Volvo unveils pricing for V40 R-Design and V40 Cross Country

Article by Anita Panait, on October 10, 2012

Volvo Car UK has disclosed the pricing of its newest vehicles, the Volvo V40 R-Design and Volvo V40 Cross Country.  The V40 R-Design has styling cues derived from the R-Design stable and features re-profiled front bumper and rear diffuser, five-spoke 17" Ixion wheels and silver matt door mirrors. The V40 R-Design also boasts of distinct R-Design embossed nubuck upholstery, sports floor mats, sports steering wheel and pedals.

Coming as standard for the V40 R-Design is a TFT crystal display screen with blue coloring, unique R-Design aluminium trim, illuminated gear-knob and vertical LED day-running lights.

For the ultimate sport luxury sports experience, a buyer could opt for the upgraded R-Design Lux, which, in addition to the standard specification, also features active bending xenon headlights with cleaning system, rain sensor and leather-faced R-Design embossed seats as well as cruise control, keyless start and rear theatre lighting.

The V40 R-Design is available in seven color options, including the Rebel Blue that’s unique to R-Design. The V40 R-Design boasts of class leading carbon dioxide emissions of 94g/km. Starting prices for the V40 R-Design are at £22,295 for the D2 R-Design and £31,390 for T5 Geartronic R-Design Lux Nav.

On the other hand, the V40 Cross Country is targeted towards customers who want a rugged-looking small 5-door hatchback. Coming as standard for the Cross Country SE are autofolding door mirrors with ground lights and black mirror covers, 16" alloy wheels and rain sensor. Other standard features include textile/T-Tec upholstery, tread plates and silver roof rails. A customer could also opt for the upgraded Cross Country Lux version.

This upgraded variant boasts of the same specs as the SE version, yet with additional features like leather-faced upholstery, active bending xenon headlights, 17" alloy wheels, LED day-running lights, rear reading and theatre lighting. Prices for the V40 Cross Country start from £22,595 for the D2 Cross Country SE, and from £33,875 for the T5 Geartronic Cross Country Lux Nav with All-Wheel Drive.

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