Volvo S60, V60 and V70 prices have been slashed, thanks to the launch of new Business Edition models.
The new trim level replaces ES and ES Nav versions and, depending on model, costs up to £3000 less.
Business Edition trim is aimed at company car users. Standard equipment includes satellite-navigation, Bluetooth, rear parking sensors and an upgraded stereo system. Buyers can add any of Volvo's standard options or option packs.
For S60 and V60 models, Business Edition trim can be combined with Volvo's T3 petrol engine and D2, D3 and D4 diesel engines.
V70 Business Edition models are available in D2 Powershift (automatic), D3, D4 and D5 form.
Prices for S60 Business Edition models start at £19,995 - just £250 more than the cheapest Volvo V40 model. The equivalent V60 estate is £21,195.
Prices for Volvo V60 Business Edition models start from £21,195.
Volvo S60 Business Edition are available from £19,995 – just £250 more than the cheapest Volvo V40.
The V70 D2 Powershift Business Edition costs £24,995 - £2925 less than the previous entry-level V70 diesel model.
Thanks to the new trim levels, the entry-level S60 now costs only £250 more than the cheapest Volvo V40 model.
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