2014 Volvo XC70 Values

Select a 2014 Volvo XC70 trim level

2014 model year changes

For 2014, Volvo has made a host of small but important changes to the XC70. For starters, the front end is updated with a new grille and headlight designs and a restyled lower intake, while both front and rear bumpers are also redesigned. LED daytime running lights debut as well. In the XC70 3.2, a new analog instrument cluster is standard, while the T6 AWD receives a new adaptive digital cluster. A quick-fold front passenger seat and rear park assist camera are available in the 3.2, and the T6 features revised shift management software in its 6-speed "Geartronic" automatic for quicker changes and improved acceleration.

Competitive comparison

Smooth ride and handling; all-wheel-drive versatility; cargo room; excellent turbocharged power in T6; ample standard safety features

Special features for 2014

Volvo has always set the bar high when it comes to safety, and the XC70 exemplifies that. With either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive available, buyers are able to choose the wagon that best suits their needs. Healthy output from both available engines adds performance appeal to the XC70, and with a smooth ride, plenty of cargo capacity, and competitive pricing, the Volvo XC70 makes a strong case for itself against rival wagons from BMW, Audi and Mercedes.