like the V40 (Great) with black plastic (ughh!, the 2013 XC90 refresh got rid of all the plastic cladding to freshen the look.) Pls give us the V40 clean look and slap the XC40 badge on it for the US.http://www.autoevolution.com/news/volvo-xc40-with-interior-revealed-in-latest-spyshots-46139.html
Looks good...pretty much v40 with black plastic.
The plasticky stuff and skid plates look weird but its still a good looking car and would definitely consider it in ice white, something bright would make this car look very good, not to say the twilight bronze is bad or anything.lets it shine
The plasticky stuff and skid plates look weird but its still a good looking car and would definitely consider it in ice white, something bright would make this car look very good, not to say the twilight bronze is bad or anything.
V40 with weird suv-ish cladding and marketed as an SUV..... for people who can see clearly and not go for the marketing bs, its a small tall-ish hatch/small wagon just like the XC70 is a tall cladded wagon, the BMW X1 is a small tall-ish wagon and the Audi A4 allroad is an avant with an extra inch of ground clearance, "tough" cladding, and underbody protection. In other words cars with SUV labels but not really SUVs.
Can you explain what you mean by this? Is it that because, in the UK, vehicle height has a greater affect on vehicle premiums (because the average claims payment becomes higher when the vehicle's front and rear bumpers are higher than that of the super-mini car class, which we don't have as many of in the US so it may affect vehicle premiums less)?IM all for the XC40's look. If they make it any higher it will be as expensive to insure as the current XC60 is. I'm hoping for cheaper insurance.