2008 Volvo S80

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$38,705 - $49,210
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Engine Engine 3.2LI-6
MPG MPG 16 City / 24 Hwy
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2008 S80 Overview

The Volvo S80 is fast, comfortable and roomy.Big and luxurious, it's Volvo's flagship sedan.It rides nice around town and it's powerful and tracks straight as an arrow at high speeds.

The S80 offers a choice of engines: a powerful V8 and two six-cylinder engines, including a new T6 turbocharged six-cylinder.

Built by Yamaha, the V8 sounds like a Corvette engine when it first starts up then settles to a smooth idle.It's smooth and creamy when cruising and very responsive.At high speeds the S80 is quiet and smooth.Its performance (0-60 in 6.5 seconds) should please most buyers, especially when the weather turns bad and the all-wheel drive can shine.

Steering effort and chassis settings are adjustable, allowing the driver to adjust for smooth, soft sailing or taut control for more responsive handling.We found the car handles quite well for a large luxury car.

Inside is a sumptuous cabin with comfortable seats, Bang and Olufsen audio, and an available navigation system.Adaptive cruise control allows the driver to maintain set following distances with the cars ahead: the system will accelerate or slow the car as needed.

The S80 is loaded with safety equipment, from its protective structure to its state-of-the-art active and passive safety features.

We think the S80 is the best overall car ever to come out of Sweden, slick, modern, pretty but understated, quick and powerful.It's relatively sporty and there aren't any rough edges on this package anywhere.
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2008 S80 Overview

The Volvo S80 is fast, comfortable and roomy.Big and luxurious, it's Volvo's flagship sedan.It rides nice around town and it's powerful and tracks straight as an arrow at high speeds.

The S80 offers a choice of engines: a powerful V8 and two six-cylinder engines, including a new T6 turbocharged six-cylinder.

Built by Yamaha, the V8 sounds like a Corvette engine when it first starts up then settles to a smooth idle.It's smooth and creamy when cruising and very responsive.At high speeds the S80 is quiet and smooth.Its performance (0-60 in 6.5 seconds) should please most buyers, especially when the weather turns bad and the all-wheel drive can shine.

Steering effort and chassis settings are adjustable, allowing the driver to adjust for smooth, soft sailing or taut control for more responsive handling.We found the car handles quite well for a large luxury car.

Inside is a sumptuous cabin with comfortable seats, Bang and Olufsen audio, and an available navigation system.Adaptive cruise control allows the driver to maintain set following distances with the cars ahead: the system will accelerate or slow the car as needed.

The S80 is loaded with safety equipment, from its protective structure to its state-of-the-art active and passive safety features.

We think the S80 is the best overall car ever to come out of Sweden, slick, modern, pretty but understated, quick and powerful.It's relatively sporty and there aren't any rough edges on this package anywhere.Hide Full Review