Used Volvo XC60 2017-present review

Category: Large SUV

Section: Ownership cost

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Used Volvo XC60 2017-present review
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Ownership cost

What used Volvo XC60 4x4 will I get for my budget?

You’re going to need around £18,000 to £20,000 to get into an XC60 of this generation. For that money, you’ll get a 2017 car with a reasonable mileage for the year and a full history, bought from a franchised dealer. Spend between £22,000 and £25,000 to secure you a good 2018 car, with a choice of engines and trims. Pay more for the hybrid versions, though. You can take your pick of engines and trim if you spend between £25,000 and £28,000, all bought from a Volvo dealer. You should get a good 2019 car for that, but you'll need to spend more than that to get a mild hybrid car or a 2020 model. 

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Car tax

All XC60s of this generation will be registered after the tax changes of April 2017, so the annual tax will be the flat rate, and boosted by a supplement charged to cars costing more than £40,000. The current rates are £150 a year for the annual car tax, and £325 a year for the luxury car tax. To find out more about the current road tax costs, click here for further information.

Servicing

When your XC60 needs a service, the prices are reasonable compared with its German rivals and you can opt for a number of servicing plans that let you spread the cost and pay by direct debit.

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