 R-Design. I have a 2011 Volvo V70 T4 R-Design. Thats a fine nice car and the fuel economy is very good, I recomend this car to buy , its perfect. Try this model in your Volvo dealer.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Everything

Cons: Nothing

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2010 Volvo V70Review
Roger writes:

My 2010 Volvo V70 2.0d Summum —

Performance: It's surprisingly quick for "just" being a 2.0 diesel! This variant is delivered with a tight 6-speed manual transmission only, which suits the engine very well. 136 hp/320 Nm torque. In my opinion, this is one of the best premium cars in its price range (note: Norwegian price level). Acceleration from stillstand is absolutely acceptable, and it's particular strong at in-speed accelerations. Brakes are very good. The car's handling is also at a high level, even with those relatively massive 245/40-18" wheels. Build quality: the car is extremely delicate, and both perceived and actual quality is impressive, and WAY better than its predecessor. No squeaks or rattles, and noise level is also a huge improvement over the old V70 model. Appearance: I just love the looks of this car. It's very elegant both inside and outside - and in my eyes far more beautiful than its competitors. (Of course I'm being subjective now...). I chose a classic setup for my car, "Summum" trim level with Seashell metallic exterior colour and softbeige leather interior with contrasting Dark Fineline panels. In addition, I retrofitted original Jaguar chrome side mirror covers. For a sporty "summer look", I chose the five-spoke 18-inch "Odysseus" alloys on its summer tires, while seven-spoke 17-inch "Pontos" alloys makes it stand out during the winter. Cost of Ownership: Norwegians are used to rather steep car prices, based on rediculous tax levels. My car's list price is approx. NOK 520,000.- with its setup. This is equivalent to approx. $ 89,500.-/€ 63,500.- with current exchange rates. When compared to its nearest rivals (BMW 520 D, Audi A6 2.0 TDI etc.), the V70 is very attractively priced, though. Both standard list price as well as the cost of optional extras is very competitive. The car's fuel consumption is rather good, with average at approx. 0.52 litres per kilometer (5.43 miles/UK gallon). Maintenance costs are average. CO2-emission is 157 g/km. Fun Factor: all-in-all, I really love my car, and have no trouble recommending it to others. It's fun to drive, gorgeous to look at and very pleasant to own. If you demand a more sporty ride, be sure to check out the R-Design before looking at its pricier German rivals.

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: Looks, ride & handling, performance, economy

Cons: Nothing in particular for my car, however, I would like to see a more up-to-date satnav system from Volvo

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2010 Volvo V70 3.2 Review
Guru7YS3J says:
vs2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Coupe RWD
2010 Volvo V70 3.2 winning categories:
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  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Power Ranked 2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Coupe RWD better.
"Balance It is stable"
Value Ranked 2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Coupe RWD worse.
"It is electonically"

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Reviews From Other Years

2008 Volvo V70 Reviews

Great Looking Family Wagon By Greg

Back seats have boosters built in. Great feature for a family wagon. Wife gets complements on how great the car looks for a wagon. It is all black with dark but legal tint. Drives great on road tr... Read More

Professional Style By SteveHeckman

Very high quality materials and workmanship throughout - low noise, vibration and harshness. Responsive engine and vehicle dynamics without the "boy-racer" look. Seat height is perfect - no climb up ... Read More

2007 Volvo V70 Reviews

Review By Larry

Nice car,everything I wanted no heated seats but, its ok.five stars , Read More

Very Reliable Transportation By Wmhugo48

My Volvo V70 is a lot of fun to drive. It is very reliable. Handles great in snowy conditions. The most comfortable seats of any vehicle that I have owned. It has maintained a great value. The fam... Read More

2006 Volvo V70 Reviews

Review By gclarkbloom

....this is truly a Volvo Brick...you must, however, check regarding routine replacement of timing gears and belts...they also develop leaks between the engine and transmission, either of which can be... Read More

Best V70 By Martina

This car are very speciell an i like the acceleration. that car was the car that i was take my drivingcard with:) this car are very fun to drive and are very hightecnoligic. so if you are looking for ... Read More

2005 Volvo V70 Reviews

Review By jonathon

Having worked in the imported auto parts business for over 45 years and owned 7 Volvos, I consider the 2005 V70 to be one of the best 5 cylinder FWD Volvos built as far as quality, reliability, and b... Read More

Solid Workhorse. By Wmhugo48

Reliability and an ability to provide a longer life than most vehicles. These cars definitly need a 6 digit odometer. 100K miles is low milage on a Volvo. Great high speed miles per gallon. It has... Read More

2004 Volvo V70 Reviews

Review By Steven

Everything you need and nothing you dont. The full array of available safety features at the time, as Volvo is known for. Comfortable and functional interior with easily understood and manipulated con... Read More

Review By Guru95R5D2

The Volvo V70 is probably one of the best cars ever built fight me. It is a very capable car with something for everyone. Need a commuter, Volvo V70, need a sports car Volvo V70. Need to tow, VOLVO V7... Read More

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