2009 Volvo S80 & Review

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2009 S80 #8211; Review

Unlike the past, it is hard to identify in the exactly who Volvo is trying to to. For years their reputation was on virtually unparalleled safety and features that gave to both tank-like boxy and a passionate following of Volvo-ites who be honest) most likely had patches on at least one blazer in closet.

Driving a Volvo was like a of honor that said, could afford a Mercedes, but not that shallow.#8221; We all know things have gone there. The competition got up to speed most if not all of Volvo#8217;s safety and while under the guidance of quality and reliability that had a mainstay of the brand fell off a

Which makes the 2009 S80 and the forthcoming revision in 2010 more important. This is not flash in the pan #8220;crossover,#8221; SUV or two-door With the exception of perhaps the nothing is as important to the Swedish than reestablishing the S80 as the most economical and reliable luxury on the market.

Performance

Typically when #8220;performance,#8221; engine size, horsepower and 0-60 mph numbers are out as an indication of a cars guts (or thereof). But it is fitting with the S80 to with one of their historically points: safety. A relief for is the S80#8242;s reclaiming for 2009 of safety appointments.

  The list of technologies goes way beyond the airbags and ABS that we are all accustomed to on the cheapest of vehicles.  High-end features include  a warning system, an optional cruise control system to rear-end collisions along an #8220;Auto Brake#8221; mode reduces brake reaction lane-departure warning and a security that contains a heartbeat to detect unwanted visitors crouching in the backseat.

  Other standard equipment antilock disc brakes, side airbags featuring chambers for chest and hip protection, side curtain airbags, front head restraints and pre-tensioners in all five positions.  In you can be assured that almost possible safety feature on the market is contained within the Volvo S80.

Fuel Efficiency

EPA estimates for the S80 wildly from the 16 and 25 mpg in city and driving with the 3.2-liter to the rather thirsty 15 and 23 mpg for the T6.  The V8 achieves a slightly worse 15 and 22 mpg in the conditions.

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