The Volvo V70 is a comfortable, practical, nicely finished car, with a lot of utility, and it's pleasant to drive.
There aren't many things worse than a Sadie Hawkins dance, and while they've gone pretty much gone by the wayside, that's exactly what Volvo is finding itself in at the moment.
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In the never-ending game of automotive safety one-upmanship, manufacturers are employing increasingly advanced collision avoidance technology.
New Volvo eye-monitoring sensors could bring us one step closer to autonomous driving.
Debuting at the Geneva Motor Show next week, Active High Beam Control will soon become available in the updated 2014 Volvo S60, V60, and XC60, making them safer and more comfortable while driving at night.