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    Volvo XC40 Recharge Price

    Volvo XC40 Recharge price for the base model is Rs. 56.90 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). XC40 Recharge price for 1 variant is listed below.

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    Volvo XC40 Recharge Car Specifications

    Fuel TypeElectric
    DriveTrainAWD
    Acceleration4.9 seconds
    Top Speed180 kmph

    Volvo XC40 Recharge Summary

    Latest Update

    The Volvo XC40 Recharge and XC60 are offered with discounts of up to Rs. 6.95 lakh. These benefits are valid for a limited period.

    Price

    Volvo XC40 Recharge price is Rs. 56.90 Lakh.

    Variants:

    The Volvo XC40 Recharge is available in a single, fully loaded variant known as P8 AWD.

    Market introduction:

    The Volvo XC40 Recharge was launched in India on 26 July, 2022.

    Engine and specification:

    Propelling the Volvo XC40 Recharge is a 78kWh battery pack producing a maximum power output of 402bhp and 660Nm of torque. This motor, which will send power to all four wheels, is claimed to return a range of 418kms on a single charge. The battery pack can be charged from 10-80 per cent in 28 minutes with the help of a 150kW DC fast charger.

    Exterior design:

    On the outside, the new Volvo XC40 Recharge sets itself apart from the ICE version with the help of a blanked-out grille finished in the body colour and the Recharge badging on the bootlid. A few other notable features of the exterior design include LED headlamps, 19-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, black cladding on the front and rear bumpers, and vertically stacked LED tail lights.

    Interior and features:

    Inside, the new Volvo XC40 Recharge comes equipped with features such as a 12-inch fully-digital instrument cluster, a 360-degree camera, electrically adjustable front seats with memory function, adaptive cruise control, lane keep assist, dual-zone climate control, a 13-speaker Harman Kardon-sourced music system, and a vertically stacked touchscreen infotainment system.

    Colours:

    The 2022 Volvo XC40 Recharge is offered in five colours including Crystal White, Fjord Blue, Onyx Black, Thunder Grey, and Sage Green.

    Seating capacity:

    The 2022 Volvo XC40 Recharge has a seating capacity of five occupants.

    Rivals:

    There are no direct rivals to XC40 Recharge.

    How is the Volvo XC40 Recharge car?

    • Pros

      • Breathtaking acceleration - Aggressive throttle inputs shove occupants into their seat
      • Good looks - Standout European styling, feels/looks premium, excellent build quality
      • Charging options - 150kW DC fast charger, 30kW/50kW charging, 11kW portable charger
      • Safety, features - Volvo is known for its safety kit, has a long list of comfort features
      • Highway driving - Cruising is as effortless/conventional, even with a full load
    • Cons

      • Second-row space - Narrow rear doors, lacks under-thigh support, best for two occupants
      • Established rivals, range anxiety - Alternatives have a wider network, around 300km only
      • After-sales - Volvo does not have as strong a sales/service/spares network as its rivals

    Volvo XC40 Recharge 2023 Verdict

    The Volvo XC40 Recharge may not be exciting in terms of driving dynamics. But then it will impress with its outright acceleration and sufficient range. Also, like its sibling, it continues to receive praise for its elegant stance and styling, superior build quality and refinement, and of course, thoroughly high safety standards.

    Volvo XC40 Recharge Car Review

    We have driven the Volvo XC40 Recharge to find out if it’s any good

    Summary

    8

    / 10
    Left Front Three Quarter

    Volvo Cars plans on going carbon neutral by 2040 and having an all-electric car portfolio by 2030. As they say, the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and XC40 Recharge is that step for Volvo Cars. It is the first-ever pure-electric offering from the Swedish carmaker in our country and will go on sale later this year. While internationally the XC40 Recharge comes in two versions — a single-motor 230bhp front-wheel-drive and a 400bhp dual-motor all-wheel-drive, the India-spec model is the latter one, which holds back nothing and offers remarkable straight-line performance. We have driven it to find all about it. 

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    Engine and Performance

    9

    / 10
    Front View

    The electric XC40 makes use of a 75kWh battery pack sending power to two motors - one on each axle making it AWD. The combined output from both the motors is equal to 300kW (around 402bhp) and 660Nm that’s capable of sending the XC40 from a standstill to a 100kmph in just 4.9 seconds. Now these numbers tell you only half the story of the XC40’s calibre. But before that, we’ll talk about its quirky startup procedure – or rather the lack of it. 

    Gear Shifter/Gear Shifter Stalk

    There’s no start/stop button anymore. You take your place behind the steering (with the keys on you, of course), the car senses a driver on the seat, you hold the brake pedal, slot the gear selector to D and off you go. All the starting and ignition procedures are eliminated. It has its weird flaws though (like you can’t have the AC running if no one is sitting in the driver’s seat) and takes time to get used to. But once you do get used to it, driving a conventional car will feel monotonous. 

