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  • 12/04/2022
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    Volvo confirms pricing and specification for Australian launch of new pure electric C40 Recharge
    Volvo Car Australia has revealed Australian pricing and specification of the Volvo C40 Recharge, its second pure electric model.
    Based on Volvo's Compact Modular Architecture (CMA) vehicle platform, the C40 Recharge has all the benefits of an SUV, but with a lower and sleeker design profile.
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  • 3/03/2022
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    Volvo XC40 goes back-to-back winning 2022 Drive Car of the Year for Best Small Luxury SUV
    Volvo's award-winning XC40 has won the 2022 Drive Car of the Year award for Best Small Luxury SUV. It represents a back-to-back accolade for the popular SUV which also won the same award in 2021.
    Vehicles in the Drive Car of the Year awards are judged against a set of criteria that are most relevant to the consumer including driver technology, comfort, safety, ongoing running costs, plus all the fun stuff including performance and handling.
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  • 4/11/2021
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    Volvo Car Australia on track for solid year despite impact of global pandemic
    Volvo Car Australia is on track to record its strongest sales years on record, despite the industry-wide impact of the global pandemic on stock supply. National sales data released by VFACTs for October show Volvo has already sold nearly 8000 luxury cars in 2021, easily eclipsing the nearly 6000 car sales it achieved by October 2020 and has surpassed the 2020 full year volume of 7700 cars. Read More >>

  • 31/01/2019
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    Volvo goes back-to-back as its XC40 is crowned the 2019 Wheels Car of the Year
    Volvo's small luxury SUV, the XC40, has been crowned Wheels magazine's Car of the Year for 2019. Competing against a strong field of contenders, the Volvo XC40 claimed the automotive excellence award at a gala dinner in Melbourne last night. Read More >>

  • 23/11/2018
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    Volvo XC60 wins Drive 'Best Luxury SUV under $80,000' crown for second year
    For the second successive year Drive has crowned the Volvo XC60 'Best Luxury SUV under $80,000'. The XC60 notched up a comfortable victory with 28-points, once again winning over the judges with its style, sophistication and safety. Read More >>

  • 15/11/2018
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    Volvo XC40 crowned carsales 2018 Car of the Year
    carsales Car of the Year annual automotive award provides expert evaluation, data and consumer sentiment by recognising excellence in the new-vehicle market, and distinguishing just one winner from every new model released in Australia. Read More >>

  • The new Volvo S90 is Volvo Cars' entry ticket to the prestige sedan club.
    The S90 marks a giant step forward for Volvo Cars. The Swedish car maker is better known for its SUVs and estates, but with the launch of the S90 Volvo is clearly intent on shaking up the prestige sedan segment with its distinctive executive class sedan.
    Equipped with a host of new technologies ranging from cutting edge safety to cloud-based apps and services, the S90 is further proof of the Swedish brand's continuing transformation.
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  • The All-New XC90 engine range in Australia comprises the following diesel, petrol and Twin Engine technology:
     * D5 Diesel Drive-E Technology, 8-Speed Automatic, AWD
     * T6 Petrol Drive-E Technology, 8-Speed Automatic, AWD
     * T8 Twin Engine Petrol / Electric Drive-E Technology, 8-Speed Automatic, AWD
     The D5 and T6 Drive-E powertrains will be available across the Momentum, Inscription and R- Design specification levels.
    The T8 Twin Engine powertrain will only be available in R-Design specification.
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