Volvo is a Swedish luxury car company founded in 1927 in Gothenburg, Sweden where it is still headquartered. Over the years it tried various mergers and was owned by Ford for about eleven years. It is currently owned by Geely, a Chinese automotive company. Volvo, Latin for I roll, has a company history of focusing on safety.
Production facilities are in Sweden, Belgium, Malaysia, China and South Carolina. Volvo’s are sold in about 100 countries.
One of the most famous classic Volvo’s is the 1957 Volvo P1800 that Roger Moore drove in the television series The Saint, from 1962 -1969.
Currently, Volvo offers SUV’s, sedans and crossover/wagons. Three SUV models are available, the XC90, XC60, and the XC40. The models range in size from full-size to compact. The most popular of the SUV models is the mi-size XC60 which comes in three different trim packages.
Volvo has two models of sedans available, the S90 and S60. The S90 is a full-size sedan, while the S60 is the mid-size and most popular of the two models. The S90 is available in two trim packages, while the S60 is available in four different trim packages.
Volvo has three models of wagons available. The V90, which comes in both a standard and cross-country version and the reintroduced V60. Out of the wagons, the V60 is the most popular and has four different trim packages available.
Volvo’s are frequently shipped across the country in either an open or enclosed car transporter. Cost can vary depending on shipping service as well as the size of the vehicle. Smaller cars, such as the Model 3 cost less to ship as it is easier to find a spot for them on a car transporter. A reputable car carrier or broker will be able to give you more detailed information and an estimated shipping price.