The Volvo XC70 is not a fully-fledged 4×4, but what it is is an ordinary estate car-based off-roader that comes with SUV style. Sounds like a mouthful, doesn’t it? The good news is that this car has some real off-road ability, and is perfect for buyers who want exactly that plus a bit of SUV pizzazz without going for a complete 4×4. Let’s take a closer look at what the Volvo XC70 offers.
The Volvo XC70 is something of a monolith, weighing in at nearly 1.9 tonnes and coming with a very high centre of gravity. This means that it isn’t exactly what you’d call the quintessential ‘drivers car’ but it does have a lot of good points. Essentially, it drives pretty much like a standard V70, with ride quality better when you’re driving it at high speeds on straight roads. But unlike the V70, you can take the new Volvo
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