Volvo revises equipment and pricing of certain models.
Auto Business News - 16 May 2008(c)2005 - Electronic News Publishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Volvo Car Corporation (Volvo), a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F), has revised the equipment and pricing of almost every car in its range.
The C30 features revised satellite-navigation system, with new colours, a new driver interface and a refresh function to the menus and symbols. The automaker has reduced the price of the system to GBP1,500.
The S60 SE Sport models feature an anti-theft alarm, active bending lights and a headlamp cleaning system. The price of the S40 model has been increased by GBP200, while R-Design SE Sport models are reduced by GBP190.
The automaker has started taking orders for 2009 model-year vehicles, and deliveries of the model are expected to commence in July 2009.
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|Date:||May 16, 2008|
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