1998 Volvo S70
177,406 Miles
$2,999

Huntsville, AL
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1998 Volvo S70
137,793 Miles
$2,499

Indianapolis, IN
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1999 Volvo S70
198,364 Miles
$1,988

White Bear Lake, MN
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1998 Volvo S70
123,572 Miles
$1,499

Fort Myers, FL
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1999 Volvo S70
87,438 Miles
$5,497

Manassas Park, VA
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2000 Volvo S70
108,319 Miles
$3,300

Cin, OH
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1999 Volvo S70
143,916 Miles
$1,695

Strasburg, VA
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1998 Volvo S70
141,896 Miles
$2,990

Norfolk, VA
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1999 Volvo S70
149,894 Miles
$3,000

Cumming, GA
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1998 Volvo S70
217,402 Miles
$2,995

Sparta, TN
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1999 Volvo S70
196,073 Miles
$1,995

Rock Hill, SC
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1998 Volvo S70
216,078 Miles
$1,950

Rock Hill, SC
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2000 Volvo S70
73,035 Miles
$2,688

Rockville, MD
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2000 Volvo S70
219,147 Miles
$1,950

Rock Hill, SC
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1999 Volvo S70
71,626 Miles
$4,975

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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1998 Volvo S70
155,267 Miles
$1,900

Bloomingdale, NJ
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1999 Volvo S70
126,000 Miles
$2,499

Midlothian, IL
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1999 Volvo S70
145,367 Miles
$4,995

Chico, CA
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2000 Volvo S70
99,024 Miles
$3,995

Malvern, PA
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Volvo S70 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
4.3
Performance
3.8
Style
3.8
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.6
Maintenance
3.4

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Volvo S70 Owner Ratings & Reviews

1998 Volvo S70 - A GREAT CAR!

Portland, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
This 1998 Volvo S70 is a beautiful machine. It still looks great as we have kept it in fine condition. People cannot believe it is 18 years old. The paint is still white and clean looking. The engine runs well as my husband has continually done the proper maintenance. The car takes off easily and quickly, going up the Harbor Bridge without any problem. The build quality has been sound and sturdy. The safety measures that Volvo took when they made this car was the best. I feel comfortable and very safe in this handsome car.
Story
I tutor now since I have retired. A sister of one of my students is in high school. When I let her drive it with me and her mom one day. She was so delighted and loved how it drove. When we got home, she told her older brother that "Mrs. Linda's car is really fun to drive! It took corners so well." She and her brothers (of various ages) think I drive the "coolest car!" A great recommend... (more)
Pros
This 1998 Volvo S70 has been a most reliable vehicle. It starts up easily and runs so smoothly, hugging the road from day one. After 18 years, it still feels tight and spry. I have driven this car for work and always felt I would be safe in it as the safety features are top notch. There are front airbags as well as side airbags, even in a car 18 years old. Volvo was ahead of just about all car manufacturers as far as safety goes. The strength of the body is also a plus for being in freeway traffic. I just feel so safe in it. I still have the original air conditioner/compressor with... (more)
Cons
The negativity for this car seems to be around the age of the car: the seats have lost their padding with age as it has deteriorated so the metal bars under the upholstery can be felt. But that is really not a true negative point as the car has been used and has many miles. The many sensors that cars must have today seems to go out often, making it time for changes a lot. The sensors are good for keeping the engine running well, but they seem to dysfunction and then cost so much for "just" a sensor.

1998 Volvo S70 - I love this car!

Bellevue, Washington
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
What a great offering from our Swedish friends. I love the Volvo S70 with a passion - this is by far the best car I have ever owned. Excellent acceleration because of the 5 cylinder engine, famed Swedish safety and reliability, a super comfortable drivers' seat and very high quality leather seating all around. A really "new" look that doesn't make it stand out like a sore thumb in a parking lot full of late-model cars. This one is truly an oldie but a goodie. Not to mention that its pretty simple for any half-decent Volvo mechanic to work on because its a '98 and doesn't require expensive computer equipment to diagnose any issues - not that you can expect any with this one. Very reliable and always a joy to drive, friends with late-model Japanese cars hop in and ask me where it came fr... (more)
Story
I would travel weekly over 200 miles each way to spend time with a close friend in this thing, and even after a 3 hour trip I never wanted to get out! Its just that comfortable - you'll be glued in that seat and just wanting to rack up the miles.
Pros
Its acceleration and comfort at travelling at highway speeds - she loves to run, and ~85 mph is the sweet spot for this thing on the highway. The excellent, tasteful and stylish interior, the tough paint that it came with from the factory (still looks beautiful after a wash and wax even at 18 years old), and the ease of maintenance. Not to mention the chic Volvo design and the fact that its just sort of "ageless" - it fits right in any parking lot, even the ones with all the new Audis and such.
Cons
The dome lighting controls are a bit weird and take some getting used to, but you eventually appreciate them as just a Swedish design quirk. Sometimes the turbo will leak a little oil, but that can get taken care of fairly affordably at any decent Volvo mechanic.

1998 Volvo S70 - Volvo V70

Valley, Alabama
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Maintenance
5.0
This was the best car I have ever owned. I bought it when I lived in the deep south, and the paint color stayed true for the entire 15 years I owned it. It handled beautifully, and the seats fit me very well. (I'm 6'2"). It was very easy to drive, and even though it was an automatic you could downshift if you had to. This is a fabulous family car - or for a couple who has outdoor interests! We used to go to the beach a lot and it fit all of our gear. We also did several vacations down to Key West and my husband and I, as well as two kids and four bikes all traveled in comfort and style.
Story
I remember when I took my daughter off roading in this car! She thought it was a hoot! It has good ground clearance, so I didn't have to worry about hitting anything.
Pros
The turning radius was exceptional. Even for as long as it was - it was a station wagon - you could turn it on a dime. It was a quiet ride - not a lot of road noise came through. Gas mileage was fabulous. Even after 15 years it was still getting 30 mpg highway. Everything was smooth in this car. I think the drivers side window gear went out at 9 years, but it was easy to replace. Everything under the hood was right where you could get to it.
Cons
Volvos are expensive when you have to take them to the shop. But then again, you get what you pay for. The most expensive trip to the dealer was $1800 but that was only one time. The way the engine was placed in the car my husband could do most of the maintenance himself.