The multitalented XC40 is so good we named it our 2018 Car of the Yearread the full model review
Inscription trim pushes up the price, but not unbearably so. If you fancy some luxury, you might well be tempted. Leather seat trim, metallic paint, an electrically adjustable driver’s seat, front parking sensors, a powered tailgate, multicolour theatre ambient lighting, wood trim inlays and a crystal gearlever on automatic versions are all standard.
The cheapest way into the Volvo XC40 lineup. The entry-level 1.5-litre petrol engine is aimed at those doing relatively low miles who drive mostly in town. It needs to be worked hard to get motorway-merging performance, so we'd definitely look further up the range for something more powerful and better suited to the XC40. Only available with a manual gearbox and front-wheel drive