What used Volvo XC60 4x4 will I get for my budget?
You’re going to need around £21,000 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 £28,000 to secure you a good 2018 car, with a choice of engines and trims. You'll usually have to pay more for the hybrid versions, though – T8 cars, for example, start at around £30,000. Good 2019 models also start at around £30,000, while 2020 cars demand around £1000 more at least. The 2021 and 2022 XC60s go for upwards of around £35,000.
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The 2.0 diesel mild hybrid, known as the B4D, claims an official 46.3mpg under the newer WLTP tests, which is identical to the figure claimed for the B5D version.
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 £155 per year for all petrol and diesel cars, £145 per year for all hybrid cars, and £335 per year for the luxury car tax. To find out more about the current road tax costs, click here for further information.
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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