The 2013 Volvo XC70 FWD: A Small Sport Utility Vehicle with Impressive Fuel Efficiency

The 2013 Volvo XC70 FWD is a small sport utility vehicle that offers impressive fuel efficiency. With a front-wheel drive system, 6 cylinders, and an engine displacement of 3.2, this vehicle is powered by regular gasoline and has an automatic transmission (S6). It falls under the Small Sport Utility Vehicle 2WD vehicle size class.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), this vehicle has a combined fuel economy of 21 miles per gallon (MPG) for fuel type and a city MPG of 19. Its highway MPG for fuel type is 25. The annual petroleum consumption for this vehicle is 14.167142857142858, and it emits 415 grams of CO2 per mile for fuel type. The CO2 tailpipe emissions for fuel type is also 415.0.

The XC70 FWD has an EPA fuel economy score of 5 and a greenhouse gas score of 5. It does not have start-stop technology or a turbocharger. Its range is 0, with a range city and range highway of 0.0. It is not a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) and does not have an electric motor.

Despite not having an electric motor, the XC70 FWD's fuel efficiency is still impressive, with an annual fuel cost of $2750. This vehicle is also environmentally friendly, with a low CO2 emission rate.

The XC70 FWD is manufactured by Volvo and has a model code of VVX. Its base model is the XC70.