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Used price:£1,382 - £8,493
Used price:£194 - £15,705
Used price:£137 - £6,511
New price:£19,875 - £39,825Used price:£300 - £21,431
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New price:£36,120 - £58,555Used price:£15,285 - £44,296
New price:£21,410 - £30,695Used price:£172 - £21,879
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New price:£32,410 - £41,460Used price:£4,085 - £38,586
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New price:£38,120 - £60,555Used price:£17,447 - £48,272
New price:£28,310 - £38,320Used price:£23,030 - £41,736
New price:£38,320 - £60,670Used price:£4,919 - £52,392
Used price:£574 - £26,823
New price:£51,860 - £72,795Used price:£1,187 - £61,884
Most popular Volvo reviews
New price: £19,875 - £39,825
Stylish, well-made, packs pioneering safety equipment
Not the best to drive in its class, others are cheaper to run
New price: £25,110 - £30,695
- Low CO2 and excellent fuel economy
- Available in four-wheel drive and two-wheel drive
- Only the flagship model comes with all-wheel drive
Comfortable, pleasant to drive and well-equipped - a sound all-rounderNew price: £21,410 - £30,485
- Pleasant to drive
- Comfortable interior
- Good refinement levels
- Lots of standard safety equipment
- Shrunken 2018 engine lineup
- Dated, tricky-to-use media system
- Dashboard controls could be clearer
- Cluttered centre console
Volvo’s largest estate majors on style and safetyNew price: £38,120 - £60,555
- Elegant styling
- High-tech safety kit
- Impressive passenger space
- Good all-round build quality
- Efficient diesels
- Boot isn’t the largest
- No sports model
- Not as good to drive as some rivals
- Pricey high-spec models
- Rivals are very strong
Bringing safety and practicality for all seven members of the familyNew price: £51,860 - £72,795
- Extremely comfortable
- Luxurious cabin
- Versatile boot
- Loaded with tech
- Very well equipped
- Engines lack character
- Lots of body roll
- Not a pure off-roader
Volvo is a Swedish firm synonymous with safe and reliable cars. The firm’s range includes C30 hatchback, the S40, S60 and S80 saloons, the V50, V60 and V70 estates and the C70 coupe convertible. Its latest model is the V40, a five-door hatchback that has proved popular with buyers of compact premium cars.
The company also has its rugged XC60, XC70 and XC90 4x4 vehicles – a selection of extremely capable off-road cars.
Now owned by Chinese firm Geely Automobile, Volvo started life back in 1927. Its first car was known as the Volvo OV 4, affectionately known as ‘Jakob’ and built in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Since then many models have been produced, each with the focus firmly on safety. The firm is at the forefront of technological advances in driver, passenger and pedestrian safety systems, with dozens of world firsts to its name.
Over recent years Volvo has become famous for its DRIVe range of low-emission, high fuel economy vehicles. Its range of hatchback, saloon and estate cars are all capable of impressive figures in this specification.
Furthermore, the firm is now building a range of electric and hybrid vehicles to drive efficiency up even further. The V60 plug-in hybrid is capable of 49g/km CO2 emissions with a range of 746 miles, yet will get to 62mph in 6.2 seconds.
As well as cars, Volvo also builds trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine drive systems.