Reliable and all around okay vehicle
The Volvo wagon's cargo space through the years, has gotten smaller due to styling. One of the selling points was having the ability to load larger items instead of borrowing a van. The front interior space is not as roomy as in the past either. Volvos used to have a distinctive look. Now they look like every other vehicle on the road.
Very comfortable, easy driving, practical vehicle
As usual, Volvo excels in interior comfort and design. Performance with the E-Drive T5 2.0 liter engine is more than adequate for highway driving and passing. Purchased as a used car, technology is not at 2021 levels, but it all works very well and certainly all we need. Super comfortable and practical for road trips.
great all around vehicle
this car has exceeded all my expectations. only reason for selling is I have to many vehicles and would not be able to register it in Mexico where I plan to relocate as branded as a luxury vehicle and fees very high
6th Volvo Owned
Volvo provides us everything we need in a car, and goes about it' business in an understated, reliable way. They keep making Volvo's and I'll keep buying them.
Very reliable, fun to drive, handle great.
Lots of leg room, lots of room in back to haul things and keep dry. was able to haul 6foot step ladder with seats folded.
Just like new car
Love it, fun to drive !! many compliments on it's looks. all wheel drive makes it feel like on rails, very solid feel.
Its a Volvo
Safe, comfortable, reliable, quiet and since its out of warranty, hope it doesn't need repair any time soon.
Comfortable dog mover
I have a couple of Newfoundlands, and they fit nicely in the back (with the seats folded). It is a comfortable vehicle, and it does great in the snow. The front seats are the best seats I have ever had!!!!
let go of my 2004 V70 and got the 2015 XC70 T6... stepped up in comfot and power... I look forward to driving this car, it's a joy to drive... I would recommend this car to anyone!
2015 Volvo XC70 T6
About two month ago my wife was rear-ended in our 11 y.o. Volvo XC70 with 160000 miles. The car needed repairs in the amount exceeding it's current market value. After walking away from the accident with no injuries, she didn't even wanted to look at other brands. We now drive 2015 XC70 T6. I only wish the fuel consumption would be better.