New Car Buying Center – The 2010 Volvo V70


 






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There have been slight changes to the Volvo V70 for 2010. As a FWD only the V70 has two trim levels (V70 3.2 and the V70 3.2 Premium) and an R-Design Package is available. The Volvo V70 is equipped with a 3.2-litre,

Our unique wagon design meets highly-engineered performance!

235-horsepower, in-line six cylinder engine producing 236 lb.-ft. of torque. It comes standard in a 6-speed automatic transmission.

The entry-level V70 3.2 comes standard with: 16″ alloy wheels, dual-zone Electronic Climate Control, Dynamic Stability and Traction Control, Bluetooth, power driver’s seat with memory, heated front seats, T-tec seating surfaces and a 6-speaker audio system.  Stand alone options are: metallic paint and dual-stage integrated booster cushions for the rear seats.

The 3.2 Premium adds a list of additional features as standard equipment and includes: sunroof, leather seating surfaces, power tailgate, Blind Spot Information System, 8-speaker audio system and power passenger seat. Two option packages are available. The first, a Luxury Package (Active Bending Lights, Four-C active chassis, front and rear parking assistance, heated rear seats or dual-stage integrated booster cushions, speed sensitive steering and rain sensing wipers).  The second, is the Tech Package (Premium Sound system with 12 DynAudio speaker, a 650-watt amplifier and Dolby Pro Logic II Surround Sound processing, 6-disc in-dash CD changer, satellite radio, Personal Car Communicator (PCC) with keyless drive and Collision Avoidance System (CAS)). In order to add the Tech Package you must also include the Luxury Package. Available options specific for the 3.2 Premium include: wood inlays and wood steering wheel.

The available R-Design Package on the 2010 V70 includes: 18″ alloy wheels, active bending lights, parking assist front and rear, heated rear seats, metallic paint, lowered sport chassis, rear spoiler and rain sensor. Other elements of the R-Design include: sport exhaust tips, grille and steering wheel with R-Design emblem, sport aluminium inlays, gear shift knob with aluminium inlays.

Stand alone options for both the Premium and R-Design Package include: bright roof rails, child booster seats, navigation and the rear seat dual DVD sytem.

What is the Personal Car Communictor (PCC)

Within 100 metres of the V70 this system on the key fob will notify the driver if the car is locked, unlocked, if the alarm was activated and if a heartbeat has been detected inside the vehicle at the press of a button. Beyond 100 meters, the driver can check if the “lock” button was pressed when the wagon was left.

What is the Collision Avoidance System (CAS)

This system utilizes long-range radar and a short-range digital camera to deliver a Collision Warning system with Auto Brake that will visually and audibly warn the driver of a potential collision and autonomously apply up to 50 per cent braking power should a collision become imminent. CAS also adds Lane Departure Warning, Distance Alert to help maintain a safe distance to the vehicle in front and Driver Alert to evaluate the driver’s control of the vehicle and warn them if there is increased likelihood they are asleep or distracted.

More About the Volvo Line-Up You Might Not Know

The V70’s body structure as well as the rest of the Volvo line-up, is composed of four kinds of steel to distribute collision energy around the passenger cabin. The interior is equipped with a collapsible steering column, a full complement of airbags and the company’s unique Volvo Whiplash Protection System to reduce the likelihood of soft tissue injuries in a rear-end collision.  The V70 is also equipped with braking aids such as ABS and Electronic Brake Force Distribution. Security features include approach and “Home Safe” lighting to illuminate the area around and in front of the vehicle to bring attention to any hazards, such as ice.

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