Volvo cuts price of its C30 hatchback
Swedish manufacturer announces price cut of £1,300 to the entry-level model of its C30.
Volvo has jannounced that it is cutting the price of its stylish C30 hatchback by £1,300. From March 21st 2011, the entry-level 2.0-litre petrol version will cost from £14,995.
Volvo says that it has done this to help customers to free up extra money so that they can select more options, encouraging buyers to “create their own car.”
The entry-level 2.0-litre, 143bhp C30 comes with climate control, 16-inch alloys and a stereo with an aux input as standard.
With some of the highlights from Volvo’s options list including portable sat-navs and a range of different styling kits, plus for those more interested in performance, the Swedish firm has made a more conscious effort to promote its link with the motorsport firm Polestar.
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