Volvo C30 and C70 prices revealed
* Entry-level C30 1000 cheaper * Mid-range C30 prices go up * Most C70s increase by 700...
Prices for Volvo's face-lifted C30 and C70 models have been revealed.
The entry-level price of the C30 has been cut with the introduction of a new 'S' trim level, but most models in the range have gone up in price.
The C70 is also pricier, with a 700 increase on all versions except the range-topping models.
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The C30 1.6 S starts at 14,49, making it 1000 cheaper than the pre-face-lift entry-level 1.6 SE. S trim includes electronic climate control, a leather steering wheel and gearknob, plus alloy wheels.
However, the 1.6 SE and 1.6 R-Design have gone up by 750 to 16,245, the mid-ranking 2.0D SE has increased by 515 to 18,095 and the range-topping T5 R-Design now costs 20,235 - a 250 increase.
Volvo C70 prices
Most versions of the C70 coupe-cabriolet have increased by 700 compared with pre-face-lift versions. That takes the cost of an entry-level 2.0D S to 25,995 and the best-selling D5 SE to 29,995.
Models at the top of the C70 range have been less affected by the increases. The price of the range-topping diesel D5 SE Lux Premium has increased by only 50, while the T5 SE Lux Premium is now 33,595 - 280 cheaper than its pre-face-lift equivalent.
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