Volvo V40 T3 Se 5Dr Petrol Hatchback


13/13 Reg | 16,530 miles | Petrol | Raw Copper | Manual

Volvo Derby

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"All of our Volvo Selekt Used Cars come with a peace of mind motoring package which includes a minimum 12 Month Volvo Selekt Used Car Warranty, Specification includes: Metallic Paint, Black Cloth interior, Standard Features - Cruise Control, ECC (Electronic Climate Control) with Pollen Filter, Start/Stop System, 16in Matres Alloy Wheels - 205/55 R16 V Tyres with Locking Wheel Nuts, Anti-Theft Alarm, Volume Sensor and Level Sensor, Bluetooth Handsfree System, Front and Rear Auto Open/Close Power Windows, High Performance Audio System - 1x Radio/CD, 5in Colour Display Screen, USB/iPod Input, IDIS (Intelligent Driver Information System), Keyless Start, Rain Sensor with Automatic Wiper Function, WHIPS (Whiplash Protection System). 5 seats, Metallic Bronze Contact a member of our sales team today to book your appointment. You will not be disappointed. Less than 1 mile from Pride Park on the A52 and less than 10 minutes from the M1 @ Junction 25"

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Toni Buckley, General Manager
Volvo Derby

  • Air Conditioning
  • Climate Control
  • Metallic Paint
  • Cruise Control
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Low Mileage
  • Full Service History
  • CD Player
  • USB
Body Glass
Rear wiper
Front and rear electric windows
Rain sensor windscreen wipers
DSTC-Dynamic Stability and Traction Control
Bluetooth hands free telephone kit
Driver Aids
Driver Convenience
Easy fuel capless refuelling system
Driver Information
Information centre
Service interval indicator
Chronograph instrument dials
Intelligent driver information system (IDIS)
Driving Mirrors
Body colour door mirrors
Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors
Automatic folding door mirrors with ground lights
Embellishment Trims
Graphite aluminium trim
Steering wheel audio controls
Exterior Body Features
Body colour bumpers
Dual exhaust pipes
Roof spoiler
Chrome side window trim
Body colour door handles
Exterior Lights
Side marker illumination
Headlamp levelling
Home safe and approach lighting
Adaptive brake lights
Day running lights
Pollen filter
Electronic climate control (ECC)
Interior Features
Front centre armrest
Front cupholders
Height/reach adjustable steering column
Rear armrest with cupholder
Leather steering wheel and gear knob
Front storage box
Ticket holder
12V socket in front + rear tunnel console
Leather gear knob
Leather steering wheel with chrome inserts
Lockable cooled glovebox
Interior Lights
Front reading lights
Theatre dimming interior lights
Footwell lights
Warning triangle
SIPS airbags
SIPS (Side Impact Protection System)
Inflatable curtain
Dual stage driver's airbag
Dual stage passenger airbag
Front/rear seatbelt pre-tensioners
Drivers knee airbag
5 x 3 point seatbelts
Rear seatbelt warning indicator
City safety
Pedestrian airbag system
City safety braking system
Forward folding front passenger seat
WHIPS - Whiplash Protection System
5 headrests
Passenger lumbar support
Height adjustable drivers seat with lumbar support
Isofix attachments on rear seats
60/40 split folding rear seat
Keyless Start
Locking wheel nuts
Deadlocking system
Key integrated remote control central locking
Anti-theft alarm including immobiliser/volume sensor + level sensor
Vanity Mirrors
Illuminated driver/passenger vanity mirrors

The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.

Ten Second Review

The improved Volvo V40 is a car with a key job to do. It's tasked wih driving a massive increase in brand sales over the next few years, though that imperative has been made easier with the introduction of efficient 'Drive-E' engine technology. To remind you, the V40 is a five-door hatch, sized and pitched to match premium compact hatch models like Audi's A3 and BMW's 1 Series. Based on the same underpinnings as the Ford Focus it drives well, looks great and has a superbly finished interior. Here, we're going to look at one of the more affordable versions, the 152bhp petrol T3 model.


This V40 doesn't look anything like the V cars of the past, a period in which the 'V' letter was used by Volvo to denote an estate. You're probably familiar with the big V70, or the V50 that this car replaces. It also takes over from the S40 saloon, so it's really got some ground to cover. If the basic proportioning of the car is provoking a little deja vu, that might well be due to the fact that this car rides on the chassis of Ford's latest Focus, so you'll instantly get a handle on how big it is. As you might well know, Volvo is no longer part of Ford's Premier Auto Group, instead being owned by Geely, a Chinese car manufacturer. As such, this is probably the last of its small cars that will be spun off a Ford chassis. It was first shown at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show to a universally favourable reaction, the press and public alike impressed with its styling and range of engines. In the Spring of 2015, the look was updated with a restyled front end featuring the segment-first standard fitment of LED headlights. The value proposition seems strong too, especially in the 152bhp petrol T3 guise we're looking at here, a variant that features the brand's efficient 'Drive-E' engine technology. Is this a car without an Achilles heel? Let's go for a drive and find out.

