Review 5 of 119|
from Secor Volvo
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The strength in this case was the response from the dealership. We had a sit down meeting with sales manager, repair manager salesman and customer. We were treated with respect, given a loaner and the next day had a new 2004 V70 AWD, free mats and even a small refund. Top notch dealer and that counts a lot. This is my second V70AWD...love the car. Going to stick with it and check in on the sedan in about three years. Safety-safety-safety. That is a real big strength with Volvo.
Side mirrors a bit small. Can't see radio display in daylight. I hate all cup holders. Not much of a negative list when you get down to it.
Traded in my V70AWD 2001 for a 2004 S80Took it back after 53 miles because of a transmission whistle. Dealer was upfront and said they whistle sometimes at various speeds. Liked the car, nice ride, perfect workmanship. Small side mirrors. Great looking quality car. But I went back to a 2004 V70 AWD Wagon.
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Had Saabs and Volvos since 1975. If Saab had a AWD sedan I would check it out.