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Volvo XC70, Volvo V70, Volvo V70 R, Wagon
#228 of 390 Low Mileage XC70
May 09, 2006 (6:58 am)
We're looking at a 2004 XC70 AWD 2.5T, fully loaded, 21K miles from a non-Volvo dealer in Columbus, OH. The car appears to be in immaculate shape and is pending an independent inspection. They are asking $27,990.
Does anyone think this is isn't a good deal? We think it is, but we don't have the certified preowned 6y/100K warranty. We are also looking at some service loaners and low mileage used XC70s and V70s at a Volvo dealer, including a 2004 XC70 wtih 46 K for about the same price. We're debating if the service warranty from a Volvo dealer is worth getting a car that has 25K more miles on it. Also, we have a quote of around $30500 for a 2006 V70; posts on this site suggest that the extra price for the XC70 is worth it. Any advice is welcome, thanks.
#229 of 390 Re: XC70 pricing [collins5]
May 14, 2006 (10:30 am)
Was the 32,700 plus 695 your out the door price or was that in addition to tax, tag, title and other fees
#230 of 390 Re: V70 2.5T or XC70 2.5T?? [dukie2]
May 14, 2006 (10:33 am)
Just curious what dealer gave you your quotes as I live in NC and am looking to buy a new XC70 in in the next month.
#231 of 390 Re: V70 2.5T or XC70 2.5T?? [jcfudge]
May 19, 2006 (6:00 pm)
Mine was from a private owner
#232 of 390 2004 XC 70 Opinions at 26k miles
Jun 19, 2006 (9:34 am)
We bought the car while living in Norther Michigan and this car handled snow better than our previous Jeep Limited AWD and RX330 AWD. Moving to FL the trunk volume has come in handy numerous times.
It has gone to the dealer for only regular service intervals and a broken passenger side seat belt which would not retract.
The MPG is anywhere from 18-28 depending on road conditions and from someone who likes power the 2.5T has been fine. The car is tank like in only positive terms.
The car still gets noticed by others being black w/ taupe interior and the Xenia wheels. The HID's are fine once I raised them a bit.
Now what to get next? Probably a sport sedan!
#233 of 390 Opinions on Recent Price Quote
Jul 01, 2006 (11:55 am)
Just got a lease quote on a 2006 XC70 with Premium Package & Climage Package
Initial Cap Cost $28,102 (A-Plan price)
Adjusted Cap Cost $28,102
12K miles per year
$420.03 Monthly payment
Total due at signing $2,125
Is this a good deal for A-Plan pricing? I am in the Northeast (VT/NH area). Brand new to this forum and Volvo in general. Any help is much appreciated!!
#234 of 390 Re: Opinions on Recent Price Quote [ryanburd]
Jul 04, 2006 (11:18 am)
Forgive me, but what is A Plan pricing?
As a side note, an approximately 50% residual value after almost 4 years sounds a bit high. (Actually the residual is MORE than 50% for LESS than 4 years.) Although, I could see myself paying 15K for a four year old (i.e., 2002) XC in good shape.
#235 of 390 Re: Opinions on Recent Price Quote [blckislandguy]
Jul 04, 2006 (12:57 pm)
A-Plan pricing is Ford's friends and family discount program. It's what Ford employees are entitled to pay for vehicles.
#236 of 390 Re: Opinions on Recent Price Quote [ryanburd]
Jul 04, 2006 (12:57 pm)
In late April I got the following on an XC70 in Northern California with the Premium, Climate packages and booster seats (didn't need them but they were there). Also includes Satellite radio prep and the satellite radio itself.
Cap Cost $30,676
36 Month Lease
Cap Cost reduction $1,049
Monthly $466 (before CA sales tax)
Looks like you've done a little bit better on the cap cost.
Jul 05, 2006 (2:45 pm)
We are looking to lease a V70 turbo with, premium, convenience, climate, upgrade wheels, sirius prep and boosters. MSRP is $40,225.00. What are dealers been willing to do in Southern California.
Any feedback would be appreciated.