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The Volvo V70 car is divided into generations:
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The Volvo V70 is a business-class estate car. The "V" in the name symbolizes the car's versatility, which, like other Volvo cars, is highly practical. Inside the car, there is a large and comfortable luggage compartment with nets and tie-downs to ensure luggage stability, as well as foldable rear seats.
Although the design of the Volvo V70 instrument panel is beautiful, it is somewhat complex, with many small, poorly marked buttons and a confusing menu. Despite this, the interior is of high quality, which unfortunately cannot be said for the ride quality: even small road irregularities can be felt while driving.
All of these factors led to the discontinuation of production of the Volvo V70 model in 2016, after three generations.
Technical specifications may vary depending on the modifications made to the car. The table below shows an overview of Volvo V70 technical specifications.
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Volvo V70 I (1997-2000)
The first generation Volvo V70 is an evolution of the highly successful Volvo 850. The "V" in the model name symbolizes versatility, which the model is known for.
At the time of its release, the Volvo V70 was not an entirely new car, and similarities with the Volvo 850 are easy to spot: the form, doors, and some other body details were maintained. However, the slightly more rounded edges gave the car a subtler look. This change was the first step in moving away from a rough and angular design.
The first-generation V70 features leather-upholstered seats, a three-CD changer, and even a kind of navigation system with a remote control. It also has a dual-zone climate control system and an automatic gearbox. In the 1990s, this was an advanced car.
Under the hood, the most popular Volvo V70 engine is a five-cylinder, 2.4-liter gasoline engine. The V70 is also available with an all-wheel-drive system. A significant advantage of this wagon is the independent rear suspension of AWD models.
As with any other Volvo, safety is a priority in this model. The driver airbag and ABS are standard equipment on the first-generation V70. This model also has reinforced side door protection.
When Ford Motor Company acquired Volvo in 1999, they began to incorporate Ford technologies into their models. Nevertheless, the car remained distinctly Swedish.
The Swedish minimalism of the second generation Volvo V70 is evident from its unchanging design. As the car continued to move away from rough, sharp shapes, the second generation Volvo V70 began to resemble the S60, with a similar front end, made on the same P2 platform, and with an identical air resistance coefficient of 0.30.
Inside, everything is minimalistic, with buttons and controls easily accessible, and the central dashboard slanting slightly towards the driver's side. The car's rear features foldable seats divided into 40/20/40 segments, allowing the trunk to expand from 485 liters to 1641 liters, although it is not the largest trunk capacity in this class.
Under the hood of the second-generation V70, Volvo offers a six-cylinder, five-cylinder, diesel, or gasoline engine. Depending on the trim level, the V70 comes with either a five- or six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission.
Volvo V70 II facelift (2005–2008)
In 2005, all P2 platform Volvo cars were slightly improved. The front facade was changed, the rear and front lights were replaced with clear ones, and the central console and instrument panel details were also updated. There were minor changes to the electrical system, and some engines received a particulate filter. A new 6-speed automatic transmission was also introduced.
The third-generation Volvo V70 debuted in 2007 when Volvo was fully owned by Ford Motor Company. Built on the same Ford EUCD platform, it was very close to the brand's flagship, the S80.
The exterior of the third-generation V70 was completely different from the angular shapes of its predecessors, with almost no flat surfaces on the entire car. Even the roof was slightly curved and sloping downwards towards the rear doors. Inside, the Swedish minimalist design language continued - the panel was not cluttered with buttons, and it featured unique design airflow controls that resembled the shape of a seated passenger, as demanded by Volvo. The V70 was designed with comfort in mind, and its interior is considered one of the most comfortable in the entire automotive industry. In the rear seats, more space was left for passenger comfort, addressing criticism of the previous model.
Under the hood of the V70, Volvo offered a wide range of engines with power ranging from 118 to 304 horsepower, depending on the choice, and power was transmitted to the front or all wheels.
Volvo V70 III facelift (2011-2013)
The 2012 V70 model was slightly improved. The simple front bumper was replaced with a bumper with chrome accents, and the Volvo logo was enlarged. The indicators on the side mirrors were changed to LED, and the design was updated, along with the rear light cluster. New optional lightweight alloy wheels and more car colors were added to this Volvo V70 model.
Volvo V70 III facelift (2014-2016)
In 2014, Volvo decided to renew the V70 again. In this facelift version, Volvo changed the appearance of the rear of the car - a new design rear bumper, new taillights and new trim details were installed. During this update, the car was equipped with new technologies, such as the "Sensus Connected Touch" information and entertainment system with an adaptive digital TFT (thin-film transistor) screen. The car also has heated front windows, a heated steering wheel, active high beam control, a redesigned gear shifter, and the "IntelliSafe" active safety system. New, less polluting engines were also installed.