Volvo XC70 Model Overview

Volvo XC70 Questions

I Have A 2008 Xc70 Wagon. When I Start It Won't Shift Out Of Park. A...

When started, I can't get it out of park into drive. Any suggestions for solution?

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Do The Rear Seats Fold Down?

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Volvo 2007 Xc70 Air Conditioner

What could stop air conditioner compressor from engaging? Fuse is OK

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Volvo 2007 Xc70 Air Conditioner

Compressor not engaging. Inside fan OK Where is the fuse?

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Where May I Submit A Complaint ?

On March 13, 2017, One World Cars sold me a car I found through Car Gurus and refuses to deliver a title, now over 30 days past the date of sale.

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Volvo XC70 Overview

The Volvo XC70 is unlike any other station wagon you'll have the privilege of driving. It was made for the demands of cold-climate conditions, and it delivers its occupants to their destination in safety, comfort, and style.

The XC70 began in 1998 as the Cross Country trim of the V70 (formerly the 850 Wagon). It was such a gem that it clearly needed to stand on its own, so the following year it was released as a separate model, the Cross Country. Cooler than your average wagon, it traded in its spelled-out name for the flashier XC another year later, and that name has held.

Winter-sports enthusiasts, cold-climate commuters, and safety-savvy families have given this vehicle its impressive popularity. It is seen in great numbers especially in the Northeastern U.S., as its collection of useful standard features and cold climate-inspired options make it ideal for travel in these parts.

For what it's worth, the XC70 further enjoys a considerable snob factor among suburban soccer moms, business execs, and the like. Expect its popularity to continue for years to come.

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