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Uber’s Volvo XC90 autonomous car prototype
Uber parks self-driving car fleet after wreck

Ride-sharing giant Uber says it is parking its fleet of self-driving cars after an accident involving one of the experimental vehicles late last week in Tempe, Arizona. The wreck involved a Volvo XC90—part of a fleet of vehicles being tested by Uber—but the company says that although...Read More»

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2017 Volvo XC90, S90, and V90 Cross Country recalled over airbag problems

Volvo is recalling more than 5,500 cars in the U.S. to fix a problem with their airbags. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that some of the inflatable curtain airbags in those vehicles may have been installed using poorly manufactured bolts, which could dramatically...Read More»

Uber launches self-driving pilot in San Francisco with Volvo Cars
Uber takes self-driving cars to San Francisco, DMV isn't happy

In August, Uber surprised most of the auto world by launching a fleet of fully autonomous vehicles in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Now, the company is bringing some of its self-driving vehicles to San Francisco, California, and while that might please many Bay Area techies, the state's Department of...Read More»

Volvo Cars introduces first connected-car technology to make life less complicated
Volvo's Concierge Services make life easy for owners

A couple of years ago, Volvo launched something called "Roam Delivery". Harnessing the power of the internet, the service allows delivery personnel to bring packages to a Volvo rather than to a home or office. The program's success has encouraged Volvo to expand the number of services it offers to...Read More»

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2016-2017 Volvo S60, S90, V60, XC60, XC90 recalled: 74,000 U.S. vehicles affected

Volvo has issued recalls for 2016 and 2017 models of the S60, S90, V60, XC60 and XC90. According to Auto News, those vehicles may have a problem with their seat belts that could prevent them from restraining occupants properly during collisions. The problem component is the seat belt buckle, which...Read More»