When comparing the Mazda brand to the Volvo brand, Mazda has the advantage in the areas of new car pricing, used car pricing, depreciation and retained value. Volvo has the advantage in the areas of horsepower, towing capacity, overall quality, reliability and safety.
Mazda versus Volvo: Pricing and Value
Analyzing Mazda versus Volvo pricing we see a lower new vehicle starting price for Mazda in 3 out of 3 vehicle comparisons. Mazda also has a lower used vehicle starting price in 2 out of 2 comparisons. Mazda models depreciate at a lower (better) rate in 2 out of 2 comparisons. The lower overall prices for Mazda, plus their lower depreciation rate, gives Mazda the overall advantage over Volvo.
Mazda versus Volvo: Horsepower, Fuel Efficiency and Towing Capacity
Volvo vehicles offer higher maximum horsepower numbers in their base trim in 3 out of 3 model comparisons. Volvo offers a greater towing capacity in 1 out of 2 comparisons. In 1 comparisons, Mazda and Volvo have the same towing capacity.
Mazda versus Volvo: Quality, Reliability, Safety, and Value Retention Ratings
A comparison of Mazda versus Volvo overall quality ratings shows Volvo with higher quality ratings in 1 out of 1 model comparisons. In terms of reliability ratings, Volvo has the advantage in 1 out of 1 comparisons. Volvo has better safety ratings in 3 out of 3 comparisons. Mazda shows higher ratings for retained value in 2 out of 2 comparisons.
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Available Body Styles
Mazda offers 7 SUVs, 1 sedan, 2 convertibles, and 1 hatchback. In comparison, Volvo offers 7 SUVs, 3 wagons, and 4 sedans.
Mazda offers 9 gasoline vehicles, 1 plug-in hybrid, and 1 electric vehicle. Volvo offers 7 gasoline vehicles, 5 plug-in hybrids, and 2 electric vehicles.
Mazda offers 8 all-wheel-drive models, 3 front-wheel-drive models, and 2 rear-wheel-drive models. Volvo offers 14 all-wheel-drive models and 1 front-wheel-drive model.