Driving Experience

Those who know cars will know that any vehicle that's based on a Ford Focus chassis is going to drive well. Really well. And the Volvo V40 doesn't disappoint. How does it feel compared to a Focus? In the way it goes, steers and stops, there's not a lot of difference. The electrically-assisted steering is a little lighter than you might at first expect, but it doesn't take too long to feel your way into it and you learn to trust the front end of the car, as it seems to almost magically find grip through a fast corner. And this is a car that rewards a driver looking for a bit of fun behind the wheel. Body control is excellent for a car that's big enough to seat five comfortably and the brakes are reassuringly punchy. One of our favourite engines in the whole range is the one we're looking at here, the 152bhp turbocharged T3 petrol unit. 62mph from rest in the 2.0-litre manual model takes 8.4s on the way to 130mph and this is a genuinely sweet powerplant. It's also really good on fuel and is priced well. There's the option of getting this version in 6-speed auto form too, though if you do, the engine changes to a 1.5-litre unit. Power and efficiency stay the same. In truth, most V40 customers are going to buy diesel, but they shouldn't overlook the T3, especially if their mileages aren't going to be huge. It's genuinely good fun and impressively refined. The only flaw in its makeup is the fact that the lower mileage drivers who would look to the T3 may well be doing more urban driving where diesel would have the edge.

Design and Build

This facelifted V40 gets a smarter front end, courtesy of the addition of revised LED headlamps that feature the so-called 'Thor's Hammer' style that's already been seen in the brand's larger XC90, S90 and V90 series models. A smarter grille mesh completes the more confident look. As before, the V40 has a relatively low and sleek bonnet line: that's because courtesy of a unique under-bonnet airbag, it doesn't have to leave an under-bonnet void to meet pedestrian impact legislation. So the bonnet line can be much lower, part of a lean, wide coupe-like stance in a shape very slightly longer and wider than rival BMW 1 Series or Audi A3 models. Pleasantly different then, an observation equally applicable in the cabin. Of course it needs to be good if sales are to be stolen from rival German prestige-badged contenders, a tough assignment tackled with an unpretentious 'Designed Around You' philosophy epitomised by a beautifully positioned infotainment screen that, once you've figured out its complicated menus, enables you to deal with audio, navigation, 'phone and other functions almost without taking your eyes off the road. The idea is that, like IKEA furniture, this cabin should be typically Scandinavian, comfortable, simple, intuitive and visually pleasing. And broadly it is. Cabin space is fine and there's a 335-litre boot.

Market and Model

The 152bhp petrol T3 prices roughly between £23,000 to £26,000, so you're talking of around £2,000 over the 122bhp T2 variant. That puts this car above more mainstream fare like the Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra and the Honda Civic. It's not these cars that Volvo is really targeting with the V40 though. It would prefer to be stealing sales from the BMW 1 Series, the Audi A3 and the Mercedes A-Class. That's quite a big ask as all of these cars have really upped their game in recent years, and while the Volvo does undercut them quite significantly on price, it's hard to compete with the equity of these prestige badges. The value proposition looks strong though. Take equipment. It's hard not to be impressed by what Volvo's offering. The ES trim level gets alloy wheels, a roof spoiler, electronic climate control, the interior theatre lighting system, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear knob, audio controls on the steering wheel, Bluetooth, a five-inch colour display screen, an eight speaker stereo with USB and iPod inputs and a rather cool frameless rear view mirror. Safety kit includes dynamic stability control with torque vectoring, twin front, side, knee and curtain airbags, an airbag built into the bonnet to protect against pedestrian impact, an anti-whiplash prevention system and Volvo's City Safety function. City Safety keeps an eye on traffic in front using a laser sensor integrated into the top of the windscreen at the height of the rear-view mirror. In other words, if you want the safest car in the family hatch class, you're looking at it right here.

Cost of Ownership

While we applaud Volvo's decision to equip its entry level models so well, we do wonder whether the company has shot itself in the foot a little. After all, most of its rivals are past masters at what's known as the price walk-up. This is the process of choosing what equipment you'd like, only to find you need to buy the top model in order to get, say, climate controlled air con, stability control and a stereo that will interface with your iPod. So you end up forking out a couple of grand extra buying a bunch of other features that you didn't really want. A flock-lined spare wheel well. Joy. You see for most car makers the cheapest car in the line up has a very important job. It's so they can splash its price across their ads. Nobody in their right mind would buy the thing unless they got a kick out of their four year olds wrestling with manual window winders in the back seats and felt that their superhuman driving talent would react quicker than a stability control system. With the Volvo V40 it's different. You'd quite happily drive the base 'SE'-spec T3 petrol model we tried, which is why Volvo might have a tough time shifting the plusher models which is traditionally where the bigger profit margins reside. The T3 will return a combined figure of 51.4mpg with a CO2 return of 129g/km, even in auto form. Those were the sort of figures you'd have expected from a good diesel not so very long ago.

Floor mats, Rear wiper, DSTC-Dynamic Stability and Traction Control, Bluetooth hands free telephone kit, PAS, Easy fuel capless refuelling system, Information centre, Body colour door mirrors, Graphite aluminium trim...

0 to 60 mph (secs)
0 to 62 mph (secs)8.8
Engine Power - BHP150
Engine Power - KW110
Engine Power - PS
Engine Power - RPM5700
Engine Torque - LBS.FT177
Engine Torque - MKG24.5
Engine Torque - NM240
Engine Torque - RPM1600
Top Speed130
Green Stats
Emissions - ICE
CO2 (g/km)124 (g/km)
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5
Fuel Consumption - ICE
EC Combined (mpg)53.3
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies
EC Extra Urban (mpg)62.8
EC Urban (mpg)41.5

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