2007 Volvo XC90 AWD 4dr V8 $14,900
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Engine: 4.4L 311.0hp
Trim: AWD 4dr V8
2007 Volvo XC90 AWD 4dr V8 Vehicle Options:
Air Conditioning, Alarm, Passenger Air Bag, AM/FM stereo, Power door locks, Auxiliary Power Oulet, Power Driver Mirror, Bucket Seats, Power Driver Seat, CD Player, Power Passenger Seat, CD Changer, Power Steering, Child Safety Lock, Power Windows, Child Seat, Premium Sound, Climate Control, Rain Sensing Wipers, Cruise Control, Rear AC, Driver Air Bag, Dual Zone AC, Rear Window Defroster, Electronic Stability Control Rollover Protection System, Entertainment System Satellite Radio, Fog Lamps, Seat Memory, Heated Driver Seat Side Air Bag, Heated Mirrors, Steering wheel controls, HID Headlights, Sunroof/Moonroof, Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors, Tilt Wheel, Keyless Entry, Tire Pressure Monitoring, Leather Seats, Traction Control, MP3 player Vehicle Anti-Theft System
Priced $3500 Below Kelly Blue Book
2007 Volvo XC90 Rated Top Safety Pick By IIHS
Motor Trend Buyer's Guide reports XC90 distinctively styled, with more than adequate power and useable
Volvo XC90 for Sale
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We've already told you about the slightly more awesome version of the Volvo S60 that our friends Down Under can now get their hands on. And according to Aussie site Drive.com.au, Volvo may look to the land of Oz for future testing of new, Polestar-tuned, high-performance models.
Thu, 18 Sep 2014 16:57:00 EST
Volvo has reportedly confirmed that this S60 Polestar run will be an exercise in testing the acceptance of the Swedish tuner's presence as a proper competitor for things like BMW's M division or Mercedes-Benz's AMG. (A tall order, for sure.) "The world is watching this exercise with much interest," Volvo Cars Australia boss, Matt Braid, told Drive.com.au.
Hans Baath, Polestar Managing Director, reportedly hinted that the tuning house had already begun work on a hotter version of the V40 hatchback, but the project was scrapped in order to get the S60 program rolling. If there's success to be found here, this smaller hot hatch could be revisited, as well as a more powerful version of the XC60 crossover.
Outside of a few notable exceptions, Volvo usually isn't associated with making beautifully curvaceous vehicles. But in the 1960s and early '70s the company proved with the P1800 that its cars didn't only have to be safe but staid family transportation. Underneath that shapely styling were a lot of components from the brand's parts bin, but that didn't bother Roger Moore when he drove one of these in the TV series The Saint. Actually, the future James Bond actor didn't just get behind of one of these; he owned this exact 1967 P1800 S. It's this week's highlight on Jay Leno's Garage.
Tue, 19 Feb 2013 16:31:00 EST
Moore was the car's original owner, but it also appeared in studio scenes of The Saint. Despite its famous provenance, when owner Bill Krzastek bought the P1800 in England, it was in pretty rough shape. The Volvo underwent a nine-month restoration to get it back into shape, which included some new body panels and wheels. Krzastek claims that much of the interior is original, though.
Krzastek comes off has a little bit nerdy, but you have to give him credit. He absolutely loves his Volvo and knows something about practically every detail of his car's history. Krzastek even refinanced his house to fund the purchase and restoration of the P1800. Although, with the right maintenance these old Swedes have been known to go millions of miles. Enjoy this look at one that was a star of the screen in the '60s.
The 2014 model year is going to see big changes for the Volvo lineup. The biggest news is that the "60 cluster" models (the S60, V60 and XC60) are receiving some substantial updates despite not being all that old, and Volvo is also refreshing the S80, V70 and XC70 models. Of course, the 2014 model year also marks the departure of the C30 and C70 from its lineup, and we still have at least a year to wait until we see the redesigned XC90.
Except for the XC90, all of the 2014 Volvos will be getting noticeable design updates. The S60, V60 and XC60 get more in-depth changes, including a full front facelift. All will use an evolution of the "naughty" design that debuted on the S60. The rear of all three cars get some changes, too, most notably consisting of the reshaped rear fascia with the integrated exhaust outlets. S80, V70 and XC70 will get more minor changes - mostly to bring them in line with the fresher models. The XC70 keeps is rugged plastic cladding, but it gets some stylish wheels with what look like arrowhead accents.
Inside, all of these updated models will new in-car technology such as the Sensus Connected Touch infotainment system and the adaptive digital display with a TFT (thin film transistor) screen. This reconfigurable screen allows the driver to choose between three different themes - Elegance, Eco and Performance - which changes the color and layout of the background. Other new features include heated windshields, Active High Beam Control for the headlights, paddle shifters for a little added driver involvement and IntelliSafe active safety systems (City Safety, Pedestrian Detection and Road Sign Information) The S80, V70 and XC70 will also add heated steering wheels to their respective options sheets, too.