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Volvo Announces Pricing of All-New S80

October 10, 2006

IRVINE, CA – Volvo Cars of North America, LLC has announced pricing of the all-new 2007 Volvo S80 sedan. The S80 3.2 I-6 starts at $38,705, while the S80 V-8 starts at $47,350. The all-new S80, Volvo's flagship sedan, enters the North American marketplace with two new engine choices and many safety features. The S80 is the first Volvo sedan with a V-8 in-line 6-cylinder engine. Both are mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission with Geartronic sequential shifting. All Volvo S80 V-8s are equipped with the electronically controlled Volvo all-wheel-drive feature, while the I-6 S80 is front-wheel drive. Performance is enhanced by the available Four C active suspension, adjustable steering force levels, and measures to reduce noise, vibration, harshness, and road irregularities. The first-generation Volvo S80, which achieved Five-Star crash-test ratings for all tests, was equipped with safety features, including the inflatable curtain and whiplash protection system (WHIPS) seating. Passive safety features include a new side airbag with dual-chamber construction for enhanced hip and chest protection, structural design using four different grades of steel for predictable crash energy absorption, the next generation of WHIPS rear-impact protection, and new approaches to pedestrian safety. An adaptive cruise control (ACC) system with collision warning and brake support is also available on the all-new Volvo S80. A blind spot information system (BLIS) and the personal car communicator (PCC), a remote car monitor, and swiveling bi-Xenon headlights are additional comfort and convenience features. Pricing does not include destination charges of $695.
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