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Volvo Reviews

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Good: High quality saloon that follows same design and feel as the V90.
Bad: Not available until later in 2018. No diesels.
Good: Genuine premium feel with a luxury interior. 2.0-litre diesel engine is impressively quiet and smooth. Excellent ride comfort. Good value for money alongside the competition. 8-speed torque converter auto.
Bad: Limited engine range. Boot is deep but the opening not large.
Good: Very comfortable and refined with excellent ride. Smooth and economical engines. Relaxing to drive.
Bad: Steering too light. Interior feels dated. 2.0 litre Volvo diesel engines suffering EGR problems when run on cheap diesel.
Good: Handsome large estate car with 150PS D3 and 190PS D4 diesel engines. Beautifully appointed. Very smooth and relaxing to drive.
Bad: Diesel engines initially a stop gap to Volvo's forthcoming plug-in hybrid drivetrains.
Good: Beautifully finished cabin. High level of standard equipment. Extremely impressive safety technology.
Bad: Smaller boot than rivals. Apple CarPlay a cost option.
Good: Good value when compared to similar premium off-road estates, strong performance and impressive refinement from both D4 and D5. Excellent seats are ideal for long distances.
Bad: Standard boot space isn't as big as a Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain.
Good: Great ride comfort and general refinement. Good range of efficient engines.
Bad: Not the most practical small SUV. Can quickly get expensive with higher specification models.
Good: Comfortable and classy SUV that can be packed with autonomous safety kit. T8 petrol plug-in hybrid will cover 0-62mph in 5.3 seconds.
Bad: Most of the autonomous kit costs extra. No 'feel' at all to the steering. Not as sharp to drive as its rivals. Has one of the smallest boots in its class.
Good: Incredibly refined and quiet on the move. High quality cabin with room for seven. Well equipped as standard. D5 is smooth yet punchy with good economy. T8 has tax advantages.
Bad: Gargantuan size can make parking a challenge. Petrol engine is pricier than the diesel. T8 hybrid only does 35-40mpg in normal driving. Complaints of recurrent software glitches.
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