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Update Volvo V40 range

Volvo makes changes in the range New Volvo V40 and V40 Cross Country. In both, there are improvements in the equipment and the Cross Country opens a new version T4.

Volvo V40

As in the XC60, the S60 and the V60, the level of equipment “R-Design” unfolds and is associated with two of the existing levels forming the new “R-Design Kinetic” and “R-Design Momentum “.

Aesthetically these new versions do not differ with respect to the “R-Design” Original but there are differences in equipment between them. For example, electronic interior mirror, cruise control, light sensor or rain sensor part of the standard features of the “R-Design Momentum”.

Both versions are available with the full range of engines: three diesel 114 hp-D2, D3 and D4 150 hp 177 hp and two petrol-T4-T5 179 hp and 254 hp

D2-version 1.6-liter diesel engine and 115 hp-consumption rises slightly (one tenth) stood at 3.7 l/100 km. Increase CO2 emissions to 96 g / km (continues to be exempt from paying the registration fee). In addition, D2 versions are available with dual-clutch automatic transmission and 6-speed ‘Power shift’.

With the change ‘Power shift’ D2 versions have a consumption of 4.0 l/100 km and emit 105 g / km of CO2 particles. Top speed remains at 190 km / h and acceleration from standstill to 100 km / h 0.2 seconds increases over versions with manual

Volvo V40 Cross Country

The V40 Cross Country is the variant of the new volvo cars adapted for driving on dirt roads, as its ground clearance is 40 mm higher. This gain is achieved by changes to the suspension and because standard tires are larger in diameter than the V40 (and with a higher sidewall, which also reduces the risk of damaging them when driving on surfaces in poor condition).

T4 version is different from that available in the V40-engine having a 1.6 liter four-cylinder engine and front wheel drive power while maintaining the same CV–179. In the Country Cross engine is now sold five-cylinder 2.0 liter with AWD and a system of hill descent control (“HDC”). The automatic gearbox is called torque converter by Volvo as “Geartronic

The version in the Cross Country T5 differs from that offered in the V60 because it also has all-wheel drive system and hill descent control (“HDC”).

Apart from these changes in the engines, there are levels of equipment. On the level ‘Kinetic’ is now standard color screen 5 inches (previously monochrome), in the “Momentum” is added to the standard features auto-dimming rear-view mirror and the ‘Summon’ seat power driver and memory become standard in contrast, xenon headlights become optional

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