The offer includes the brand’s new five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty and is available on cars purchased and delivered between 1 April and 29 June 2021.
Cars need to be ‘new’ (so the rebate doesn’t apply to demonstrator vehicles), and in terms of your transaction discussion with the dealer, you could opt to take the rebate as a cash-back, or apply it to the purchase price of the car.
Volvo has streamlined the range of both the medium and large SUVs, and now offers price parity between petrol and diesel Momentum and Inscription model grades.
This will be the last year the diesel or petrol-only models will be offered, with the Swedish brand making a bold market statement of offering only electric and petrol-electric hybrid powertrains from mid-2021 onward.
|MODEL & REBATE||VARIANT||MSRP||WITH REBATE||SAVING|
|XC90 ($5000)||Recharge PHEV||$115,990||$110,990||4 per cent|
|T6 R-Design||$97,990||$92,990||5 per cent|
|D5 Inscription||$95,990||$90,990||5 per cent|
|T6 Inscription||$95,990||$90,990||5 per cent|
|D5 Momentum||$90,990||$85,990||5 per cent|
|T6 Momentum||$90,990||$85,990||5 per cent|
|XC60 ($5000)||T8 Polestar PHEV||$100,690||$95,690||5 per cent|
|T6 R-Design||$79,690||$74,690||6 per cent|
|D4 Inscription||$72,690||$67,690||7 per cent|
|T5 Inscription||$72,690||$67,690||7 per cent|
|D4 Momentum||$65,690||$60,690||8 per cent|
|T5 Momentum||$65,690||$60,690||8 per cent|
A facelift update for the midsize XC60 is expected before year-end, while an all-new seven-seat XC90 is expected to arrive in 2022.