Volvo Reviews

7/10
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The average score of all new Volvo models on sale.
£20,840 - £71,370
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£4,700
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12 Volvo models

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6/10
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£20,840 - £41,585
Swedish premium saloon gets top marks for safety and comfort
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AVG. SAVING £4,915
8/10
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£35,620 - £58,055
Luxurious executive saloon is a worthy alternative to German rivals
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AVG. SAVING £4,275
6/10
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£21,410 - £30,485
Executive hatchback leads class for safety
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AVG. SAVING £4,580
6/10
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£25,110 - £30,695
A rugged hatchback with optional four-wheel drive
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AVG. SAVING £3,528
8/10
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£31,810 - £40,860
A handsome family car with a smart interior and a big boot
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6/10
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£22,080 - £53,325
Stylish estate is fun to drive and safe
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5/10
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£30,650 - £39,395
Stylish, but not very spacious
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AVG. SAVING £5,810
7/10
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£37,620 - £60,055
Safe and stylish alternative to established competition
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AVG. SAVING £6,520
7/10
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£42,520 - £57,435
Jacked-up V90 estate with four-wheel drive
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AVG. SAVING £1,277
9/10
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£27,610 - £37,620
Smart-looking small SUV that’s super safe
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AVG. SAVING £5,221
8/10
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£37,770 - £59,770
A stylish SUV with an upmarket, roomy interior
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AVG. SAVING £6,713
8/10
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£50,435 - £71,370
Large family SUV with a stylish cabin and seven seats
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About Volvo cars

Volvo has become famous for an unflinching ability to push the boundaries of vehicle safety – it pioneered the three-point seatbelt and the current line-up features some of the safest cars on sale.

The current model range includes Volvo's flagship seven-seater XC90 SUV and the luxurious S90 saloon and V90 estate – a trio of cars that signal Volvo's eagerness to prise sales from the likes of Mercedes and BMW.

Older cars are less plush, but S60 and V60 still offer cheap running costs and a bewildering array of safety features, and even the entry-level V40 feels like a high-quality product.