2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
112,494 Miles | Chattanooga, TN
$6,995
est. $101/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
102,166 Miles | St Peters, MO
$8,772
est. $126/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
93,259 Miles | Charleston, SC
$10,985
est. $158/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
102,327 Miles | Statesville, NC
$8,500
est. $123/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
113,797 Miles | Attleboro, MA
$8,995
est. $130/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
66,535 Miles | North Ridgeville, OH
$11,985
est. $173/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
97,000 Miles | Seekonk, MA
$8,250
est. $119/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
85,820 Miles | Garden Grove, CA
$8,985
est. $130/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
45,875 Miles | Montgomeryville, PA
$11,995
est. $173/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
113,980 Miles | North Hampton, NH
$9,450
est. $136/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
79,499 Miles | Lynbrook, NY
$9,985
est. $144/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
116,351 Miles | Milwaukee, WI
$9,069
est. $131/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
104,599 Miles | Gulfport, MS
$8,750
est. $126/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
126,744 Miles | Hudson, NH
$6,999
est. $101/mo

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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
167,791 Miles | Abilene, TX
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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
158,202 Miles | Glenside, PA
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2011 Volvo S80

2011 Volvo S80
203,537 Miles | Indianapolis, IN
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2011 Volvo S80 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 Volvo S80 - This S40's styling reflects Volvo's more curvaceous aesthetic while the cabin featured an upscale vibe along with the company's trademark ultra-slim center stack design. The driving position was snug and comfortable, but adults seated in the rear might fi

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Los Angeles, California
Overall
2.0
Value
3.0
Performance
1.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
2.0
I like it Volvo added safety features to the S40 and made minor styling changes to the headlights and interior. The company also brought out a new five-speed automatic transmission. For 2003, power was increased to 170 hp, and a CD player became standard. In 2004, Volvo added an LSE trim to the lineup to sustain interest in the car until the current generation launched later in the year. A four-speed automatic transmission delivered power to the front wheels, and there was no manual transmission or AWD option. Standard features included ABS, automatic climate control, power windows and locks, and heated mirrors, while features like leather upholstery and a power driver seat were optional. He seats are very nice and designed to mold very well to your body, much more comfortable than my ... (more)
Story
I ordered this car last May and took delivery in January. Since then it has been in the shop 12 days for a myriad of ailments. "Hybrid System Failure" warning had it in the shop 8 days. Parking brake failure and alarm had it in the shop 4 days. The touch screen cuts in and out while driving, sometimes the windows won't roll down, it wouldn't shut off once. Lots of electrical glitches. The batt... (more)
Pros
8 -way power driver seat Passenger seat with manual adjustable lumbar support Driver seat with manual adjustable lumbar support Height adjustable driver seat Height adjustable passenger seat Cloth Bucket front seats Remote keyless power door locks Power mirrors Heated mirrors 2 one-touch power windows Cruise control Front and rear cup holders Front door pockets Remote trunk release Retained accessory power
Cons
Overly busy and firm ride quality; base engine comes up short on performance and real-world fuel economy; some touch screen controls are hard to use.