Volvo Australia prices up by as much as $4000

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Prices for all but two new Volvo models in Australia have risen by as much as $4000 for the new year.

Volvo Australia has increased prices for 15 of its 17 models for early 2023.

A spokesman for Volvo Australia said drive The price increases are due to “the cost of raw materials and logistics” rather than additional features or technology.

The Volvo XC40 Plus B4 and Ultimate B4 Bright saw the smallest increases at $500 each, while the XC90 Recharge Ultimate T8 Plug-in Hybrid saw the largest increases at $4000.

Two models escaped price increases for January 2023 – the XC60 Plus B5 and Ultimate B5 Bright mid-size SUVs.

A full price list for the Volvo Australia model range is below – as of January 2023.

Model December 2022 January 2023 increase
C40 Recharge single engine $74,990 $75,990 $1000
C40 Recharge Twin engine $82,490 $83,490 $1000
S60 Ultimate B5 Bright $65,990 $66,990 $1000
V60 Cross Country Ultimate B5 Light $68,490 $69,490 $1000
XC40 Plus B4 $52,990 $53,490 $500
XC40 Ultimate B4 Light $59,990 $60,490 $500
XC40 Ultimate B5 Dark $63,990 $64,990 $1000
XC40 Recharge Plus pure electric single motor $72,990 $73,990 $1000
XC40 Recharge Ultimate Pure Electric Dual Motor $79,490 $81,490 $2000
XC60 Plus B5 $72,990 $72,990 No change
XC60 Ultimate B5 Bright $79,990 $79,990 No change
XC60 Ultimate B6 Dark $85,990 $86,990 $1000
XC60 Recharge Ultimate T8 Plug-in Hybrid $100,990 $101,990 $1000
XC90 Plus B5 $92,990 $95,990 $3000
XC90 Ultimate B6 Bright $102,990 $105,990 $3000
XC90 Ultimate B6 Dark $104,990 $107,990 $3000
XC90 Recharge Ultimate T8 Plug-in Hybrid $121,990 $125,990 $4000
All prices listed do not include road costs.
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