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.

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“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.

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Did you know keeping your car well maintained can help you save money at the gas pump? There are two primary culprits of reduced fuel efficiency: increased friction and inefficient fuel combustion. Improving either of these issues will translate to saving money on fuel. Friction Issues Friction increases the amount of energy it takes to Read more…

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September 13, 2021


Tire tread plays a vital role in how your vehicle responds on the road—and your safety. Good tread allows your tires to grip the road better, which is especially important when driving in slippery conditions, like rain or snow. However, many drivers let their tires wear more than they should. The National Highway Traffic Safety Read more…

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Did you know your vehicle has two service schedules? There’s the regular service schedule (which most drivers are familiar with) and a severe service schedule. The severe service schedule has lower distance and time intervals than the regular service schedule. Many drivers don’t think the severe service schedule applies to them because they don’t consider Read more…


When you hear the term “fuel pump,” your first thought might be the pump at the gas station, so may surprise you to learn the fuel pump is actually an essential component in your vehicle. The fuel pump is responsible for sending fuel from the gas tank to the engine. Just like any other component, Read more…

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Many drivers have questions when it comes to service intervals. The simplest answer is: follow the service interval recommended in your owner’s manual or our database. That being said, we understand the service intervals for late-model vehicles can be confusing! Service Intervals Have Become More Complex In the past, there were simple rules of thumb Read more…

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The oil and fuel in vehicles give off vapors that are very harmful to the environment, which is why Evaporative Emissions Control Systems (EVAP) are required in all cars and trucks. The EVAP system captures these vapors and directs them into the engine to be burned—sort of like a built-in recycling system! As you might Read more…

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Believe it or not, cooling system problems are one of the most common reasons for mechanical failure in your vehicle. What’s worse? They’re largely avoidable! To understand why, let’s take a closer look at your cooling system. How Does the Cooling System Work? The engine creates a massive amount of heat and energy while the Read more…

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According to reports, the median age of cars on the road is over 9 years old; of these, 2/3 have over 75,000 miles on them. In recent years, those numbers have continued to rise. What does this mean? Many people are keeping their vehicles longer than they used to. This is due in part to Read more…

Mind Engined Sports Car