Used Volvo for Sale in Denver


Many local drivers consider Volvos to be their favorite used cars for sale in Denver, and that makes a lot of sense: The brand’s Swedish roots make it nearly perfect for the Mile High City’s snowy winters. Used Volvos offer sophisticated Scandinavian style, too, for the kind of distinctive road presence that people around here love.

As for CarFinders Incorporated, we’re one of the area’s favorite used-car dealerships, thanks to our own roots. We have years of automotive experience that we leverage every day to help our customers find used SUVs, cars, and trucks they’ll love — whether those rides come from Volvo or almost any other brand.


Nowadays, brand-new Volvos are premium machines with price tags to match. But the used Volvos for sale in Denver can have nearly all of the same advantages while costing you thousands of dollars less than those new editions. CarFinders doesn’t stop there, however. We push affordability to the limits by carefully researching the local market to ensure our used cars have fair-market pricing that can fit a wide range of budgets and lifestyles. As a result, you can get a rewarding deal without the stress and hassle of trying to negotiate.

Our next step is smart financing for people with all different kinds of credit histories. Our long-term relationships with trusted lenders is the key, and you can get pre-approved in only a few minutes using our secure online credit application.

CarFinder’s inventory is online as well, so you can shop 24/7 from your computer or phone, plus our convenient location on E. 70th Ave. is clean and ready for your visit. Driving your Denver dream car can be just that simple.

Also simple: selling us your used car, truck, or SUV. Tell us about your car at trade-in time, or rely on our online vehicle valuation tool, and you’ll quickly see how much your current car can help you save on your next one.

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Volvos have a well-deserved reputation for being among the safest used cars for sale in Denver, yet there’s so much more to these precision-engineered vehicles than their world-class driver-assistance systems. Used Volvos can also showcase many other benefits that local customers will appreciate, including highly capable all-wheel-drive systems, high levels of creature comfort, high-efficiency powertrains, and highly intelligent infotainment technologies. In fact, there’s so much to look at, we recommend you come see our used Volvos for yourself. (Note: Exact features can vary by model and year.)

  • Sophisticated safety is a Volvo hallmark that can be found on new and used models alike for welcome peace of mind. Leading the way on today’s technologically advanced used Volvos are IntelliSafe features such as adaptive cruise control, front/rear automatic braking, lane-keeping assistance, blind-spot monitoring, driver attention monitors, automatic parking assistance, intersection assistance, and forward detection systems for pedestrians, bicyclists, and even large animals.
  • For remarkably stress-free semi-autonomous driving, you can look for used Volvo SUVs and cars with the brand’s Pilot Assist system that can automatically manage select vehicle functions on a steadily increasing number of streets and freeways.
  • Used Volvos have taken a massive leap forward in luxury in recent years, and they can now showcase opulent upgrades highlighted by heated/ventilated massaging seats, heated leather power steering wheels, signature LED lighting, large sunroofs, hands-free access, stunning alloy wheels, and world-class materials such as genuine wood, rich Nappa leather, and, on range-topping models, Orrefors crystal gear selectors.
  • Intuitive Sensus infotainment systems can deliver superior connectivity and digital convenience with large touchscreens and driver displays, head-up displays, full-color navigation, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, WiFi compatibility, voice recognition, wireless charging, and incredible Bower & Wilkins and Harman Kardon sound systems.
  • Volvo is also helping lead the move to more EV driving, with a growing number of models that can supply substantial all-electric ranges for improved practicality. In addition, certain used Volvos combine turbocharging, supercharging, and plug-in hybrid technology for an amazing blend of performance and efficiency.


Although some classic old-school used Volvos are still on the move in the Mile High City, CarFinders has a sharper focus on the modern models that today’s drivers tend to prefer. These are the ones that are among the most in-demand used cars in Denver due to their all-around all-weather advantages. Also, just to be clear, we also carry used Volvo SUVs that can make any day feel like Swede-est day!

Don’t see the model you want in stock? Well, we aren’t called CarFinders for nothing. Give us a call, and we can often get the ride you’re looking for in only a few days.

  • The most recent used Volvos make use of a simple alphanumeric naming system that starts with the dramatic Volvo XC40 that compact, capable, and created to explore city streets and far beyond.
  • The Volvo S60 sport sedan is a masterful midsize machine with sleek styling and an athletic attitude, and there’s even a long-roof edition, the V60, that keeps the flame alive for fans of classic Volvo station wagons. Both the S60 and V60 can be found in Cross Country configurations for more adventurous drivers.
  • A full-on flagship, the Volvo S90 is a streamlined full-size sedan that serves as an exclusive alternative to the typical luxury imports. And guess what, wagon lovers? The V90 is here to bring you the same kind of luxury with the longroof versatility you crave.
  • The Volvo XC60 and XC90 extend the brand’s unique luxury, design, and performance characteristics to bigger SUV segments for folks who need more space while exploring more of their world.


The Volvo name first began appearing on cars in the late 1920s, but it was actually trademarked in 1915 as a possible product name for a company that made ball bearings — which helps explain the choice of “Volvo,” since it’s Latin for “I roll.” As for that first Volvo car, it rolled out of the factory in Sweden in 1927. The mid-1950s brought Volvos to the United States for the first time, and the cars attracted a passionate following for their safety and durability. However, as you might expect with a relatively small Swedish automaker, adapting to the preferences of modern shoppers was a challenge.

Volvo eventually merged and then split from Sweden’s other top automaker, Saab, in the 1970s, and it was even owned by Ford for the first decade of the 2000s. After that, it was purchased by the Chinese company Geely Automotive, which has helped noticeably revive the brand in recent years. Volvo is still headquartered in Sweden, though, and it’s still an impressively popular choice for Denver drivers!

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