Well that wasn’t very angry at all.
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It’s more of a Q3 competitor than a Q5. Or a BMW X1.
It looks really good with the light blue color.
It’s essentially a lease, but you pay tax and title, so it’s not really a rental.
We got it up to around 80 mph, so I don’t see why not.
It really does, but then again, I enjoy the sublime pleasure of absolutely absurd sky-high New York City insurance rates. If you live in West Bumtown, Nebraska, though, you might be better off with a traditional financing or lease deal.
It’s on the outside this time:
We’ve been told the insurance stays with the car, not the driver. So whoever gets into it. Volvo’s also got this digital key system set up through an app on your phone, so you don’t even really need a physical key to drive the car. You can theoretically let anyone in the world drive it, and there shouldn’t be any…
So, the front seats are extremely comfortable, as is typical of most Volvos. That being said, the dirty not-so-secret about press trips is that all manufacturers try to rig the game a little bit. In this case, they took us to what must be the smoothest roads in the world outside Barcelona, which meant it was extremely…
So far all I’ve seen is the latter
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I like it!
If I had to guess, I’d say 2019, but Volvo was being suuuuuper cagey if the U.S. would get it.
I only drove the AWD with the T5 engine. Nothing about a plug-in hybrid version, only that there will be one, eventually.
I find Blind Spot assist features sort of essential in a lot of modern cars, though the Volvo’s blind spots aren’t so bad. The Park Assist stuff will come in extremely helpful if you live in a city and you’ve got to maneuver tight spaces on the regular, less so if you’re usually just parking in a driveway or whatever.