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Welcome to Volvo Cars Waterloo Service Department

Welcome to the Volvo Cars Waterloo Service Department. Our professional team of experienced Volvo Certified Service Consultants and Volvo Trained Service Technicians are here to assist you. Trust your Volvo to people who know it best!

Whether you need a simple oil change, or more extensive repair work, we’ll get the job done right the first time! At Volvo Cars Waterloo we have the latest diagnostic tools and repair techniques, authorized and approved by Volvo. Bring your vehicle to us and see for yourself. If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, our skilled staff would be happy to assist you. At Volvo Cars Waterloo we are here to exceed your Volvo service expectations, every time!

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Service Info

Phone Numbers:Service Hours:
  • Mon - Fri7:30 AM - 5:30 PM
  • Sat - SunClosed


Volvo vehicles are built with safety in mind.

Volvo Genuine Brake parts are manufactured to work in sync for maximum efficiency. Purchasing and installing your Volvo brakes with us gives you the peace of mind that you’re getting the right brakes, rotors, and pads every time.

Four-wheel discs and ABS are found on Volvo brakes as standard safety measures, ensuring that stopping distances are as short as possible and you can brake when it counts the most. Aftermarket manufactured brakes may lead to increased noise and brake dust over time, and their brake rotors may warp more easily.

Winter Tires

When you think of tires, does safety come to mind? The fact is tires are one of the most important safety features on your vehicle.

Having the proper tires can impact your Volvo’s handling and safety. In cold temperatures, winter tires provide more stability than all-season tires and are designed with tread patterns that can provide more resistance on slippery surfaces, keeping you and your Volvo on the road. Winter tires are wider, providing superior braking, steering control and traction when you need it most. These advantages kick into gear at 7 C, so even on cold autumn mornings a driver with winter tires will have a smoother ride.

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Winter Safety Driving Tips

Volvo owners don’t let weather get in the way of their plans, and neither did the builders of the safest vehicles on the road. Volvo Cars Waterloo’s factory trained technicians are fully certified to repair your Volvo vehicle to original specifications.

Our Volvo Service specialists use the latest diagnostic tools and repair techniques to help you winter-proof early in the season and prepare for whatever Mother Nature can throw at you. Face tough driving conditions by taking note of a few key winter tips and get the most out of authorized Volvo parts and services that will keep you on the road this winter.


Tip #1 – When To Install Winter Tires

Winter tires stay flexible in temperatures below 7°C to provide the necessary traction for cold-weather driving conditions.

They reduce braking distance on cold, wet, ice and snow-covered roads in comparison to all-season tires.

The traction provided by winter tires enhances the performance of anti-lock braking systems (ABS), vehicle stability assist (VSA), traction control and all-wheel drive in winter conditions. In cold weather, a vehicle equipped with winter tires has a 40% less chance of being involved in a collision versus one equipped with all-season tires. Bring your vehicle in to our Volvo Service Centre to have your current tire tread checked for seasonal wear.

Tip #2 – Proper Inflation

A well balanced Volvo makes your winter ride smoother and safer for everyone on the road. Tire pressure often goes unchecked between the seasons, with up to 70% of vehicles on the road having at least one under-inflated tire. Studies have shown that checking and maintaining tire pressure regularly will help extend tire life and reduce fuel consumption.

Every time you check your Volvo’s tire pressure, examine the tires for damage, foreign objects, and wear. Knowing when to replace your XC90 tires, for example, and continuing your recommended Volvo service schedule can help prevent larger costly problems from occurring.

Tip #3 – Keeping Coolants Cool

Radiators need to work their best through the long winter months. Necessary coolants protect against freezing so regular antifreeze checks become one of the most crucial parts of the winterizing process.

Coolants also protect against corrosion and help lubricate your water pump all year long. Our Volvo service experts will thoroughly flush the radiator system for maximum efficiency when it’s time to replace coolant.

Tip #4 -battery Check

Your battery loses power when the temperature dips below freezing. To prevent power output drops, batteries and connection cables should be checked for cracking and corrosion regularly. It only takes seconds and can prevent cold winter stalls. Genuine Volvo replacement batteries are manufactured to match your Volvo’s electrical system specifications and power your Volvo through the seasons.

Tip #5 – Lubricating Your Doors

The car interior heating up and cooling down during winter can create moisture build up in your doors, freezing the seals to the doorframe. Newer vehicles are protected by tight weather stripping, but a winter check-up is necessary to ensure that all parts of your vehicle are in working order. Schedule a check up with one of our Volvo service specialists before the first snowfall.

Tip #6 – Carry A Emergency Kit

It’s a good idea to keep a winter survival kit in your vehicle. Having essential supplies can provide some comfort and safety for you and your passengers should you become stranded. Some items could include are jumper cables, flash lights, first aid kit, road flares, blankets or a shovel.

Volvo Cars Waterloo is located at: 533 King St North • Waterloo, ON N2L 5Z6
Volvo Cars Waterloo 43.4977473, -80.5307355.