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If you want a stylish premium coupé but you don't want to buy German, look no further than this tasty Swede. With enough room for four, the C70 is understated and supremely comfortable on long journeys even if its handling isn't the sharpest. But the cabrio's bodyshell is desperately wobbly and reliability isn't always what you'd expect of a Volvo - so be careful because it can cost a fortune to fix a poorly built C70.
It's been a long time since Volvo's image went from staid to desirable, so it's amazing that the old S40 and V40 survived as long as it did. Not only did it look bland both inside and out, but it was more uninvolving to drive than any of its rivals. But later cars are well built, reasonably economical and well equipped. Find one of these and look after it, and you'll have a car for life; it's up to you to decide if that's a good thing.
The original Volvo S60 has been overlooked ever since its arrival, even though it's a great car in many respects. One of the most comfortable cars around, the S60 is also strong, supremely safe, well-equipped and excellent value. Sure it now looks dated, but when it comes to executive value for money, the S60 is virtually unbeatable.
Volvo's S80 is a mixed bag for used buyers; they're great value compared with most rivals, but not as good to drive. It's also frequently not as well built; there's a surprisingly long list of potential faults to watch out for. However, buy a well-maintained example that has so far proved fault-free, and you could end up with a truly great motorway mile-muncher for amazingly little cash.
If you regularly need to carry big loads or lug heavy trailers or caravans, you need to at least take a look at the V70. You might not like the image of the typical Volvo driver, but the V70 is generally fabulous with its combination of comfort, space, equipment and build quality. They're also surprisingly economical too, especially in D5 turbodiesel form. However, these cars aren't as indestructible as you might think, and they can be very costly to fix if they go wrong.