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Volvo Xc40 1.5 T3 163hp Momentum Fwd £191.99 pm + £1727.89 + £180 total £6323.66 over 24 months @ UK carline
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Volvo Xc40 1.5 T3 163hp Momentum Fwd £191.99 pm + £1727.89 + £180 total £6323.66 over 24 months @ UK carline

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Posted 17th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

I know this deal has been up. But it is still live, and having just ordered a car, it really is a great deal.

Personally I’ve ordered a R Design but that’s quite a bit more expensive. This is a great deal, and the company have been very responsive in handling my many questions.

i had been toying with an Audi A4 saloon which was around the same price, but decided on the XC40.
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Evo141n17/01/2020 18:40

FWD front wheel drive, FWD four wheel drive... who knows?



4 wheel drive is never referred to as FWD (front wheel drive) , Volvo use 'AWD' in their model descriptions which is 'All wheel drive' obviously.
Evo141n17/01/2020 18:40

FWD front wheel drive, FWD four wheel drive... who knows?


except we do know - it’s front wheel drive.
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Is this all wheel drive or front wheel drive?
Anyone found an automatic gearbox deal for this?
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skip11217/01/2020 18:24

Anyone found a automatic gearbox deal for this?


Quite a bit more exp
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pc_tech8617/01/2020 18:23

Is this all wheel drive or front wheel drive?


It says FWD in the item description so I’d guess it’s just front
Damn. That is tempting.
FWD front wheel drive, FWD four wheel drive... who knows?
Evo141n17/01/2020 18:40

FWD front wheel drive, FWD four wheel drive... who knows?


except we do know - it’s front wheel drive.
WDF....???
Evo141n17/01/2020 18:40

FWD front wheel drive, FWD four wheel drive... who knows?



4 wheel drive is never referred to as FWD (front wheel drive) , Volvo use 'AWD' in their model descriptions which is 'All wheel drive' obviously.
I'm guessing the one in the pic is the All Wheel Drive version
What happened to the original post?
Great deal, but only 5,000 miles pa.:(
mgk17/01/2020 19:47

What happened to the original post?


Was just thinking the same thing. Went to look for it and its gone.
Wasn't there another xc40 deal up yesterday what happened to that?
pc_tech8617/01/2020 19:17

I'm guessing the one in the pic is the All Wheel Drive version



No way of knowing from the pic as the Fwd looks the same as the Awd , its definately not the momentum though ! Looks more like R Design with upgraded alloys
rooney1017/01/2020 21:09

No way of knowing from the pic as the Fwd looks the same as the Awd , its …No way of knowing from the pic as the Fwd looks the same as the Awd , its definately not the momentum though ! Looks more like R Design with upgraded alloys



rooney1017/01/2020 21:09

No way of knowing from the pic as the Fwd looks the same as the Awd , its …No way of knowing from the pic as the Fwd looks the same as the Awd , its definately not the momentum though ! Looks more like R Design with upgraded alloys


Truth alert! I just picked from the available pictures, sorry if it’s misleading.
Perfect for the 1/2 mile school run.
Jelly.Bean17/01/2020 23:05

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It does. This is clearly a mistake, it is for the petrol variant.
It's a "Faux by Four"!
Jelly.Bean17/01/2020 22:47

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Not sure I follow... are you saying that buying outright at £24.1k using a loan (inc. interest), it'd be £1.4k cheaper this lease deal? or £2.1k cheaper?

Personally need an XC60 / GLC / GLB deal, but could get away with one of these if it's a seriously good deal. Unfortunately, looks like it's only on manual gearboxes :-/
Jelly.Bean18/01/2020 01:09

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So you'd only lose £2.1k over 2 years? That sounds very miscalculated to me.
bill123s17/01/2020 20:24

Wasn't there another xc40 deal up yesterday what happened to that?


What did happen to that deal? Came up in the daily email, was over 2000°, but nowhere to be found on here...
Jelly.Bean17/01/2020 22:47

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mkara18/01/2020 09:47

So you'd only lose £2.1k over 2 years? That sounds very miscalculated to …So you'd only lose £2.1k over 2 years? That sounds very miscalculated to me.


£22.7k trade-in at 2 years old looks very optimistic to me. Can't see how you'd get more than £20k. Then there are finance costs to think about on top of that.
Jelly.Bean18/01/2020 12:12

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That car is 1 year old not 2. You can deduct another years depreciation from that, and then at least another 10% from that to cover the dealers overheads and profit. Can't see how anyone trading one of these in at 2 years old is going to be offered nearly £23k, when as you pointed out in your original post that you can buy them brand new with 2 years extra warranty for only £24k.
Guzzle18/01/2020 13:05

That car is 1 year old not 2. You can deduct another years depreciation …That car is 1 year old not 2. You can deduct another years depreciation from that, and then at least another 10% from that to cover the dealers overheads and profit. Can't see how anyone trading one of these in at 2 years old is going to be offered nearly £23k, when as you pointed out in your original post that you can buy them brand new with 2 years extra warranty for only £24k.


Exactly. Let use the £24k for a new as a base figure (dealer makes a profit on this amount).
So £24k minus VAT is £20k. The lease amount minus VAT is about £5k. So down to £15k. Then add VAT on the sales value. Gives you £18k.
So as long as the dealer covers £18k they are in profit as if it was sold new.
So at best he will only offer you £18k trade in as that is what his lease deals are making him.

So buying it at the discounted price is likely going to cost you £6k at least. So kind of pointless buying it if you intend to get rid at 2 years.
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I’ve just ordered one from here, went to my local Volvo dealer and they couldn’t even get close on price!
Always loved the XC40. Very decent deal and a great stop gap till the Tesla Model Y is available in the U.K.
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Jelly.Bean18/01/2020 13:44

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Ok let's use your numbers. But lease or sale, it's still a car through the books, but anyway.

£27k car (dealer making a good profit £2k?)
£27k car is £22.5k minus VAT. £5k from the lease (£17.5k) plus VAT gives you £21k.
So to make the £21k he would from a lease car he is only going to offer you £19k at best to make the same £2k. But as people like to haggle on used cars so might be £18.5k.
So maybe it will cost you £5.5k Vs the lease cost. So at very best you will be £800 better off.
Probably not worth the the risk for most people.
Buy one at £24k and try and sell it in 2 years and get back to us on how it went.
Cold. I had this car for 4 days and yes it’s a very practical family car. Unfortunately mpgs are awful, lucky to get 30. Also would not buy this model with manual, really deserves auto gear box. Will wait for Inscription to get cheaper. I have a friend who works for Volvo in Sweden and hearing that Xc will get much cheaper and more affordable very soon.
Ordered thank
These numbers are for business leasing only?
RugbyRoley23/01/2020 09:24

These numbers are for business leasing only?


Yep, looks like the deal is over. I will expire.
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