4WD/AWD, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera, Navigation System
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 34K Miles, White/Black
4WD/AWD, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats, Front Seat Heaters, Sunroof(s), Auxiliary Audio Input
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 48K Miles, Blue/Tan
The car was in great condition at time of purchase. Only 26000 miles on a 2010 model in 2013. A very fair price. Car has had no major issues since purchase. Runs quietly and efficiently.
This is my second S80. The first one was a 2001 and when it was all said and done, it had 253,000+ miles on it. You can certainly understand why I wanted another one. The 2001 is stll running well for the new owner. In 2007 Volvo released the new body style for the S80 and I knew immediately what my next car would be. I have received nothing but compliments on this car. Even the guy at Jiffy Lube mentioned how beautiful the upgrade to the old interior is. If you like a simple and clean interior layout, this is your car. The dash isn't cluttered, everything is intuitively positioned and the wood is beautiful. I looked at several of the other cars in this class and their dashes are just too busy and gaudy for my taste. I have heard some people were worried that this car is underpowered with its 3.2 liter 6 cylinder engine and don't think anything can be further from the truth. Of course the 8 cylinder and the Turbo engines are "beefier", but I have no complaints when trying to pass at highway speeds or needing to power myself out of harm's way in the city. I commend Volvo for making changes that improve the ownership experience. Ever change a Volvo headlight on a pre-2007 model? The one clip removal of the new headlight assembly will be a pleasant surprise. The only caveat for this car and all the cars in this class is fuel economy. Realistically, you can barely call it that. These cars love gas and aren't shy about it, but if you're looking in this car class it's a pretty even playing field. The manual says the S80 3.2 can burn regular gas. Many people prefer premium, but I'm very happy with mid-grade. I drive between 2500 and 3000 miles monthly so I wanted a car I like and a car that's safe. I like the idea of having the odds in my favor to walk away from a serious accident if I'm unfortunate enough to have one. There are lots of safe cars, but Volvo is definately at or near the top of that list. This car is comfortable, great looking, and a joy to drive. I'm very happy with my purchase.
This car just glides if the road is smooth enough. You never get tired of driving this vehicle. Except that the cup holder is weak and parts are expensive, I would drive this vehicle for life time. I have driven a volvo that is a later year model and found that drive is not nearly as smooth. If you want a Volvo, buy an old one (before 2000 models).