    Right Front Three Quarter

    Secondly, it’s the acceleration. No matter what speed you are doing, just an aggressive dab on the throttle shoves you and your passengers deep into the seats with its neck-snapping pace. You can feel the rear squat down, nose lifting slightly skywards and boom, its shoots forward like an arrow from the bow. The calibration for acceleration is instantaneous rather than progressive. It feels maddeningly quick and is a lot of fun behind the wheel. Yet, go gentle with the throttle and the momentum is gradual and the speed mounts up effortlessly. It’s quick no doubt with almost 400 horsepower at disposal yet it never bares its teeth at you when driven sedately in the city. This is good; especially considering the XC40’s size and weight – to give you a perspective – the Mercedes-Benz EQC has similar output but weighs almost 300kg more. 

    Left Side View

    There are no fancy drive modes in the XC40 Recharge, nor is there a control for adjusting the braking recuperation. But what you do get is the ‘one pedal’ system, which is seen on many modern-day EVs. In the one pedal mode, you can drive around with just the accelerator pedal – where the vehicle starts to decelerate as soon as you let go of the accelerator. It takes some time to get used to, and sometimes the automatic deceleration causes abrupt jerks and sudden halts at low speeds. But it’s a new learning experience nonetheless and quite fun when you get hang of it. 

    Left Front Three Quarter

    Cruising on the highway with the XC40 Recharge is as effortless and conventional as it can get. Even with four on board, there is never a dull moment behind the wheel when doing highway speeds. Further helping the long hauls is the Google-based interface that gives out the charge percentage that would be remaining at the end of the trip along with usual details like ETA and distance. Volvo claims a range of 417 kilometres but that’s under the WLTP cycle. The realistic range under Indian conditions can be expected around 300kms, but we’ll test it later in our Road Test.

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    Lastly, the XC40 Recharge supports up to 150kW of charging capacity, where it will go from 10 to 80 per cent in 32 minutes with the DC fast charger. On a 30kW/50kW charger that’s usually available in India it would take little more than two hours for a full charge. Meanwhile, the 11kW portable charger will fully charge in seven hours. 

    Ride and Handling

    8

    / 10
    Left Side View

    Tipping the scale at 2188 kilograms, the XC40 isn’t a light car, but it does a good job of masking all its weight. Riding on 235/50 section Pirelli tyres wrapped around 19-inch alloy wheels, the XC40 has a compliant ride that absorbs bumps and creases quite well. But you hear the suspension more than you feel the irregularities in the cabin. Even the occasional sharped-edged sections don’t send a thud on the inside but the passengers can hear the suspension going about its job. At slow speeds, it rounds off the bumpy sections nicely and at highway speeds, it manages to remain flat over undulations settling quickly rather than weaving up and down. 

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    We weren’t able to show corners to the XC40 Recharge, that’s something for another day. Meanwhile, the steering is light and progressive and going two and a half turns lock to lock, it’s fairly quick to respond. There’s also a mode where you can add weight to the steering but that added weight is barely noticeable on the move. We liked the brakes on the electric XC40 which had a strong bite right from the word go and despite repeated regular hard braking on our shoot in mid-summer Delhi afternoon they didn’t show any sign of fade. 

    Interior Space and Practicality

    7

    / 10
    Dashboard

    Apart from an all-digital instrument cluster, there are no noticeable changes inside the cabin of the XC40 Recharge. With Volvo going sustainable, there’s no leather inside the cabin, but they have used good quality upholstery with a hint of Alcantara. It also makes use of recycled materials on the inside for stuff like carpets, headliners, and more. It’s an all-black cabin that can make it feel a bit more cramped than it is. Dominating the centre console is the signature setup of a nine-inch vertically-staked screen flanked by air-con vents.

    Front Row Seats

    There are soft-touch materials used all around and even the quality of plastic and other materials seem like they are built to last. What’s lovable are the glowing lights on the door pads which add a sense of premiumness. Visibility all around is good and it’s further helped by a 360-degree camera (which isn’t available on standard XC40). 

    Second Row Seats

    Even the seats are large and supportive with electric adjustments for the front passengers. Finding a good driving position is easy courtesy of reach-rake steering adjust. No ventilated seats here but spending long hours in front seats shouldn’t be a problem. However, the same cannot be said for the second row. The narrow rear doors aren’t comfortable to get in and out of. And short seat base of the rear bench leaves you wanting for under-thigh support. Although, you get sufficient head and knee room the tapered window line isn’t any help. And it’s only suitable for two at the back.

    Bootspace

    Lastly, the boot space of 432 litres in the standard XC40 is down to 419 litres. And the space-saver at the back eats up more of the available space. Thankfully you get 60:40 folding split seats at the back and folding it down liberates cargo space of close to 1400litres. Lest we forget, there’s a 31litres of ‘frunk’ as well and it’s good enough to carry a large duffle bag apart from the portable charging cable. 

    Features and Equipment

    8

    / 10
    Infotainment System

    Although it gets an all-digital instrument cluster, the display isn’t configurable and you only get one screen with navigation and a pop-up window for trip details. Even the centre console screen is Android-based so it can make use of the Google services along with new-age connectivity features. This touchscreen is one of the quickest in business and has a good touch response with a facility of OTA update. 

