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Volvo V40 pricing accounced

New Volvo hatchback priced from £19,745

Volvo has announced UK pricing for its all-new five-door V40 hatchback. Set to rival the Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series competitor, the V40 is available from £19,745.

The V40 builds on the firm’s reputation for car safety, featuring some clever new technology.

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Pricing for the Volvo V40 starts at £19,745

Volvo V40 has pedestrian airbag

The V40 includes a world first in the form of a newly developed pedestrian airbag system.

The new technology is part of a two-stage system, popping the car’s bonnet up at the rear and deploying an airbag at the base of the windscreen to cushion pedestrian impact with the car’s A-pillars.

Another smart feature is Volvo’s city safety aid, which scans the road ahead and automatically applies the brakes at up to 31mph to help avoid or reduce the impact in a crash.

Priced from £19,745

The V40 is available in three trim levels – ES, SE and SE LUX.

Prices start at £19,745, and equipment in ES trim is fair – entry-level spec gets the city safety and pedestrian airbag systems as standard, as well as Bluetooth and climate control.

Upgrading to SE trim will cost £635, but adds cruise control, steering wheel controls and keyless start, while top-spec SE LUX cars – starting from £23,345 – have leather inside, alloy wheels and xenon headlights.

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Deliveries of the V40 will begin in September

Stop-start for all engines

There’s a choice of three turbodiesel engines – an entry-level 113bhp 1.6 and a 2.0-litre unit in either 148bhp or 175bhp guise.

Two 1.6-litre petrol turbos are on offer, producing 148bhp or 178bhp, starting from £20,380 and £23,480 respectively – the latter is only available in SE and SE LUX trim. All engines have stop-start technology.

The V40 can be ordered now, but customer deliveries don’t begin until September 2012.

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