How many miles can a Volvo V70 last?

How many miles can a Volvo V70 last?

200,000 miles
That being said, with the proper care the average lifespan of a Volvo is typically 20 years with over 200,000 miles.

Can you sleep in the back of a Volvo V70?

No. Later models of the V70 are known for being exceptionally safe on the road, and they’re fairly affordable too, so they’re a great choice for anyone who needs to both sleep in their car and travel around.

What kind of engine does the Volvo V70 have?

The V70 is a front-wheel drive wagon that seats five passengers. It is powered by either a 168 hp 2.4-liter inline five-cylinder engine or a 208 hp turbocharged 2.5-liter inline five-cylinder. The non-turbo engine is controlled by either a five-speed manual or automatic transmission.

Is the Volvo V70 wagon a good car?

Very reliable car. The Volvo V70 is a very comfortable ride and good handling. Has more than enough pick up to get onto the highway. Great for trips or moving (have use it several times to move.)

Can you sleep in a Volvo?

You can use it as a sleeping environment, a living room, a mobile office, or an entertainment space. Because there is no driver’s area required, the space is available to seat up to three rows of passengers, or if it’s just you, then it becomes a private cabin.

Which cars are big enough to sleep in?

Best cars for sleeping in

  • Honda Jazz.
  • Honda Civic Tourer.
  • Ford Grand Tourneo Connect.
  • Mini Clubman.
  • Skoda Superb Estate.
  • Citroen Berlingo.
  • Seat Ateca.
  • Audi Q5.

Are there any problems with the Volvo S70?

Other problem, with vibration on one side mostly cleared up with strut on one side diagnosed and both replaced. The bushings may need to be replaced too. Our experience with V70 and S70 models is front-end problems that include tie rods and ball joint replacements are common.

Are there recalls on the 2007 Volvo XC70?

The 2007 Volvo V70/XC70 has been recalled 1 time by NHTSA. View Recalls Reliability indicates how models have performed in the past, providing the basis for predicting how the vehicles will hold up in the year ahead.

What kind of car is the Volvo V70?

The V70 settles down a little bit at speed, though, making it an adept motorway cruiser. Body roll is well controlled, although the vague steering discourages you from driving enthusiastically.

Why does my Volvo V70 have blue smoke?

Blue smoke from the exhaust pipe on start-up and a shortage of engine power are signs that you should walk away, because it can cost more than £1000 to fix. The indicator stalk on the V70 has a button marked ‘Read’. Pressing and holding it will display any faults that the car’s on-board computer is aware of.