The Volvo XC70 remains mostly unchanged for 2013 with the exception of a few notable features. Active High Beam technology automatically dims the headlights for oncoming traffic while Tunnel Detection automatically turns the headlights on in a tunnel. The Road Sign Information Support system is also new, which helpfully displays road signs in the instrument cluster of the vehicle.
Smooth ride and handling; all-wheel-drive versatility; cargo room; excellent turbocharged power in T6; ample standard safety features
Volvo has always set the bar high when it comes to safety, and the XC70 exemplifies that. With either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive available, buyers are able to choose the wagon that best suits their needs. Healthy output from both available engines adds performance appeal to the XC70, and with a smooth ride, plenty of cargo capacity and competitive pricing, the Volvo XC70 makes a strong case against rival wagons from BMW, Audi and Mercedes.
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