New car prices Volvo
Information Sheet: VOLVO
Assar Gabrielsson and Gustav Larson founded Volvo, in 1924. The first Volvo car was the 1950cc Jakob, production got underway in 1927. Volvo's idea was to build a motorcar more appropriate to the Scandinavian climate than the US manufacturers were offering, Swedish steel would be used along with imported components.
Gabrielson financed the production of a dozen prototypes, with bodies styled in Sweden by Helmer Mas Olle. Ship builders Pentaverken built and supplied the engines, and SKF agreed to fund the production of the first 1000 cars, to be built at the Lundby factory near Gothenburg from 1927.
By 1932, the company were showing profits and output was around 1000 cars a year, although demand eased slightly due to the mid-30's recession. SKF surrendered control of Volvo in 1935, and at the same time Volvo took over Pentaverken, which went on to become the marine-engineering side of Volvo.
There are new and used VOLVO dealers located in , Canberra, Sydney, Darwin, Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth (most suburbs) and regional Australia. Most dealers also deal some other make at the same dealer. Few dealers offer a worthwhile Car Insurance for your VOLVO, however.
Current VOLVO for sale in Australia right now:
Used (private sale or dealers sale) cars
If you buy a used VOLVO, we strongly recommend car insurance for your VOLVO too.
VOLVO Extended Warranty
VOLVO comes with a factory warranty provided by the manufacturer. After the factory warranty has expired, you need to purchase and extended warranty for your VOLVO. Things to look out for when buying an extended warranty are:
- That you are not forced to service your car at a particular dealership. This can become very costly otherwise.
- That the warranty covers both parts and labour.
It is prudent to ensure you get the lowest price for your new VOLVO, and the best place in not from your local VOLVO dealer - you get the lowest prices in , Canberra, Sydney, Darwin, Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and regional Australia by avoiding dealers and using Carbroker.com.au for VOLVO model years: 2022. Lowest price guaranteed! You will save thousands compared to what most people pay at the dealers in the suburbs. You will also save even more if you have a trade in! Remember there's no second chance when you buy your new car!
I hope you found this Fast Facts of use! We may add a price list to this list too, but price lists are only used as an initial guide to the price of the new VOLVO: XC90, XC60, XC40, S60, V60 Cross Country; since even your local VOLVO dealers in suburbs around , Canberra, Sydney, Darwin, Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth or regional Australia will be able to beat the list price on any new VOLVO. Good for budgeting purposes, though. Check our Fast Facts on other makes too!
And remember we deal with fleet sales too! We cater for any option and accessory, including such things as a sun roof, window tinting, towbar, and many other things (same as your dealers). Whether you're in the eastern, western, northern or southern suburbs, there's sure to be dealers ready to take advantage. Also note that we can do Car Insurance for VOLVO
Get a discounted price on a new VOLVO!
Our other makes
Car buying tricks are unecessary when we do the negotiating for your new VOLVO. Anyone who needs to get a lower price (and avoid the car dealers games) should use our service. Pick a make to see what models are availaible. We also do car insurance on the makes listed below.
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