Volvo’s XC90 SUV has topped the safety charts for all cars tested in 2015 by the European New Car Assessment Program, Euro NCAP.
The advent of autonomous vehicles in Australia could be closer than we think, according to the managing Director of Volvo Car Australia, Kevin McCann.
The Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) has praised the efforts of carmakers taking part in the latest round of crash safety testing.
As self-driving cars ever-so-slowly become the norm rather than the exception, carmakers are facing the challenges of ‘modernising’ car...
Volvo has issued a recall for its all-new XC90 SUV due to a potential problem with the airbags.
Despite an engine downsizing push at Volvo that has seen the company's previous in-line five and six cylinder engines nixed, the company has no...
Swedish manufacturer Volvo won't launch a fastbacked SUV of its own until it achieves its sales aspirations of 800,000 vehicles per year -...
Volvo has this week launched its all-new XC90 SUV range in Australia.
The Takata airbag recall in Australia is in full swing, with Honda, Nissan, Lexus and Toyota all announcing further recalls in recent weeks.
Volvo has announced it will bring a self-driven car to Australia later this year for a first-ever test of the technology on Australian roads.
The skinny: Volvo’s XC90 is a big bus for big families, and in T6 Inscription guise it’s big on luxury as well.
The skinny: After a long wait, Volvo finally has a new XC90 SUV ready to go into battle against established premium players.