2003 Volvo S80
$36,455 - $46,995

Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Volvo S80

  • Even with base suspension, S80s are sure-footed and fairly agile for their size.

    - Consumer Guide
  • Generous leg room. Good head room and under-seat foot space. No-strain entry/exit. Still, two adults are happier than three on long trips. Premier's luxury trimmings border on opulent.

    - Consumer Guide
  • Out on the road, it's as stable as the Rock of Gibraltar and its highly evolved, turbocharged six-cylinder engine delivers smooth, strong power.

    - New Car Test Drive
  • Most of our crew thought the S80's exterior styling was quietly handsome and likely to wear well with time, and the same could be said for the interior. A modest amount of polished wood trim sets off the clean tan interior, and the black instrument faces are set off with brushed aluminum dive-watch chronograph faces. All quite tastefully done, and the interior controls and switches are among the best of the bunch for effortless, intuitive operation.

    - Road & Track

What reviewers liked least about the Volvo S80

  • When it comes to ride comfort, feature content and uncompromised safety, the S80 excels, but for those who prefer a little sport in their sedans, the S80 will leave you wishing for more.

    - Edmunds.com
  • It's relatively softly sprung and a bit floaty at times.

    - Road & Track

Best one-liner about the Volvo S80

  • Comfortable, safe, user-friendly and, yes, a bit soft, but it still handles well enough to be fun and predictable on mountain roads.

    - Road & Track

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