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Snug-fitting retractable hardtop; quick, smooth convertible operation; practicality relative to other convertibles; comfortable ride; sharpened appearance inside and out
For 2011, Volvo's C70 convertible gets thoroughly revised styling, with new rear styling and a more aggressive front-end appearance that better matches the rest of Volvo's current lineup. The C70 trades last year's rounded front end for a more wedge-like front styling that other recent Volvos have received. The front fenders have been reshaped for a more aggressive look, the grille appears lower and the headlamps now sweep back and upward, making the entire front end seem curvier. The back end has also been tucked for a more upright look, and the rear lights have been redesigned with LEDs. Inside, the instrument panel has been reshaped for a wider look and given new surfacing, while the gauge cluster is updated and the leather upholstery is now made of a softer leather called Sovereign Hide. The lineup of features is also a bit different. Most notably, the standard 6-speed manual transmission is no longer offered on the C70, leaving only the 5-speed automatic. Sirius satellite radio is now included on all models. On the outside, Flamenco Red Pearl paint is new.