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Luxury and capability, Swedish style!
We’re gonna need a bigger box
Blue does green fast
Barbara Davidson and an XC60
The air is elektrisk
Australia’s weird, mate
Rebel Blue goes green
Plus adds a more efficient gas and T8 plug-in engine options
MSRP in the mid-40s
Coast-to-coast, hands-free? Almost
Choose your powertrain adventure.
First all-new XC60 in nine years
Volvo, take the wheel
Volvo’s electric starlight
Compact crossover coming quickly
Touchscreens and tuning knobs
By popular demand, here are some tips to shop smart for a used high-end luxury car
The arrival of autonomous cars is impending
Used copies of Volvo’s top-dog S80 sedan pack AWD, flagship-level Swedish luxury, and under-the-radar looks – for under $30,000!
For the first time, there are no V8s to be found
Allows owners to request maintenance, a car wash or even a fuel-up, without getting behind the wheel themselves
Faulty belt buckle could leave passenger unrestrained in a crash
Pricing and trim levels for Volvo’s newest wagons
Moisture could affect sensitive electronic components
Volvo shows off their newest off-road wagon
This Volvo’s long on safety, luxury, and rear legroom
A look at the history, evolution, and inner workings of the seatbelt system.
It’s a big jump for the ride-sharing company
The hot blue Volvos are on the way, but in small numbers
A look at the look of future small Volvos
Compact concept to be officially revealed next week
The up and coming biggest luxury market gets all the fun new toys. And so much rear leg room.
Google, Ford, and Volvo, are joining ride-sharing companies Lyft and Uber to lobby the U.S. Government to introduce laws and regulations that will accelerate the development of autonomous vehicle technology.
Here are Ward’s 10 Best Interiors for 2016.
Check out our list of sensible and practical performance models from the used market, ready for year-round use.
With a Rebel Blue yell, Volvo cries more, more, more horsepower
The S90 With Extra Room in the Back.
All the small things.
An exhibition of concepts realized.
Year of the Coupe
Volvo lets a little girl run rampant in one of their trucks.
Nerrrrrrrds! Cars that mattered to the average consumer made a big splash at the LA Auto Show.
When I first began watching Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee series (CICGC from now on; WAY easier), as a car guy, I was a little taken aback. I guess I thought it would be a little more “Top Gear Star in a Reasonably Priced Car” than “Jay Leno’s Garage” (more on the famous…
Winter wagon season is coming.
Funny things car companies do to win your hearts and minds.
Picture this: It’s 5:15 pm at the end of a hectic day at work. Home is a 32 km commute away – normally a 40 minute trip, but the traffic radio says it’s bumper-to-bumper out there today so you’ll be lucky to make it home in an hour. Pick the wrong car, and it’s going…
Watching the season premiere on Sunday, we asked ourselves: if the characters of The Game of Thrones lived in the here and now, what would they drive? What would appeal most to them when they trade horses for horsepower? True to the show, we had an all-out war (of words) before the entire affair was…
No traffic jams, no collisions, no driver fatigue! Wait a minute: that was a prediction from 1956, where “electronic devices” embedded in the road would control traffic. And cars would be powered by electricity, look like Cadillacs or Imperials, and have bubble roofs. Tags: apple, audi, autonomous, cadillac, driverless, Ford, google, mercedes-benz, nhtsa, nissan, rinspeed,…
The wonderful world of concept cars is filled with fanciful, cutting edge and forward-thinking designs, and these are the concepts that prefaced leaps in automotive design and technology, and some that are just plain cool. Tags: alfa romeo, bmw, buick, cadillac, chevrolet, concept, concept vehicles, Dodge, ferrari, Ford, general motors, GM, hybrid, jeep, Lamborghini, lancia,…
When it comes to best-selling vehicles, most people should be reasonably aware of Canadians’ preference for the Honda Civic and Ford F-Series. Even our neighbours to the south share the big Ford’s appreciation, but car-wise, prefer the larger Toyota Camry. But what about the hundreds of other countries around the world? Some should be familiar,…
Owning an actual spaceship is a ridiculous idea. Largely, that’s because spaceships are difficult to park, conspicuous, and prohibitively pricey to fuel and insure. Plus, full-throttle operation vaporizes anything within a half-mile radius, and all of your fellow motorists will know you’re a great big geek. Tags: audi, bmw, cadillac, chrysler, design, kia, lincoln, porsche,…
Article and photos by Brendan McAleer and Mark Stevenson, additional photos courtesy of the manufacturers Sure, January 1 was two weeks ago, but when you’re talking about cars, it’s the North American International Auto Show in Detroit that marks the beginning of a new year. Running now through to January 25, this is the show…
It seems hardly fair to talk about weird Japanese automotive ads without recognizing that, yes, car commercials tend to be big-budget, convoluted affairs no matter where you are in the world. In North America, however, the vast majority of ads focus on discounts and financing offers. Very rarely do they promote the brand itself. But…
Last of the old Volvos heading to Los Angeles
It’s thanksgiving this weekend: a special time of year where people everywhere get together with loved ones, hastily shovel poultry, potatoes and gravy into their yaps, and then ignore the mountain of dishes while struggling to fight off the tryptophan coma and stay awake past the 8 o’clock news. Thanksgiving is also a time to…
With less than 100,000 miles on the clock, this classic two-owner Volvo 122S is in remarkably good shape for its age.
Justin shares his favourite winter-ready used rides by price-point, and some tips on shopping smart for the one that interests you.
The smart way to make a luxury purchase.