Volvo Auto India, this week, launched the petrol variant of
its V40 Cross Country premium hatch. The T4 petrol is now available at Volvo
dealership across the country for a price for INR 27 lakhs (Ex-showroom Mumbai
GDTi 4-cylinder turbo-charged direct injection – that pushes out 180 PS and 240
Nm of torque. A 6-speed automatic transmission transfers power to the front
wheels of the hatch.
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EcoBoost I4 engine sourced from Ford Motors. With this new engine offering, the
V40 Cross country becomes the only Volvo car in India to have both petrol and
diesel engine options.
launched the new variant at a function held at Mumbai yesterday. In a
statement, he said that the company is buoyed by the acceptance of the V40
Cross country in the domestic market since its launch in 2013 and the petrol
variant now follows at a competitive price so as to increase its reach further.
Intelligent Driver Information System, TFT instrument display, Side Impact and
Whiplash protection systems with a host of airbags, Park Assist with Camera,
start/stop tech and regenerative braking, Panoramic sunroof, Sensus audio
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Country back in June 2013. With no direct alternative in the segment, the V40
Cross Country in India competes with the likes of BMW 1-Series, entry-level
Audi Q series, and Mercedes A-Class.
will soon add showrooms in West Delhi and Kolkata. It is also planning to
launch S60 T6 (petrol variant of the S60 premium sedan), V40 hatchback, and the
next-generation XC90 SUV later this year.
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