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Volvo cars price starts at Rs. 31.91 lakh for the cheapest car V40 and goes up to Rs. 1.31 crore for the top model Volvo XC90. Volvo offers 9 new car models in India. XC90 (Rs. 80.90 lakh), XC60 (Rs. 52.90 lakh) and XC40 (Rs. 39.90 lakh) are among the popular cars from Volvo. In the year 2019/2020, Volvo is going to launch 2 new models in India. Select a Volvo car to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.
The vehicles offered by Volvo are for those who enjoy the finer tastes in life. For enthusiasts and Volvo aficionados, photos and technical specifications further fuel the desire to understand and gain more knowledge on their favourite vehicle.

Recently Asked User Questions about Volvo

Mercedes-Benz C-Class question
Q. Which car is better in performance C-Class or Volvo S60?
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The Volvo S60 and Mercedes C class has been a close rival. The Volvo has already got their name on top when it comes to the safety, built quality and engine refinement. The Mercedes, on the other hand, are considered as somewhere near to be the symbol for designing the most luxurious, comfortable and feature loaded vehicles. The Swedian and German sedans when taking head to head with astonishing figures. The Mercedes is available in 3 petrol powered variants and 3 diesel powered varients. The Volvo, on the other hand, is available 2 diesel variants and 1 petrol variant. The performance differs for every engine option.

  • by Zigwheels on 18 Apr 2019
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Volvo XC90 question
Q. Entry into 3rd row seat is hazel free or not
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It is not hassle free. It is cumbersome. But the latest models have automatic systems for the 3 rd row.

  • by K on 18 Apr 2019
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Volvo XC40 question
Q. What is the difference in the three variants in XC40?
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Volvo XC40 is available in two variants, D4 Momentum and D4 Inscription. The D4 Inscription is almost 4 lakh rupees costlier than the D4 Momentum model as it has been loaded with luxury features like R Design Leather Nubuck Seats, Cutting Edge Aluminium Decor Inlays, Charcoal Headlining,R Design Steering Wheel With Unideco Inlay, R Design Gear Lever Knob, Automatically Dimmed Inner Rear View Mirror, Carpet Kit,Textile R Design, Front Tread Plates, Metal R Design, Interior Illumination High Level, Windscreen Ticket Holder, Storage Box Under Driver Seat, Glove Box Curry Hook, Waste Bin With Net in Front Of Armrest, Tunnel Console High Gloss Black, Driftwood decor inlays, Perforated steering wheel with unideco inlay, Crystal gear lever knob, Inscription, metal Inscription, Interior illumination high level etc. These are some of the features offered on the D4 inception as.Click here for comparision: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/volvo-xc40-d4-inscription-vs-volvo-xc40-d4-momentum

  • by Zigwheels on 17 Apr 2019
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Volvo XC60 question
Q. Is XC 60 better than X3, Q5 and GLC?
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Volvo XC60 is enriched with the features like the self-driving tech, the stellar audio system, the massaging seats and that air suspension does what’s needed to set the XC60 apart. Other than that it gets the rear seats, we reckon, could do with a recline function. The central armrest at the rear has a covered tray that slams shut - a little damping would’ve been nice. It also misses rear blinds, something that a chauffeur-driven owner would enjoy. If the Q5 is taken into account, It’s lighter, more powerful and efficient and the added space to the second row is a welcome addition. The tractability of the Audi 2.0-litre diesel paired with the DSG gearbox has always been a strong point of the Audi and that still holds true with the Q5.The Mercedes GLC is everything you need for a fun drive. The GLC is that rare SUV that perfectly blends style, comfort, luxury, drivability and off-road capability (something that seems to have gone missing in modern-day SUVs). It has a car built to be an all-rounder. Although, The new third generation of the X3 is now up to date with features as well, looks imposing and is fairly comfortable. BMW X3's engine isn’t something to write home about, it does everything you ask of it and is efficient too. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test drive of all these cars so that you may evaluate the cars on the basis of your outlook toward the drive quality, features and comfort.Click here for dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers

  • by Zigwheels on 15 Apr 2019
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Volvo S60 Cross Country question
Q. Is this car is better then Audi A4
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Audi A4 and Volvo S60 Cross Country are two very specific sedans. If we compare these cars on the basis of practicality the Volvo S60 has been offered with a 201mm ground clearance which is way more than the Audi A4's 165mm so for the Indian roads the Volvo S60 CC is a better option. If we talk about the cabin space, the Volvo S60 is offered with ample space for four in the car. Though due to the sloping roofline, the headroom at the rear is a tad restricted, especially for the taller passengers. Audi A4 on the other hand, for the chauffeur drive, there’s legroom at the rear. Even with a six-foot frame in the front seat, there was ample space behind. Volvo S60 CC is also offered with the AWD(all-wheel drive) which gives it an edge over the Audi A4. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test drive of both the cars so that you may evaluate the cars on the basis of your outlook toward the drive quality, features and comfort.Click here for dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers

  • by Zigwheels on 15 Apr 2019
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Mercedes-Benz GLC 2019 question
Q. Can it beat Volvo XC40?
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In terms of luxury, the Volvo XC40 has no match to the Mercedes Benz GLC 2019 as the Mercedes has been a scion being a leading luxurious automaker. In terms of ergonomics, the Volvo XC40 looks way sharper and beefier than the Mercedes Benz GLC. Over and all the new Mercedes Benz GLC 2019 can be a good competitor to the Volvo XC40.

  • by Zigwheels on 3 Apr 2019
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