Used 2011 Volvo C70 Prices

The 2011 Volvo C70 is a FWD hard-top convertible powered by a 2.5-liter 5-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 227 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque. A 5-speed automatic transmission enable the C70 to achieve an EPA estimated 19 mpg city and 28 mpg highway. Options include power front seats, heated seats, electronic climate control, interior air quality system, rear park assist, blind spot information system, headlight washers, navigation system, premium sound system, high definition radio, 18-inch wheels, dual xenon gas discharge headlights with active bending headlights, and humidity sensor. Safety is comprised of intelligent driver information system, anti-lock brake system, electronic brake assistance, dynamic stability control, traction control, anti-skid system, roll-over protection system, side-impact protection system, side-impact airbags, and front airbags. The C70 is backed by a 5-year/60,000-mile warranty.

Read more Read less

2011 model year changes View changes +

For 2011, Volvo's C70 convertible gets thoroughly revised styling, with new rear styling and a more aggressive front-end appearance that better matches the rest of Volvo's current lineup. The C70 trades last year's rounded front end for a more wedge-like front styling that other recent Volvos have received. The front fenders have been reshaped for a more aggressive look, the grille appears lower and the headlamps now sweep back and upward, making the entire front end seem curvier. The back end has also been tucked for a more upright look, and the rear lights have been redesigned with LEDs. Inside, the instrument panel has been reshaped for a wider look and given new surfacing, while the gauge cluster is updated and the leather upholstery is now made of a softer leather called Sovereign Hide. The lineup of features is also a bit different. Most notably, the standard 6-speed manual transmission is no longer offered on the C70, leaving only the 5-speed automatic. Sirius satellite radio is now included on all models. On the outside, Flamenco Red Pearl paint is new.

Competitive comparison View advantages +

Snug-fitting retractable hardtop; quick, smooth convertible operation; practicality relative to other convertibles; comfortable ride; sharpened appearance inside and out

Special features for 2011 View special features +

Simply put, a lot of the C70's value lies in its excellent retractable hardtop roof; it allows quiet highway cruising for long-distance trips as well as tight, 4-season insulation. The C70 has just enough of a luxury-car personality to be enjoyable year round, no matter the task, yet when you drop the top it feels just sporty enough to make the most of fair-weather cruising. And with all the C70's protective measures and on-board technology, including the available blind-spot system that helps with visibility especially when the top is up, safety isn't at all the worry that it might be in some convertible designs. Those who want to load their vehicle with the latest features and gadgets will love the C70's lengthy options list. On the other hand, the C70's moderate price can be rapidly driven up by opting for even a few pricy upgrades.


Select 2011 Volvo C70 trim levels

C70-5 Cyl. Turbo

© Copyright 2016 National Appraisal Guides, Inc., all rights reserved. National Appraisal Guides, Inc. is a strategic ally of
J.D. Power and Associates. © J.D. Power and Associates 2016, all rights reserved.