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Volvo cars are considered to be a reliable choice, with Auto Express scoring them 91.16 in their vehicle reliability study. The C30 and XC60 have scored best of all the brand’s models in reliability studies.
The best Volvo car for you depends on your needs. The V60 and V90, for example, are ideal for families, while the S90 Is perfect for business use. Contact us at Sentinel Cars today for help with finding the best Volvo.
Extremely safe and hassle-free to own, the Volvo V40 has been given a high score for reliability in reviews by magazines such as Auto Express.
As confident SUVs, the Volvo XC60 and XC90 handle best in the snow thanks to their all-wheel drive capability.
Yes, the XC90 is only available as a 4x4 – there is no front-wheel drive option.
The XC90’s all-wheel drive system is fully automatic, diverting power to individual wheels as necessary. This ensures optimum traction and stability in a range of conditions. The system assesses information derived from factors such as wheel rotation speed, engine torque and throttle status at a rate of 100 times per second to deliver smooth and precise changes in power diversion.
The cheapest new Volvo cars are – as of May 2019 – the V40 and XC40. Prices start from £22,510 and £28,965 respectively. At Sentinel Cars, we stock a host of used Volvo models that offer exceptional value for money.
The standard warranty on a new Volvo is three years from the date the vehicle is delivered to the first owner or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first. Many of our used Volvos are less than three years old, meaning that you can benefit from the remainder of the original warranty when you purchase.
The list price of a new Volvo XC70 starts from £34,120 on the road.
While the Volvo XC90 is not marketed as a premium vehicle, it has many qualities that contribute to its luxury feel. These include the plush, finely crafted cabin, with its high quality materials, and the generous level of technology on board.
Volvo’s hybrid models are naturally the most economical. The V90 and S90 hybrids with a T8 Twin Engine return 141mpg equivalent and as little as 49g/km of CO2 emissions.
At Sentinel, we have a range of Volvo deals that change on a regular basis. Check our offers pages to see how you can save with us.
While several Volvo models are currently available with a diesel engine, the manufacturer is phasing out this option, providing only petrol and hybrid powertrains on newly released cars. Diesel variants are still available on the used car market.
Volvo’s commitment to greener motoring means that many of its newer models offer a hybrid powertrain. The XC90, XC60 and S90 are all available as hybrids, and selected V60 and V90 trims can be specified with a hybrid powertrain too.
The Volvo T8 Twin Engine powers its hybrid models, combining and Turbocharged and Supercharged petrol engine with an electric motor. It offers powerful performance and the lowest CO2 emissions in the Volvo engine range.
The Volvo XC60 is classified as a compact SUV, boasting the muscular styling typical of the class and all-wheel drive powertrain options.