What used Volvo V60 estate will I get for my budget?
You can pick up one of the earlier V60s with a highish mileage for under £4000, but we’d recommend spending £6000 for a good 2011 or 2012 cars with an average mileage for the year and a full service history, bought either privately or from a trader. Up the money to between £9500 and £14,000 to get yourself a tidy 2014 to 2015 car. Late 2017 to 2018 cars can be found from £16,500, while the rare D6 plug-in hybrid can be cost more than £20,000 for something with low-mileage.
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How much does it cost to run a Volvo V60 estate?
Not surprisingly it’s the diesels that are the most economical in the range, especially so the 2.0-litre 120 D2, with a combined fuel economy figure of 74.3mpg for a corresponding CO2 emissions figure of 101g/km. Meanwhile, the 1.6-litre D2 version that features in earlier models boasts a fuel consumption of 62.8mpg, with corresponding CO2 emissions figures of 119g/km. The 2.0 D4 163 claims an average 62.8mpg as well, while the best performing petrol-powered version is the T3 150 with an average 47.1mpg and CO2 emissions of 139g/km.
Those V60s registered before the car tax changes of April 2017 came into force will be charged annually depending on CO2 output, while those few registered after that date will be charged at the flat rate, currently £145 a year. To find out more about the current road tax costs, click here for further information.
Insurance costs for the V60 are reasonable, as Volvo’s excellent safety reputation helps to keep premiums down. Groups range from 21 up to 42 for the most powerful petrol-engined flyers.
Volvo doesn't have specific fixed price servicing costs, but main dealer servicing is competitive with other premium brand manufacturers.
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