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Volvo Car Servicing - Volvo Garage - Volvo Mechanic

Here at Valley Car servicing we offer a quality, professional service from local friendly and experienced car mechanics.

Our Prices

Model Details Interim Service A
(Inc. VAT)
Full Service B
(Inc. VAT)
200/700/900 ALL £109.00 £152.00
850 ALL £109.00 £152.00
960 ALL £109.00 £152.00
S60/S80 ALL £124.00 £255.00
V50 ALL £126.00 £255.00
V70 ALL £144.00 £265.00
V80 ALL £144.00 £265.00
VS40 ALL £134.00 £264.00
VS90 ALL £139.00 £264.00
XC90 ALL £139.00 £264.00
XC90 ALL £139.00 £268.00

Add an MOT for just £49

Our Volvo Service

As a local fully fitted professional garage, we pride ourselves on offering our clients the highest possible level of customer satisfaction.

Our service includes free collection and delivery of your Volvo at your chosen time and place.

Our experienced and fully qualified mechanics check all cars from top to bottom to make sure the entire car is mechanically sound in every way.  

Free valet.

On completion of services your Volvo service book will be stamped and kept fully compliant with your car's warranty


On average our customers save around 60% on main Volvo dealer prices with the same or better level of service, not forgetting the convenience of not needing to take your car into a Volvo garage.


All of our Volvo parts come with a full 12 months parts and labour warranty for the same peace of mind you would expect from any Volvo main dealer  

Our costs

Our Volvo service prices are exactly as stated in the above chart with no hidden charges or extras. All other work is done on quotation and clients are made fully aware of the exact price before work is carried out on their vehicle. 

To book or enquire about our Volvo service please call our friendly staff
Tel: 01737 372 780


The History of Volvo

Volvo Cars, or Volvo Personvagnar AB, is a Swedish automobile manufacturer founded in 1927, in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden, and is currently owned by Ford Motor Company.

Volvo was originally formed as a subsidiary company to the ball bearing maker SKF. It was not until 1935, when Volvo AB was introduced on the Swedish stock exchange, that SKF sold most of the  Volvo shares in the company. Volvo Cars was owned by AB Volvo until 1999, when it was acquired by the Ford Motor Company as part of its Premier Automotive Group.

Volvo produces models ranging from SUVs, station wagons (estates), and sedans (saloons), to compact executive sedans and coupes. With 2,500 dealerships worldwide in 100 markets, 60 percent of sales come from Europe, 30 percent from North America, and the other 10 percent from the rest of the world.[citation needed]

Volvo's market share is shrinking in the North American market.[citation needed] However, Volvo increased its market share in new markets such as Russia, China, and India.[citation needed] Specifically, Volvo expected sales in Russia to double and exceed 20,000 units by the end of 2007, making Russia one of the ten-biggest markets for the company. Volvo already boasts the leading position in Russia's luxury car segment.

Volvo is often compared to and nicknamed tractors, partially because Volvo AB was and still is a manufacturer of heavy equipment, earlier Bolinder-Munktell, now Volvo Construction Equipment. Some consumers considered older models to be slow and heavy, thus earning the distinction, "brick", as a term of endearment for the classic, block-shaped Volvo, with the more powerful turbocharged variants known as "turbobricks". The company moved away from the boxy styles of the 1970s and 1980s, to models which gained a reputation for sporting performance, including the factory-supported Volvo 240 turbos, which won the 1985 European Touring Car Championship (ETC) and 1986 Australian Touring Car Championship (ATCC).

Owners are often proud of achieving high mileage; one well-documented 1966 Volvo P1800S has been driven over 2.6 million miles. According to some figures, the average age of a Volvo being discarded is 19.8 years, second only to Mercedes. Reliability is considered better than average. In the US, Volvo dealers are listed by Forbes as the 9th best general car manufacturer, and 6th best for luxury cars.

Ford Motor Company decided to consider putting Volvo Cars on the market in December 2008, after suffering huge losses that year. On October 28, 2009, Ford confirmed that, after considering several offers, the preferred buyer of Volvo Cars is Chinese motor manufacturer Geely. On December 23, 2009, Ford confirmed that all substantive commercial terms the sale to Geely have been settled. A definitive accord would be signed in early 2010, with the deal expected to be closed by Q2 2010.


Volvo Car Servicing - Volvo Garage - Servicing Volvo - Volvo Mechanic