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VOLVO V90 Estate SAVE 27% 2.0 T4 Inscription Plus 5dr Geartronic £31,859 New-Car-Discount
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VOLVO V90 Estate SAVE 27% 2.0 T4 Inscription Plus 5dr Geartronic £31,859 New-Car-Discount

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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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19 Comments
ZapGod17/12/2019 00:02

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Any idea how much you save per 10000 mi?

Or how many mi to save £10K
Edited by: "muppetrider" 17th Dec 2019
ZapGod17/12/2019 00:02

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Surely this car is more comparable to a Model S. Model 3 is more like a 3 Series in size.
muppetrider17/12/2019 00:04

Any idea how much you save per 10000 mi?Or how many mi to save £10K



Not much when you see how much Tesla servicing costs.
oddballjamie17/12/2019 00:09

Not much when you see how much Tesla servicing costs.


Electric cars are super reliable.
Now Tesla tells owners: "Your Tesla does not require annual maintenance and regular fluid changes," and instead recommends only periodic, as-needed servicing of brake fluid, pads, and calipers, filters, and air conditioning.
Edited by: "ZapGod" 17th Dec 2019
muppetrider17/12/2019 00:04

Any idea how much you save per 10000 mi?Or how many mi to save £10K


Well depends on your mileage, but most will save £1,000 a year. However you are driving a faster and more reliable vehicle for your money that constantly gets new features via software updates.
ZapGod17/12/2019 00:15

Electric cars are super reliable.Now Tesla tells owners: "Your Tesla does …Electric cars are super reliable.Now Tesla tells owners: "Your Tesla does not require annual maintenance and regular fluid changes," and instead recommends only periodic, as-needed servicing of brake fluid, pads, and calipers, filters, and air conditioning.



I'm not debating that. However many lease agreements require it and if you want to limit depreciation, servicing is a given.
ZapGod17/12/2019 00:21

Well depends on your mileage, but most will save £1,000 a year. However …Well depends on your mileage, but most will save £1,000 a year. However you are driving a faster and more reliable vehicle for your money that constantly gets new features via software updates.


Absolutely, sounds good to me.. now just to find one on 0% finance
ZapGod17/12/2019 00:02

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Very different cars. This volvo is way way bigger.... Need to be looking at a model S or X for something remotely comparable. Both of which are a tad more expensive.

Road tax on this volvo is going to be circa £500 a year which is a downer
ZapGod17/12/2019 00:21

Well depends on your mileage, but most will save £1,000 a year. However …Well depends on your mileage, but most will save £1,000 a year. However you are driving a faster and more reliable vehicle for your money that constantly gets new features via software updates.


If you get free electric yes, otherwise you aren't going to save anywhere near that amount. It's about £17 to charge up at a super charger.
oddballjamie17/12/2019 00:07

Surely this car is more comparable to a Model S. Model 3 is more like a 3 …Surely this car is more comparable to a Model S. Model 3 is more like a 3 Series in size.


Comparable to a bus! V90s are massive
jrw17/12/2019 07:00

If you get free electric yes, otherwise you aren't going to save anywhere …If you get free electric yes, otherwise you aren't going to save anywhere near that amount. It's about £17 to charge up at a super charger.



Well most journeys are from home with a fully charged car, which is amazingly cheap. However, if you are a travelling salesman then super charger costs are still about half the cost of Petrol. 250 miles range is plenty plenty for most.
ZapGod17/12/2019 08:43

Well most journeys are from home with a fully charged car, which is …Well most journeys are from home with a fully charged car, which is amazingly cheap. However, if you are a travelling salesman then super charger costs are still about half the cost of Petrol. 250 miles range is plenty plenty for most.


Still about £10 to charge at home.
jrw17/12/2019 08:44

Still about £10 to charge at home.



For those folks who drive 250 miles a day perhaps. But still at least its a quarter what you would pay in petrol. Also you save on maintenance as a fossil fuel car has hundreds of moving parts, according to Tesla, their drivetrain only has about 17 moving parts compared to the 200 or so in a typical drivetrain in diesal or petrol.
Reported the nonsense comments about smaller electric cars and thankfully they have been removed.
This is a great price for a top trim level car that can tow a boathouse, I’d be tempted by the D5/B5 Diesel engines and yes, these cars are massive.
oddballjamie17/12/2019 00:07

Surely this car is more comparable to a Model S. Model 3 is more like a 3 …Surely this car is more comparable to a Model S. Model 3 is more like a 3 Series in size.


Actually I think you are correct. I missed that its an estate car so comparison is quite unfair.
designaw17/12/2019 09:40

Reported the nonsense comments about smaller electric cars and thankfully …Reported the nonsense comments about smaller electric cars and thankfully they have been removed.This is a great price for a top trim level car that can tow a boathouse, I’d be tempted by the D5/B5 Diesel engines and yes, these cars are massive.


You are quite correct, I missed it was a very large estate for some reason. Good catch
designaw17/12/2019 09:40

Reported the nonsense comments about smaller electric cars and thankfully …Reported the nonsense comments about smaller electric cars and thankfully they have been removed.This is a great price for a top trim level car that can tow a boathouse, I’d be tempted by the D5/B5 Diesel engines and yes, these cars are massive.


I have the XC90 D5 (very end of them before the B5) which I bought new this summer. I'd say while the torque is fantastic, the cost of fuelling is the real killer. I'm getting around 33mpg from mine and I cover mainly motorway driving. Petrols are closely comparable for mpg, but the initial cost much lower. It's also quite noisy, especially at start up in the cold up here in Scotland.
Definitely the most complete car I've ever owned and better than anything else in it's class when I was looking, but if I didn't get my fuel refunded I would steer well clear from the diesel model.
Chouman17/12/2019 17:37

I have the XC90 D5 (very end of them before the B5) which I bought new …I have the XC90 D5 (very end of them before the B5) which I bought new this summer. I'd say while the torque is fantastic, the cost of fuelling is the real killer. I'm getting around 33mpg from mine and I cover mainly motorway driving. Petrols are closely comparable for mpg, but the initial cost much lower. It's also quite noisy, especially at start up in the cold up here in Scotland.Definitely the most complete car I've ever owned and better than anything else in it's class when I was looking, but if I didn't get my fuel refunded I would steer well clear from the diesel model.


This is a petrol estate and not a massive heavy 4x4.
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