The Volvo car range is one of the most stylish and distinctive on the road, but the Swedish car maker refuses to sit on its laurels as motorists can discover at their local Volvo dealer this weekend.
The 4x4 XC90, which boasts seven seats as standard and the forthcoming R-range, which offers drivers 300bhp and blistering acceleration are living proof that Volvo is constantly pushing car design to its limits.
Families are being encouraged to visit their local Volvo dealer between 16-18 May, to find out, first hand, how good design works and also take the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the Volvo of their choice.
Drivers can experience everything from open top motoring in the stylish C70 convertible through to the performance of the S60, the luxury of the recently refreshed S80 and the versatility of the ever-popular V70 estate. You will also be able to see the stunning new XC90, which has won numerous awards in its first year on the market.
Not only can families bring themselves up to date with the latest Volvo range but entering the free prize draw could see them win a week’s holiday for four at a 4-star hotel in Gothenburg, and scoop £500 spending money into the bargain.
‘Volvo sells a range of stylish cars suitable for all motorists’ needs and what better way to become familiar with these latest models than to visit your local dealer for a couple of hours to take a test drive,’ said Hugh Reid, Managing Director of Volvo Car UK.
‘Dealer staff will be on hand to take families through all the latest equipment and features which our cars offer as standard, as well as explain the latest range of offers we have on finance and insurance,’ he added.
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