Volvo C40 SUV (2022) Review
Volvos are expensive these days (rightly so – its technology and stuff is on par with Land Rover, Audi and BMW) but it’s trying to make it fun with some kind of monthly maintenance subscription. This combines repairs, taxes and damages into one hefty monthly fee, which is a great way to go electric, but it may not be cheaper than how you’re getting it now. a. In terms of running costs, the C40, like all electric cars, offers those with the option of charging at home to “refuel” their cars for peanuts at low electricity rates and tax breaks for those commercial driver.
Volvo is proud of its safety record and the C40 comes with the latest equipment to keep you out of trouble, including power steering, airbags and other safety measures in case of an accident. inevitable indeed. It’s clear that the technology’s aim is to prevent that from happening in the first place, with Volvo’s radar/camera monitoring cruise control and driver assistance to reduce fatigue from driving (although you’ll put your hands on the wheel, of course) during blind spot warning and automatic braking to stop the car if you’re about to back into an unseen danger are standard. Given how little you can see through the small rear window, that’s not a bad thing.
“Care By Volvo is a convenient way to make the switch to electric but may not actually prove that much cheaper than the way you do it now”