Volvo was established in 1915 as a subsidiary of SKF, a ball bearing manufacturer; however the rollout of the company's first car series, the Volvo ÖV 4, in 1927, is considered their beginning.
Part of Volvo AB until 1999, it was then sold to the Ford Motor Company and, since 2010, has been owned by the automotive company Geely Holding Group.
Volvo is renowned for the safety and reliability they offer customers. In 2019, Volvo announced that it plans to produce only fully electrified cars from the year 2040 onwards and have since brought that date forward to 2030.
This Swedish car brand is a favourite on British roads, with models such as Volvo S60, Volvo V40 Cross Country and Volvo XC90 dominating.
We can provide replacement and spare Smart keys for your Volvo
Smart car keys, sometimes referred to as Proximity Keys, are one of the latest types of car keys to be utilised by vehicle manufacturers. Smart keys are detected by your vehicle when you’re nearby and unlock the doors. This type of key also allows users to start their cars with a press of a button. While driving, these car keys do not need to be inserted into the ignition.
We’ll have your replacement car keys with you in only a few days, it’s as easy as four simple steps.
Simply find your vehicle via our easy-to-use, online search tool and choose the key and service you require.
Purchase your key and securely upload a clear image of your key along with proof of ID.
Our in-house expert technicians will decode and accurately cut your new car or van key.
• Pair-it-Yourself*• You Come To Us• We Come To You
* Includes new cut key with easy-to-use pairing device
For a new, fully-programmed remote key, select the service that suits you best.
We will need the following information:
Our technology uses photographs of your car keys in order to create a replacement set. We scan the photograph of the blade into the software and machine we use to create the new key. If you cannot send us a picture of your existing keys, you will need to get in touch with an auto locksmith to help you
Ideally yes. Having a second/spare car key can save you time, money and headaches. If you only have one key and it gets lost or damaged, most vehicle owners find that they have no option but to go to the main dealer. Some even find that they need to have their whole locks changed. This takes time and is very expensive. When you go to sell your vehicle, not having a spare key can also seriously impact the trade-in value.