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2011 Volvo C70 T5Review
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Great Top Down — Trunk is great even with top down. I can carry golf clubs, briefcase and small suitcase with the top folded into the trunk. Seats are comfy, very nicely sticthed brown leather with contrasting trim. Control panel, radio, heat,AC, phone are simple to use. Not over-complicated like many new computer heavy controls. Front wheel drive is great in bad weather too!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: This is a great riding car. Very smooth and fast on the highway

Cons: Back seat is small... trunk is  great for a convertible

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2011 Volvo C70 T5 Review
An excellent hardtop convertible. Well balanced between comfort and drivability. I love it.
vs2010 BMW 3 Series 328i Wagon RWD
2011 Volvo C70 T5 winning categories:
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  • Family Car
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  • Would Buy
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Reviews From Other Years

2009 Volvo C70 Reviews

C70 Volvo By RUBMON81

The car has been one of the best I have owned (G35; MB Kompressor; BMW 3 series). Loved the fast response, MPG, fun convertible, the look and the control of the car. Unfortunately I just had a baby ... Read More

Do Not Regret My Decision By Saaaad

Extreemly confortable; very easy to operate the convertible hard top; super sound system, great great handling around the curves, I feel secure inside my C-70.... It has a great built quality..no doub... Read More

2008 Volvo C70 Reviews

Amazing Car! By Linda

Sleek design that folds the top beautifully. Coupe/ convertible, 2-in-1, best of both worlds. Excellent performance; drives very nicely with good sound quality. Love everything about the car<3... just... Read More

It's A Cruiser. By Aleksey

My mother really owns and drives this car. She loves it. I can see why. Like all volvos, its foremost concern is safety, and it manages it well. Most convertibles come with warnings about rollover... Read More

2007 Volvo C70 Reviews

Pretty. Uncommon. Sexy. By MissCherry

I like everything about this car. One of the safest convertables to have. I love the feel and comfort. If this car wasn't so expensive to maintain I would love it much more. Oh well, it still looks go... Read More

I Think Is A Great Value, A Nice Ride And Incredible Design. By pablorz

I review the performance in general and as must of the imported Volvo s is extremely conformable and for a hard top convertible in its price range, no other come close. I enjoy the ride every time I t... Read More

2006 Volvo C70 Reviews

Great Convertible By Katie

I really liked having this car, loved the seamless convertible transition. The backseats were nice to have even if they weren't very comfortable or spacious. Compared to the Mercedes SLK hardtop, it ... Read More

Yes, You Won't Find A Better Good Quality Convertible For Less Than 10k Used By Nick

heavy on juice, but the looks out do the bad. what a car loads of room in the car and can still get a full set of golf clubs and trolley in the limited boot (folding roof). on a long run you can get o... Read More

2004 Volvo C70 Reviews

Its Ok By Manolo887

car is ok. nice when top is down. Terrible over bumps. good stereo system though. not so great handling. good on gas. you can get it for a good price cause really its a older persons car but still fun... Read More

Great In The Summer By RyanD

Bought if from a friend - overall happy with it. Back seat is hard to access - front power seats are more of a pain than a help. Handling and speed are great. Would look to move up to new body styl... Read More

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