Volvo C70

Price $52,500 – $57,400
Fuel consumption 7.0 – 11.8 L/100km
The Car Guide rating 75%(view ratings)
Sweden’s C70 convertible is still very similar to what it was when it launched in 2006, so a major overhaul is expected by the end of the year. In the meantime, a 2.5L 5-cylinder engine generating 227 horsepower and 236 lbs.-ft. of torque powers the vehicle. Only one transmission, a 5-speed automatic, is available. The C70’s competition includes the Audi A5 and the BMW 3 Series.

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Los AngelesVolvo C70 Inscription: All Black or All White
At the Los Angeles Auto Show, Volvo plans to shine the spotlight on several different models that have been fine-tuned for 2012. One of these featured vehicles will be the elegant special edition C70 convertible coupe dubbed the “Inscription”. Only 500 of these will be offered in North America, and …
NewsVolvo C70 no. 50,000 - The Sapphire Black beauty has reached its owner
Number 50,000 of the second generation of Volvo C70 has been handed over to its German owner, Harald Kirschey from Olpe. The Sapphire Black convertible is featuring a D5 turbocharged diesel engine with 180 hp (132 kW) and automatic transmission, including Geartronic function. It was handed over at the dealership …


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