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Friday, 3 July 2020

03 July
Volvo Recalls 2.2 Million Vehicles Worldwide Over Front Seat Belts Issue

In an e-mail sent to S&P Global Market Intelligence at the beginning of July, the peeps at Volvo have confirmed the automaker’s largest recall to date. Ironically, the safety belts are the culprits. (continue reading >>)

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03 July
Volvo extends FREE electricity offer for plug-in hybrids in the UK

Volvo has extended their free electricity offer for plug-in hybrid versions of the XC40, XC60, XC90, S60, V60, S90 and V90 models. In many ways, plug-in hybrid cars are an over-complicated, and quite expensive, way to add a bit of electric help to...

Cars UK

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03 July
2020 Volvo V90 review: Good looks will get you far

The Volvo V90 is one handsome wagon and there's lots of substance to back up that style.

CNET - ROADSHOW

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03 July
The Volvo-Powered Electric Fire Truck Becomes Hybrid, BMW Gets Involved

The early modern days of electric vehicles gave birth to a series of fears advertised by would-be owners, but mostly by people who wanted nothing to do with the phenomena and were glad to put a nail in the EV's coffin. The first one, of course,...

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03 July
2020 Volvo V90 Cross Country: 6 Things We Like (and 4 Not So Much)

The 2020 Volvo V90 Cross Country is a big luxury wagon with a comfortable cabin, plenty of space for your stuff and styling that at least makes it seem like it’s good to go off-road. What makes the Cross Country different from a regular V90? That...

cars.com

02 July
Volvo is recalling 2.1 million cars over possible seatbelt issue

Filed under: Recalls,Volvo,Safety Continue reading Volvo is recalling 2.1 million cars over possible seatbelt issue Volvo is recalling 2.1 million cars over possible seatbelt issue originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 2 Jul 2020 11:37:00...

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01 July
Volvo recalls multiple models over seatbelt strength concerns

Previous-gen V70, XC60, S60, V60 and S80 models are affected by potential cable fastening problem - 170,000 UK cars to be recalled Volvo has launched a recall for a number of its models to fix a problem with the strength of the front seat belt...

Autocar

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01 July
Volvo RECALL 170,000 cars in the UK for seatbelt fault

Volvo is recalling 170,000 cars in the UK, and 2.2 million worldwide, to correct a fault with seatbelt fastenings which may cause problems. If you want a safe car, Volvos are about as safe as you can get, even if some of the ‘Nanny’ systems...

Cars UK

01 July
Volvo recalls 2.2 million cars for seatbelt fault

Volvo is recalling 2.2 million cars globally due to a securing cable that can suffer fatigue, weakening the action of the seatbelts. The recall, Volvo's biggest ever, applies to examples of the S60, S60 Cross Country, V60, V60 Cross Country, XC60,...

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26 June
Waymo and Volvo team up for all-electric robotaxis and possible Level-4 Polestar EVs

Waymo and Volvo this week announced an exclusive partnership to build a new self-driving electric vehicle for use in a ride-hailing service. Few details were provided other than the goal of working together to develop a Level 4 vehicle capable of...

Electrek

26 June
Volvo Joins Waymo in Robo-Taxi Mission

Volvo has decided to partner with driverless mobility specialist Waymo in a bid to advance its own autonomous ambitions. The Swedish automaker, including its affiliates Polestar and Lynk & Co. International, are establishing a strategic partnership...

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25 June
Pandemic patient auctions Volvo 144 to aid hospital that saved his life

The Haematology Cancer Care charity will be the sole beneficiary from the sale of a 50 year-old Volvo endurance rally car, offered at no reserve by classic car auction specialists Historics on Saturday, 18th July.... Read More

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