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2004 Volvo XC70


The vehicle: Rugged good looks and all-road/all-weather capability matched with urban sophistication and ultimate versatility, the Volvo XC70 has been an exceptional sales success for Volvo Cars of Canada Ltd. The second generation XC70 has bridged the gap between the traction and carrying capacity of an SUV, and the ride, handling and comfort of a fine European wagon for drivers who want the best of both worlds.


What's New?

  • Steering feel and precision are improved with new ratios and optional speed-sensitive steering
  • New remote door lock with integrated key, new instrument treatment, optional Bi-Xenon clear lens headlamps with automatic level adjuster, new exterior colours and option packages
  • New optional 16" wheels


Key facts

  • With the introduction last year of the new 2.5T engine, 5-speed automatic transmission and electronically controlled all-wheel drive, the XC70 has enhanced power and drivability in all conditions while qualifying as an Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV)
  • The high level of standard equipment (from sunroof, fog lights, heated mirrors and seats, leather, etc.) to ultimate interior flexibility (40-20-40 split folding rear seat with removable middle backrest, dual-zone climate control), XC70 has earned a reputation as being a complete luxury vehicle that is equally at home in a sophisticated urban environment or a rugged outdoor setting
  • Dimensionally similar to the Volvo V70 wagon, the XC70 enjoys increased ground clearance and taller wheels and Pirelli Scorpion tires for the difficult roads and trails that take active owners to their outdoor adventures
  • The current generation Volvo XC70 was introduced in 2001


Price: $49,495

XC70 (2007), Special Interests, 2004
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