Brand New 2022 Volvo XC60 uk deals

Compare brand new 2022 Volvo XC60 prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £7486 from our dealers. Our 2022 Volvo XC60 deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Volvo manufactures 16 model variants.

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Auto Petrol MHEV 2.0B5 MEHV 250 SS 5 2.0 250 180 £44310 Save £6879
Auto Petrol MHEV 2.0B5 MEHV 250 SS 5 2.0 250 180 £44310 Save £6879
Auto Petrol MHEV 2.0B5 MEHV 250 SS 5 2.0 250 182 £46685 Save £7123
Auto Petrol MHEV 2.0B5 MEHV 250 SS 5 2.0 250 182 £46685 Save £7123
Auto Diesel MHEV 2.0B4 MHEV 197 SS 5 2.0 197 168 £46670 Save £7159
Auto Diesel MHEV 2.0B4 MHEV 197 SS 5 2.0 197 168 £46670 Save £7159
Auto Petrol MHEV 2.0B5 MEHV 250 SS 5 2.0 250 188 £51785 Save £7649
Auto Petrol MHEV 2.0B5 MEHV 250 SS 5 2.0 250 188 £51785 Save £7649
Auto Petrol Hybrid 2.0h T6 18.8kWh 350 SS 5 2.0 350 23 £53075 Save £7356
Auto Petrol Hybrid 2.0h T6 18.8kWh 350 SS 5 2.0 350 23 £53075 Save £7356
Auto Petrol Hybrid 2.0h T6 18.8kWh 350 SS 5 2.0 350 23 £54975 Save £7533
Auto Petrol Hybrid 2.0h T6 18.8kWh 350 SS 5 2.0 350 23 £54975 Save £7533
Auto Petrol Hybrid 2.0h T8 18.8kWh 455 SS 5 2.0 455 25 £60400 Save £8037
Auto Petrol Hybrid 2.0h T8 18.8kWh 455 SS 5 2.0 455 25 £60400 Save £8037
Auto Petrol Hybrid 2.0h T8 18.8kWh 455 SS 5 2.0 455 23 £61600 Save £8149
Auto Petrol Hybrid 2.0h T8 18.8kWh 455 SS 5 2.0 455 23 £61600 Save £8149
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Volvo XC60

Expect to pay somewhere in the £30,000 to £45,000 bracket for your XC60. That's the theory. In practice, most sales are made in the £30,000 to £35,000 bracket and are focused on the D4 models that almost all buyers choose.

Bear in mind that of these, it's only the 2WD variants that get Volvo's far more sophisticated 'Drive-E' 2.0-litre 16v four cylinder 190bhp diesel engine. It's by far the best, most efficient and most sophisticated powerplant in the range and comes with the £1,500 option of an equally clever 8-speed automatic transmission.

Pretty much the only reason I can think of for not choosing it would be if you had to have AWD. If that's the case, you can still choose an XC60 with a D4 badge but to cope with power going to all four wheels, it'll have to be one propelled by Volvo's older Ford-derived 2.4-litre five cylinder unit, also now upgraded to 190bhp to create parity with the 2WD model.

This sells for an £1,800 premium over the 2WD model and here again, there's the £1,500 option of automatic transmission, though in this case, we're talking an older less efficient 6-speed gearbox..

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