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It might be some time since we voted the multitalented Volvo XC40 our Car of the Year, but it still cuts the mustard. It blends generous passenger space and a practical boot with a quality interior and top-notch safety. That means you aren't only buying a hugely desirable product, but one backed up with real substance. Just be aware that the plug-in hybrid Recharge versions aren't as good to drive as regular petrol models.get the best price
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On top of the toys included with Inscription, the Pro version adds adaptive LED headlights, heated front seats, an electrically adjustable passenger seat with memory function, headlight washers, a heated windscreen and 19in alloy wheels.
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This 2.0-litre petrol engine packs almost 200bhp, so acceleration is surprisingly nippy. The best option is the cheaper and more fuel-efficient front-wheel drive version, because when you add four-wheel drive the fuel consumption gets a lot worse. The cheaper T3 makes a lot more sense.
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