The Volvo XC70 costs 3,000 euros on Mobile.de. The model proved its resilience in a frontal impact with a TIR

The name Volvo is definitely synonymous. The three-point seat belt is considered a cornerstone in terms of passenger safety, with Volvo being a pioneer in this field.

In addition, the cars produced by the Swedish brand are among the safest on the market. The best-known model in this category is the Volvo XC90 SUV, but it is not safe to offer increased protection in the event of an impact.

According to a video released a few years ago, his brother, the Volvo XC70, also proved his qualities as a durable car.

Being the safest station wagon ever built by Volvo, the XC70 benefits from a full range of safety features, including the standard side impact protection system (SIPS) with side airbags and air curtain (IC), seat belts with pyrotechnic pretensioners in all places, as well as the ISO-FIX fixing system for rear-facing child safety seats.

The Volvo XC70 embodies everything that has made Volvo the world leader in premium station wagons and beyond. The XC70 combines unparalleled flexibility, comfort and maneuverability without compromising Volvo’s long tradition of quality, safety and durability.

The Volvo XC70 is perfect for those looking for the best vehicle for an active lifestyle.

The Volvo XC70 costs 3,000 euros on Mobile.de

Such a second-hand copy (year of first registration – 2005) can be purchased for 3,000 euros from Mobile.de. The car has a mileage of 412,000 km.

Under the hood is a 2,400 cm³ diesel engine that produces 120 kW (163 hp). The car has an automatic transmission and all-wheel drive.

The surfaces of the leather-covered seats offer a luxurious feel, but there are also obvious signs of wear. The highest quality materials were present everywhere at the time of the launch of the Volvo XC70.

The rear seats are 40/20/40 folding, with three positions, and the folding front passenger seat and the generous, carpeted cargo space allow for maximum flexibility.


Source: Promotor by www.promotor.ro.

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