Serving Columbia, SC

The city of Columbia stands as the capital of and second-largest city in South Carolina. Boasting a population of 134,000, Columbia is home to an enormous number of popular attractions and restaurants. The city is located just 13 miles away from the center of South Carolina, making it a prime location for those who wish to see everything South Carolina has to offer!  Our dealership is a proud supplier of Volvo cars. From highly popular models such as the Volvo S90, Volvo XC40, and Volvo XC60, we deliver spectacular inventory to West Columbia and Dentsville drivers. In addition, we also offer world-class automotive service, and premium new and used inventory. Volvo cars set a standard of excellence we hope you enjoy to the fullest extent. We are the comprehensive dealership experience our Lexington and West Columbia neighbors want, providing the customer experience they deserve. Did we mention we are easy to find? Just follow these simple to use directions to discover us, and take advantage of a hassle-free shopping experience with Dick Dyer Volvo, Columbia.

Finding Dick Dyer Volvo Cars from Columbia

  • Start by going North on Main St. toward Richland Street
  • Take the 3rd right onto Elmwood Ave/US-76 E. Continue to follow Elmwood Ave
  • Take a left onto Bull St/US-76 W. Then continue to follow Bull St.
  • Bull St becomes SC-277 N
  • Take the Fontaine Rd Exit toward US 1
  • Then turn left onto Fontaine Rd.
  • Turn left onto Two Notch Rd/US-1 N
  • Dick Dyer Volvo Cars will be located at 5825 Two Notch Road, Columbia, SC, 5825

We are easily located by those in the greater Columbia area, simply follow these directions or use the provided map widget to find us with ease!

Whether you are in the mood for fantastic inventory, or expert service and repair, we know our dealership can provide all the quality service you have ever hoped for. We proudly serve Irmo and West Columbia drivers who want the best automotive experience around. If you are looking for Volvo, Columbia is the place to be.

To schedule a test drive, or if you have any problem finding us, please visit our dealership or give us a call at your convenience.


  • Monday 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM
  • Tuesday 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM
  • Wednesday 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM
  • Thursday 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM
  • Friday 09:00 AM - 07:00 PM
  • Saturday 09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
  • Sunday Closed

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Places to Eat

Little Pigs Barbecue is a buffet-style restaurant with something for customers of all ages. Families will love the wide selection and courteous staff. Experience real South Carolina barbecue with options like tomato-based, mustard-based, and vinegar-pepper sauces.

Kids love ice cream which makes the Sweet Cream Company the place to be following a delicious dinner. Unique ice cream flavors are handcrafted from the finest ingredients. Flavors are available while supplies last, so be sure to call or check them out on social media before visiting.

History & Culture

The college now known as the University of South Carolina was founded in Columbia in 1801. Columbia's central location made it the perfect place for youth to attend their higher education. Prior to the university's founding, those seeking higher education migrated to England. The city's history wasn't always so bright though.

South Carolina delegates voted to secede from the Union in December 1860. Columbia's location made it ideal for Confederacy meetings. That made it a prime target for Union forces and, five years and two months later, a majority of the city was burned by Union soldiers and had to be rebuilt into what it is today.

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