The Best Volvo Cars for Families

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If you’re searching the internet for the best family vehicle for your crew aka the safest family car—search no further than Volvo.

 

Since 1927, Volvo has been raising the standard of family car safety with its vehicles and is now aiming to save millions of lives with their new and existing safety features including the Speed Cap, Driver Monitoring Cameras, Highway Pilot Sensors, and a Care Key to ensure ultimate car (and passenger) safety when you hand the keys over to a younger member of the family.

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The Most Impressive Volvo Car Safety Features

 

 
 

Since 1927, Volvo’s car safety has been at its core—and that is something that we don’t see changing any time soon. Volvo has raised the bar in the car industry for safety standards with a new vision to prevent any serious injury or death in a new Volvo vehicle in 2020. 

 

Volvo has never skimped on safety, but here are some of the most impressive Volvo safety features that we think deserve a little extra attention… 

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Keep an Eye on Tire Tread & Pressure

Dry rot and sidewall cracking indicate clear problems with a car’s tires. When the air pressure drops incredibly low, another visual cue presents itself. However, treadwear and low tire pressure might not always be so evident. Checking on these things helps reduce the chances of potentially serious problems.

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Staying Safe in the Volvo XC60

The 2020 Volvo XC60 carries on the Volvo tradition of reliability, stylishness, and comfort. Classified as a mid-size SUV, the 2020 XC60 is offered in front-wheel drive, all-wheel drive, and hybrid configurations. The classy 2020 XC60 offers seating for up to five occupants while adding comfort features like an active air suspension system. 

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Odd Sounds That Shouldn't Come From Your Transmission

A sign that could indicate the need for mechanical attention for your vehicle is odd sounds coming from your transmission. When shifting into various gears, you shouldn't hear clunking or feel hard jerks, especially when shifting into reverse. Bob Penkhus Volvo Cars can check your transmission to see if the fluid is low or if there are other issues that could mean a new part for your car.

While driving in Colorado Springs, the gears in your car should shift smoothly instead of feeling jerky. If you notice rough shifting, then you should

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Brakes

Your brakes are not something that you want to neglect. They can help you avoid a car accident and save your life. If it is time for you to get new brakes, then you may notice a high-pitched screeching. This is a sign that indicates your brake pads are getting low. You can also look at your brakes and tell that they are in need of replacement.

You may only need to get the brake pads replaced. However, if the brakes are still making noise, then you likely need new ones. It may also become harder for you to stop…

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