Seattle, WA Volvo Service and Repair

Looking for Volvo service? Seattle locals turn to EuroCar Service for their Volvo repair and auto repair needs. We are proud to specialize in European vehicles. At our auto repair shop, we only carry the industry’s leading tools and equipment. We boast an extensive online data library and are able to service your vehicle at the highest technical level. There isn’t a Volvo service or Volvo repair problem our Seattle Technicians can’t fix.

The next time your car requires Volvo service or Volvo repair, we invite to contact us at our Seattle facility. You won’t be disappointed. To help make sure your appointment is as stress-free as possible, we offer shuttle service and free loaner vehicles to all our clients.

Here is a recent 5-star review featured on Yelp from one of our loyal clients, Bob F.:

“I wish there was another star and I could award a ‘6’, then you’d get an idea of how good these guys are. Mike, Wade and the whole crew are just fantastic. I’ve had several vehicles over the last 4-5 years serviced there. Always thorough, accurate, helpful and personable.”

We strive to be the leading auto repair service facility in all Seattle. We are passionate about the repair and maintenance of all European imports, including the dependable Volvo. We believe expert Volvo service is 100% necessary to keep your Seattle-based Volvo running for years to come. The next time you need reliable Volvo service, contact our Seattle facility at 206-527-8828, or schedule an appointment online.

Volvo Service News


Volvo first hinted at the release of their XC40 in May 2016, with the unveiling of their 40.1 concept car. Now, the automaker says the XC40 will soon see its release, with a bevy of customizable options that will blow those of most competitors out of the water. Volvo will be releasing a far-broader range Read more…


Following in the footsteps of Chevrolet with their Bolt EV, which offers a yet-unmatched 200 miles of range for $36,000, Volvo is releasing their own competitor to the electrical car market. Their EV will go on sale in 2019, joining Chevrolet, as well as Tesla (who plans to release the entry-level Model 3) and Nissan Read more…


Volvo has introduced a refreshed version of their wildly possible XC60. Though the crossover SUV currently accounts for thirty percent of Volvo’s sales, and though sales for the ten-year-old model have been on the rise in the last year, the company still took the opportunity to debut a new version at the 2017 Geneva Auto Read more…

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While automatic emergency braking is an admirable step forward for the auto industry, Volvo has taken this a step further in the new XC60 crossover SUV. This vehicle is being equipped with the latest version of the Volvo City Safety system which is a collision avoidance system that will now aid you by steering the Read more…

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Spring is officially here and that means it is time to shake off the snow and tune up your Volvo’s engine for the spring and summer driving. We have a few easy maintenance tips for you to follow to make sure your vehicle is ready to hit the road this season.   Here are five spring Read more…


This article appeared in the Science Times. It explains that Volvo has hinted at releasing a brand new fully electric vehicle in 2019. The vehicle is slated to be affordable yet sophisticated and will fall in the same price range as the Chevy Bolt and the “forthcoming” Tesla 3. Check out the full article below to learn more.   Read more…


Volvo is in the process of introducing 3 new systems that will keep drivers prone to drifting out of their own lane safer on the roads. These systems will combine lane-keeping-assist features with controlled, automated steering. This technology will keep motorists from crashing when obstacles are detected. The upgraded systems are set to be available on the Read more…

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Volvo recently released a new extended advertisement for their brand, highlighting the Volvo V90 Cross Country. The video also features a 1959 recording of renowned philosopher, Allan Watts. ‘Start living fully’ is the takeaway message, with the idea being that while you have your everyday life of work and school and achievements, never forget to truly Read more…