    Sunroof/Moonroof

    Other features include a panoramic sunroof, Thor’s hammer LED headlamps, dual-zone climate control, wireless charger, 360-degree camera, powered front seats, auto-dimming mirrors, PM2.5 air purifier and ambient lighting. There’s also a 600W, 13 speaker Harman Kardon music system as part of the package. This being Volvo, it is high on safety as well. Meanwhile, the driver-assist hardware includes blind-spot warning, lane keep assist, cross-traffic alert with auto brakes, and automatic brake assist. 

    Conclusion

    8

    / 10
    Front View

    For the XC40 Recharge, Volvo will be opening bookings three months from now in July. And deliveries are slated to commence not before October 2022. With this long game, the Swedish carmaker wants to showcase the XC40 Recharge to prospective buyers and familiarise them with the EV nature of their baby crossover. 

    Right Side View

    And when it will hit the streets, the XC40 Recharge will be a straight alternative to the Mercedes-Benz EQC, Audi E-Tron, Jaguar I-Pace and BMW iX. But all these rivals are expensive with starting price north of Rs 1 crore and yet they are less powerful than the XC40. A recent leak on the website hints at an aggressive pricing proposition for the XC40 electric, and if Volvo manages to come through with that starting price, the giggle-inducing XC40 Recharge might hit the nail right on the head. 

    Rear View

    Pictures by Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Volvo XC40 Recharge Range

    Volvo XC40 Recharge range claimed by ARAI is 418 Km.

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    • Best electric car ever
      One of best electric car in India safety wise range wise & looks all over very good car I ever seen... I'll definitely want to buy this car in few months... Volvo is the safest brand
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    • My Volvo car review after driving 1000 kms
      Volvo starts its journey in India with the XC40 Recharge, its first-ever fully electric car and also, the first model to appear in its brand-new Recharge car line concept. While the Swede seeks to make all-electric cars 50 per cent of its global sales by 2025, the other half will consist of mild-hybrid and plug-in hybrids. For 2022, the company reworks the Volvo XC40 with fresher styling cues, more features on the inside, and a mild-hybrid petrol motor. I really enjoyed a lot driving with this. This car feels comfortable in the village area also. And one thing to tell you it gives me around 350 to 380 range tried in mixed condition. Overall a great car if you look for comfort & safety.
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    • No comparison with others EV
      World safest car build quality is also best ,excellent and smooth driving experience, superb look as well as interior, great performance! No more extra maintenance service in budget.
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    • A dashing car
      Best electric suv ever Best sitting and comfort Amazing look Best boot space and big size Dashboard is looking cool and stylish Motion sensors and camera's picture quality is good
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    • Torque beast
      Being an existing Volvo owner of the V40 and S60 CC, i was very excited about the XC40 recharge. Received an invitation from Martial motors Bangalore on launch day and they were kind enough to arrange a test drive. Driving experience:- The Ev like most of them are dead silent, the power and torque is probably the best I've experienced so far in my life. 408 BHP and around 600 NM of torque will surely cause some people to get a headache from the head going back onto the comfortable orthopedic seats. It zoom passed 140 in Bangalore traffic roads in under 8 secs... 0-100 in around 5 secs. The car is a tad smaller compared to the rivals... But 60 lacks is probably worth paying considering you get a solid rock hard kind of a tank with insane speeds and acceleration and humble and affordable Volvo service. Over all a great car and a wonderful experience.
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    Price
    Q: What is the on road price of Volvo XC40 Recharge base model?
    The on-road price of Volvo XC40 Recharge base model is Rs. 56.90 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 29000, insurance premium of Rs. 246571 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Performance
    Q: What is the ARAI driving range of Volvo XC40 Recharge?
    The ARAI driving range of Volvo XC40 Recharge is 418 Km.

    Q: What is the top speed of Volvo XC40 Recharge?
    Volvo XC40 Recharge has a top speed of 180 Kmph.

    Specifications
    Q: What is the battery capacity in Volvo XC40 Recharge?
    Volvo XC40 Recharge has a battery capacity of 78 kWh.

    Q: What is the seating capacity in Volvo XC40 Recharge?
    Volvo XC40 Recharge has a seating capacity of 5 people.

    Q: What are the dimensions of Volvo XC40 Recharge?
    The dimensions of Volvo XC40 Recharge include its length of 4440 mm, width of 1863 mm and height of 1647 mm. The wheelbase of the Volvo XC40 Recharge is 2702 mm.

    Features
    Q: Is Volvo XC40 Recharge available in 4x4 variant?
    No, Volvo XC40 Recharge doesn't come with four wheel drive option.

    Safety
    Q: How many airbags does Volvo XC40 Recharge get?
    The top Model of Volvo XC40 Recharge has 7 airbags. The XC40 Recharge has driver, front passenger, 2 curtain, driver knee, driver side and front passenger side airbags.

    Q: Does Volvo XC40 Recharge get ABS?
    Yes, all variants of Volvo XC40 Recharge have ABS. ABS is a great accident prevention technology, allowing drivers to steer while braking hard.

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