What Car? magazine has awarded the Volvo V70 ‘Best Estate Car’ for the third year running in its Car of the Year 2002 awards, announced at a prestigious ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London on 5 February.<P>'In spite of some hot competition, the V70 wins again,’ said Steve Fowler, Editor, What Car? ‘When it came to checking off everything we were looking for in an estate, the answer was the Volvo V70. It's great to drive, good to own and there are a host of clever little touches that make you wonder why no one else ever thought of them,' he continued.<P>The V70’s already won six other UK awards since its launch in spring 2000, and rapidly established itself as the leader of the premium large estate car market. With prices starting from just £20,500, and a range of power units now including a state of the art, 163 bhp common rail, ‘D5’ diesel engine, and innovative Bi-Fuel option powered by (cheaper) gas and petrol, the V70 is hard to beat.