Volvo of the Village in Cincinnati, OH

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At Volvo of the Village, our goal is to exceed your expectations at all times. The moment your walk into our showroom, which features the latest Volvo S60, S80, XC60, XC90 and C70 models available, we intend to help you find a new or used car you'll love. But, our relationship doesn't end there.

Once you drive your new vehicle off the lot, you want to make sure that you get as much good use of out of it as possible. That's where our car service and repair center comes in. If you buy or lease a vehicle from us, you're getting quality maintenance with certified Volvo parts that are also available for purchase. Basically, you'll know your vehicle is in good hands, from beginning to end.

You're also in good hands with our team of Volvo lease and loan specialists. They take the stress out of the situation and work to make sure you have a pleasurable experience, while also meeting your financial needs.

So, what's the quickest and easiest way to experience this unmatched service? Volvo of the Village can easily be contacted online or by phone. Or, swing by and see us in person. Our showroom is conveniently housed at 4113 Plainville Road Cincinnati, Ohio, and we're are always happy to chat about new vehicles and answer any questions you might have.

Dealer Info:

Phone(s):(513) 271-4300
Address:4113 Plainville Road, Cincinnati, OH, 45227
  • Monday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tuesday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thursday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Friday: 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Reviews on Volvo of the Village

Michael E. | 2009-04-14

Chicago kills me with 10%+ sales tax.......particularly when I get work done on a luxury car.  I store a vehicle for about half the year and when I take it out for the spring/summer it usually needs a checkup.  Since Chicago continues to surprise me with dirt cheap liquor prices and absurd auto repair costs, I've just decided to drink in Chicago and get my tune ups in Cincinnati and Porsche of the Village (formerly Beechmont Porsche) is the place to do it.

NOTE:  They have moved and both the address and website are new.  The location is a new 50,000 square foot facility and has over 70 cars inside on display.

Now I have to disclose, I've been going to these guys for several years now and they are top notch.....even for a town like Cincinnati.  Their old location on Beechmont Ave was nice, but the Mariemont (think rich folks neighborhood - duh...) is VERY nice.  

They deal in several nice brands like Volvo and Audi, but also sell and service higher end automotive lines like Maseratis and Porsches.  Dropping off the car is great..folks are attentive, offers of coffee, Wall Street Journals, nice plasma TVs.....and comfortable seating makes a wait more like a "visit."

David is the service manager and is top notch in his are some of the perks I've received here:  * Provided a Rental Car free of charge, * Very Technically competent,  * Researched factory service updates to find relevance to my problems,  * Very friendly, good service,  * The Dealership placed a follow-up / survey call to determine my satisfaction,   * Usually same day service,   *And will recommend cheap third party vendors if the quality is better (think stereo speak or convertible top replacement....)

These guys are on the ball in every aspect and their service reflects that level of professionalism.  In addition, they don't charge a "per hour" service fee like a Porsche dealership does in Chicago which is $150 an hour and can add a significant amount to the final bill..... this is pretty unique for a dealership.

The only downside is they are too good at their jobs and typically always find issues over and above what I take it in for which means repair bills are usually much higher, but it is worth it if I don't wind up on the side of the road days later because they were not proactive.  If you are a PCA (Porsche Club of America) member you get 15% off parts which is another plus in my book.

Is the car high maintenance.........hell yes!!! it worth it......totally.  Is it worth taking it to Porsche of the Village absolutely!