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2018 Volvo XC40 on-sale from $47,990+ORC

Local pricing has been announced for the all-new 2018 Volvo XC40 which will go on-sale here in April.

THE ALL-NEW VOLVO XC40 will go on-sale in Australia in April with local pricing announced yesterday. The new compact SUV will list from $47,990+ORC for the entry-level Momentum variant and from $54,990+ORC for the R-Design variant. Both will be available with petrol and diesel engines.

The entry-level Momentum variants will be well-kitted out with 18in alloys, wireless phone charging and Apple and Android connectivity as well as a 12.3in driver information display, and a raft of safety features, including automatic high beam, lane departure warning, autonomous emergency braking, rear cross traffic alert and front and rear parking sensors.

The R-Design variants will offer the same but add bits like 20-inch alloys, sports chassis, R-Design badges and leather interior, as well as automatic tailgate with gesture open and adaptive headlights.

Read Practical Motoring’s international launch review of the new XC40.

Volvo has also said it will also sell a limited number of Momentum Launch Edition variants (hasn’t said how limited) for $52,990+ORC for the T5 petrol variant and $55,990+ORC for the D4 diesel variant. Volvo claims the options on the limited-run vehicles are worth an extra $10,120 if you were ticking the options boxes, and they include:

  • Sunroof
  • LED headlights with Active Bending Lights
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Pilot Assist
  • Harmon Kardon Premium Sound
  • Tinted Windows
  • Heated front seats
  • Power foldable headrest & backrest
  • 19” 5 spoke Black Diamond Cut Alloy Wheels + 360 degree camera
  • Mechanical cushion extension
  • Park Assist Pilot
  • Keyless Entry and Electric tailgate
  • Electric front passenger seat
  • High interior illumination
  • Alarm
  • Leather Upholstery

There will also be an R-Design Launch Edition which cops more than $6k in options for a price rise of around $2k. This includes:

  • Sunroof
  • Tinted Windows
  • Alarm
  • Heated front Seats
  • Power foldable headrest & backrest
  • Adaptive Cruise Control with Pilot Assist + Alarm
  • Park Asist Pilot
  • 360 degree camera
  • Harmon Kardon Premium Sound

Nick Connor, Managing Director at Volvo Car Australia, said: “SUVs continue to be very popular with Australian car buyers, and the compact SUV segment is also growing rapidly. In such a competitive market you need to stand out from the crowd.” We are confident that with its very distinctive look and competitive pricing the XC40 will make an immediate impact with buyers who are looking for something very different from the cookie-cutter models in the compact luxury SUV segment today.”

“The XC40 exterior has an athletic sculpture with a subtle, timeless quality. The interior is a masterful composition of well-resolved architecture, beautiful materials and the very latest technology. These technologies will make the XC40 one of the best equipped compact luxury SUV’s on the Australian market.”

“There is also lots of storage space in the doors, underneath the front seats, and in the cargo compartment.”

“XC40 is a proper SUV and is the perfect car for an active Australian lifestyle. It perfectly complements our already award-winning SUV line-up.”


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Flauschie
Flauschie
2 years ago

Really nice actually. Lots of ommpf, standout design and reasonably priced.

Isaac Bober

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