The 2012 Volvo XC70 is a crossover wagon providing comfort and stability on the road, and security and peace of mind on rough roads or when the weather turns bad.
New for 2012 is a front-wheel model and an increase in horsepower with a 3.2 liter engine to 240-hp, and the turbocharged 3.0 liter to 300-hp. Available at McKevitt Volvo, your Volvo dealer serving the Bay Area.
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2011 Volvo XC70 For Sale Serving the Bay Area
A very functional wagon, the 2012 Volvo XC70 serving the Bay Area features higher ground clearance and SUV styling. Available in all-wheel or front-wheel drive the XC70 3.2 features a 240-hp 3.2-liter inline-six. A 230-hp 3.2-liter PZEV engine is also available.
The all-wheel drive XC70 T6 includes a 300-hp turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine. Both engines are paired with a Geartronic six-speed automatic transmission, allowing driver selectable shifting.
Changes for 2012
The base XC70 3.2 now comes standard with Volvo's City Safety crash avoidance system, a 7-inch Sensus dashboard display, Bluetooth audio streaming and metallic trim. The optional Premier package includes leather seats, a power front passenger seat, walnut interior trim, a power sunroof and tinted rear windows.
With seating for 5 and a flat folding back seat the XC70 offers great versatility and maximum cargo capacity.
Safety features include electronic stability control, side-impact and side curtain airbags, and all-disc anti-lock brakes with electronic brake-force distribution. Standard equipment includes Bluetooth and Hill Descent Control.
Volvo's navigation system is totally integrated with your car. It
offers both voice guidance and graphic navigation all the way to your
The system is easily controlled from the steering wheel or a remote, and the screen is positioned so you can keep your attention on traffic. Two complimentary Map Care updates are included.
There are a number of ways to enjoy MP3 music files in your Volvo. If you'd like to connect your personal MP3 player to the audio system, there's a standard auxiliary audio input in the front center armrest. Volume is conveniently controlled from the steering wheel, center console or rear seat audio console.
Choosing the High Performance or Premium Sound audio system, there's
also a USB port that allows you to fully integrate your iPod, MP3 player
or USB device with the audio system. Playlists, songs and artists are
clearly displayed in the center console, while your player will be
charged at the same time.
These audio systems also feature a MP3 and WMA compatible CD player. For the Performance audio system, you can add a separate USB and iPod Music Interface (accessory) to connect your MP3 player.