AAA Approved ASE Certified

Connect with us Facebook  Twitter Google+
Home Services About Tips Directions Contact More Tips

Volvo Repair and Service in Eugene and Springfield, Oregon

Jacob Volvo Logo

The OV4, first model of Volvo, nicknamed Jakob.
More Volvo History.

XC60

2010 Volvo XC60



Wayne's Garage serving Eugene and Springfield, Oregon has been performing Volvo repair and service
since 1973.    We have experienced technicians to properly service and repair your Volvo.
 

Wayne's Garage is a AAA approved Auto Repair shop and has been awarded the Blue Seal of Excellence by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.

Our technicians are ASE certified

We use original equipment parts whenever possible and offer an 18 month warranty.

We have a courtesy vehicle to get you home or to work.

Your car is hand washed and vacuumed.

Most repairs are completed in one day.

We can perform all maintenance necessary to keep your new car warranty in effect.

Integrity, Quality and Unmatched Service.

27 East 27th   
Eugene, Oregon 97405 
(541) 342-3942   



333 Q St.
Springfield, Oregon 97477
(541) 746-7142




A Brief History of Volvo

Volvo, which means "I Roll" in Latin was incorporated in 1915 as a subsidiary of AB SKF, the Swedish ball bearing manufacturer.

In 1924, Assar Gabrielsson, SKF sales manager and Björn Prytz, Managing Director of SKF were the founders of Volvo. In 1926 they decided to start construction of a Swedish car along with Gustaf Larson a Master of Mechanical Engineering.

The Volvo car company was born on April 14, 1927, when the first car, ÖV4 (nicknamed Jakob) left the factory The first production models were designed to withstand the rigors of Sweden's rough roads and cold temperatures. This emphasis on durability has been a feature of Volvo products ever since.
In the early years Volvo produced more trucks than cars as the poor roads in Sweden at the time kept down the demand for cars.

After WWII Volvo unveiled one of its biggest successes, the PV444.

In 1955 Volvo ventured tentatively into the north-American market with the PV444. They were told it will be like trying to sell refrigerators to Eskimos, but Volvo soon proved that demand for cars like this did exist in the U.S.A. The PV444, with its compact size and stylish looks helped the manufacturer quickly make a name for itself.

The 1950's also saw Volvo as the first manufacture to equip their vehicles with safety belts as standard fitting and the also the first to make vehicles with a three-point safety belt.

In 1999 Volvo was sold to Ford Motor Company.
In 2010 Volvo was sold to the Geely automotive company in China.

Volvo trivia: The Volvo logo is the old chemical symbol for iron.

Volvo
1935 Volvo PV655
Volvo

Volvo manufactures military vehicles and equipment for the Swedish Army and the 915 "Suggan" (the Sow) is just one of the many.

PV444
PV444 was one of Volvo's biggest success and first Volvo to be imported to the US.




AAA approved Auto Repair Blue Seal