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8.0
/ 10
On Styling
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INVOICE
$37,412
BASE
MSRP
$39,800
On Styling
The 2009 C70's shape is clean and well detailed with a minimum of clutter—and since it’s a hardtop convertible, it offers two styles in one, top up and top down.
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serious wow
Kelley Blue Book

elegant and modernly handsome sheet metal
Road & Track

Yah, shoor Sven, real pretty, and looks real sporty
Car and Driver

The 2009 Volvo C70 sports an understated body and an interior that begs for double-takes. While it's a little plain, the uniquely Volvo design carries over unchanged from last year.

Of the exterior, Road & Track says the Volvo features "elegant and modernly handsome sheet metal" while retaining its conservatively sporty image. Car and Driver asserts the C70 Volvo's "aggressive snoot and shrink-wrapped sheetmetal" provide for "seductive good looks." Cars.com notes the C70 "features rounded corners and headlamps that are a far cry from the boxy Volvos of yore." While most current-day convertibles look better with the top down, the Volvo C70 bears an attractive appearance with the hardtop folded up or down.

Attractive interior design should come as no surprise, since "legendary Italian design studio Pininfarina collaborated on the design of the Volvo C70," according to ForbesAutos. The C70’s interior has a modern, classy design that’s both refreshing and comfortable. C70 Volvo inner details are warm and inviting, with contemporary touches such as the center area of the dashboard that Kelley Blue Book calls a "serious wow": a floating, wood-encased fascia. This is echoed at the Detroit News, reporting that the 2009 Volvo C70's "interior included laminated oak trim that is the best wood accent ever seen on a car...like weathered teak from a boat, carved grain outlining the ultra-slim center stack and console, with a few wooden touches throughout the cabin."

Conclusion

The 2009 C70's shape is clean and well detailed with a minimum of clutter—and since it’s a hardtop convertible, it offers two styles in one, top up and top down.

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