Are you in need of Volvo service & repair around Seattle?

At EuroCar Service, our Volvo mechanics have you completely covered! We are proud to specialize in European vehicles. At our auto repair shop, we only carry the industry’s leading tools and equipment. Our team boasts an extensive online data library and can service your vehicle at the highest technical level. There isn’t a Volvo service or Volvo repair problem we can’t fix! 

So, the next time you could benefit from visiting a Volvo automotive repair shop, you know where to go! 

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The Best Volvo Automotive Repair Shop Around

When it comes to Volvo service & repair in Seattle, you want and deserve the best—and that’s exactly what you’ll find at EuroCar Service. You won’t be disappointed! To help make sure your appointment is as stress-free as possible, we proudly offer shuttle service and free loaner vehicles to all our clients.

Further, our technicians undergo ongoing training to make sure that we’re up to date on the newest Volvo innovations and technologies. With our expert knowledge and state-of-the-art equipment, there literally isn’t a Volvo problem we can’t fix! Specifically, our Volvo automotive repair shop offers the following: 

We strive to be the leading auto repair service facility in all of Seattle. We are passionate about the repair and maintenance of European imports, including the dependable Volvo. We believe expert Volvo service is 100 percent necessary to keep your Seattle-based Volvo running for years to come. 

Don’t delay your automobile needs. Let’s get started now!

Contact Us for Volvo Service & Repair in Seattle Today! 

For Volvo service & repair in Seattle, you know what to do: Contact EuroCar Service! To speak to a member of our team, simply call (206) 527-8828 or (800) 282-3133. Or, if you prefer, send an email to [email protected]. Either way, we look forward to working with you and guarantee your complete satisfaction. 

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Rainy weather will be upon us soon, so it’s the perfect time to talk about your windshield washer fluid. Windshield washer fluid is essential for keeping your windshield clear of grime that can be kicked up from wet winter roads—and it’s one of the easiest automotive fluids to maintain on your own. Here’s a look Read more…

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Many drivers neglect their fuel system, but keeping it clean will prolong the life of your car, increase power and performance, and improve the fuel economy and drivability. Fuel, whether gasoline or diesel, is delivered to your engine to generate the power needed to keep your vehicle moving. Unfortunately, the fuel leaves a residue as Read more…

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There are two main reasons to keep up with wheel alignments: safety and money. When your wheels are out of alignment, they can make your vehicle pull to one side—sometimes abruptly. One moment of inattention could put you into oncoming traffic on a busy street or completely off the road. Not to mention, misalignment will Read more…

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Most drivers don’t think about their windshield washer fluid very much or realize there are specialized formulations to meet different needs. Although you might be tempted to pick up the cheapest washer fluid you can find, there might be a better choice available. Here’s a breakdown of the different types of washer fluids available and Read more…

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Most drivers know that gas and diesel-powered vehicles burn fuel to generate the power needed to drive down the road. But did you know fuel leaves a residue behind as it moves through the fuel system? Over time, this residue can cause some major issues. Read on to learn more about how this affects your Read more…


When it comes to stopping power, many drivers tend to focus on their brakes. However, our tires are where the rubber meets the road. Having good brakes isn’t enough; we need to have tires with enough traction to turn braking power into actual stopping power. If the tire tread depth isn’t deep enough, your tires Read more…

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Tire tread plays an important role: gripping the road as you drive. However, if your tread isn’t deep enough, your car can lose traction—and your braking time will be longer. There have been tests comparing the stopping distance of vehicles with worn tires and new tires; the vehicle with worn tires was still traveling at Read more…

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Most drivers know they need routine maintenance like oil changes, tire alignments, and transmission service, but if you have a 4WD or AWD vehicle, there may be a type of maintenance you’ve never heard of: transfer case service. What is the Transfer Case? On four-wheel drive (4WD) and some all-wheel drive (AWD) vehicles, power needs Read more…

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