2011 VOLVO C70

Volvo has reinvigorated its signature C70 hardtop convertible for 2011 with a sleek new look and an extended array of standard luxury features that add up to even greater value.
The enhancements begin on the outside where the front sports a redesigned appearance that conveys a more aggressive appearance. The new fascia, grille with enlarged iron mark and headlights display Volvo’s enhanced design language. The nose is more wedge-shaped and has been given added three-dimensional depth.
Changes continue inside of the 2011 C70 convertible with updates that create a unique ambience. The instrument panel is redesigned, giving it a wider, sleeker look. The surface of the panel has a new texture that enhances the feeling of quality. Exclusive new instruments, with gauges and graphics are specific to the 2011 C70.
The lengthy roster of standard equipment grows even longer for 2011. A five-speed “Geartronic” automatic transmission, Sovereign Hide leather, Sirius Satellite Radio and 17-inch “Sirona” diamond-cut alloy wheels are now standard. New Cranberry leather can be specified as a no-charge option.
With the touch of a button, the retractable hardtop folds away smoothly into the trunk. The large rear window glass offers outstanding outward visibility and improves body rigidity.
Driving pleasure excels in the C70 with its standard turbocharged T5 engine. Output for the 2.5-liter light-pressure turbo powerplant is 227 horsepower with torque at 236 lb.-ft. from 1,500 to 4,800 rpm.
Base model estimated mpg: 20/28
Estimated starting price: $40,800
Compiled by Motor Matters

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