Volvo is an auto manufacturer known for its great safety record in the family cars it produces. Formed in Sweden in 1927, they released many models and then updated them periodically until 1999 when it was bought by Ford. For the popular modern models from the automaker, you can find PDF versions of the owner’s manuals on this page.
Browse by Volvo Model (7 in total)
S60The first S60s were hitting the road in the year 2000 to replace the V70 model before it. As you would expect from a Volvo, the safety rating for the car has been constantly at 5 out of 5 stars with both Euro NCAP and NHTSA
S90/V902016 was the year that the S90 entered production after it took over from the S80. It shares its platform with many other models from the Finnish automaker including the S60, XC90 and XC60
V70Replacing both the 850 and 940 models in 1996, the V70 became the company's executive car offering. Modern examples of the vehicle are built on the Ford C-Max chassis and can be bought with a performance trim called the T6
XC40Introduced in 2018, the XC40 is the first luxury compact crossover SUV from Volvo. It is built on top of the larger XC60 chassis and features impressive technology for such a small vehicle such as a plug-in hybrid system
XC60In 2008 the XC60 came onto the market as the company's luxury crossover CUV model. Mechanically the car is very similar to the Land Rover Freelander as both companies were owned by Ford at the time of design. [...]
XC70This XC70 model is the more off-road-capable version of the V70. It is complemented by tougher bumpers and panels with higher ground clearance. Inside the car is also improved with more grab handles for passengers to steady themselves
XC90The XC90 is the largest SUV offering from Volvo and is originally classed as a mid-size SUV. Many motoring publications have spoken highly about this model and its practicallity. Modern models are classed as crossover SUVs due to the offroad equipment being removed
They did try to merge with Saab during the 1970s but the merger was blocked by the government, lucky considering what happened to Saab in the 2000s.
The company has been involved in the production of buses, trucks and construction vehicles.
Among its range of automobiles, you will see that they all fit into the “family” market in one way or another. Appealing to different aspects of that market they have carved out a name for themselves prioritizing safety, reliability and build quality.
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