Volvo Service Portland, Oregon
Volvo is a Swedish automobile manufacturer that excels at producing cars that are both extremely safe and extremely long-lasting.
No matter how durable you think your Volvo may be, if you don’t take it to a mechanic for regular maintenance then it will not live up to its potential. At K&M Auto Service, we have made a name for ourselves in Portland, OR by providing outstanding preventative maintenance and repair service. We perform 40-point inspections on your Volvo to spot any irregularities and to limit the need for expensive repairs in the future.
Volvo Repair, Maintenance & Services
Some of the scheduled maintenance & services that your Volvo car, truck or SUV may need include:
- Oil Changes
- Tune Ups
- Radiator – Coolant/Antifreeze Change/Flush
- Air Filter Replacement
- A/C – Air Conditioning
- Wheel/Tire Alignment
- Timing Belt Replacement
- Brake Inspection/Check (Brakes replaced if needed)
- Exhaust & Muffler Repair & Service
Our personable and experienced mechanics have been working on Volvo vehicles for years and have seen it all. No matter what may be wrong with your Volvo, our expert staff can take care of it.
We have a Volvo repair shop in Portland, OR, and we are happy and capable to serve the following communities: Milwaukie, Sunnyside, Gladstone, Gresham, Woodstock and surrounding areas.
We would greatly appreciate the opportunity to be your number one Volvo auto repair shop in the Portland area. Click here to contact us, or call our 2820 SE 50th Ave shop at (503) 235-1485, or our 1561 SE 122nd Ave at (503) 257-9667.
Schedule an appointment for your next Volvo service or repair today!
A Brief History of Volvo
Volvo is a Swedish car manufacturer founded in 1927 by Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larsson. The automobile production division of the company had one main goal; producing the safest vehicles possible.
In 1927, Volvo introduced the PV4, which was designed to withstand the Swedish terrain and climate better than American import cars. By the 1930’s, Volvo realized the need for a car “for the people,” and so in 1936 it introduced the PV51, which was smaller and more affordable than its predecessors. Sweden’s neutrality in WWII allowed Volvo to continue production, but it was severely hampered. Volvo designed the PV444 and after WWII it was able to gain a strong foothold in the U.S. market. The PV544 was the replacement model for the PV444, and was also hugely successful.
Volvo has maintained a standard of safety and excellence with all of its vehicles. For example, in 1958 Volvo designed the three-point safety belt, one of the most important safety features invented for vehicles. Volvo continues to perform well in almost every world market, and continues to rapidly expand business.