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2015 Volvo S60

New 2015 Volvo S60 See 2014

MSRP: $33,300 to $45,700
Invoice: $31,302 to $42,958

2015 Volvo S80

New 2015 Volvo S80 See 2014

MSRP: $40,500 to $48,150
Invoice: $38,070 to $45,261

2015 Volvo V60

New 2015 Volvo V60

MSRP: $35,300 to $47,300
Invoice: $33,182 to $44,462

2015 Volvo XC60

New 2015 Volvo XC60 See 2014

MSRP: $35,750 to $49,800
Invoice: $33,605 to $46,812

2015 Volvo XC70

New 2015 Volvo XC70 See 2014

MSRP: $35,400 to $45,650
Invoice: $33,276 to $42,911

2014 Volvo XC90

New 2014 Volvo XC90

MSRP: $39,700 to $47,400
Invoice: $37,318 to $44,556

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Volvo Overview

Maker of some of the safest cars on the road, Volvo returns with a smaller lineup of passenger cars and SUVs for 2014.

(The C30 and C70 have been discontinued.)

For 2014, Volvo has given subtle front styling tweaks to several of its models, including the S60 and S80 sedans, the XC60 crossover, and the XC70 wagon. Last year, headlight washers and rain-sensing windshield wipers were added as standard equipment to every model.

The S60 midsize luxury sedan is the most exciting car Volvo offers when it comes to performance, featuring a trio of turbocharged engines and an adjustable chassis which changes to suit your mood, whether it be for a more composed ride or sporty hijinks.

Topping off Volvo’s lineup of passenger cars is the S80 which is filled with luxurious touches like hand-finished wood trim along the dash and steering wheel, and perforated leather seating surfaces. The five-seat S80 offers HD radio and Volvo’s Sensus system as standard equipment.

The compact XC60 crossover comes standard with Volvo’s City Safety system, which can detect obstacles and brakes the car at low speeds to avoid collisions if the driver fails to do so. It features 18-inch alloy wheels and a standard leather-wrapped steering wheel.

The XC70 wagon seats five passengers across two rows and was built with family friendliness in mind, sporting features like available built-in rear booster seats and a powered tailgate. It also has plenty of off-road capability making it a very well rounded option for families on the go.

Rounding things out is the seven-seat XC90 midsize crossover, which got refreshed exterior styling in 2013 and instead adds new wheels and a new trim (3.2 R-Design) which offers a few more interior goodies like a digital compass, garage door opener, and grocery bag holders.

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