CAP HPI, trusted for quality automotive valuation data, has reported that Volvo cars are now showing their highest-ever residual values. This proves that a Volvo is not only an outstanding choice for design, performance and safety, but a Volvo car could also be an excellent choice from a vehicle funding perspective. The new 90 Series cars were particularly singled out in the CAP HPI data. To find out more about a new Volvo XC90, Volvo V90 or Volvo S90 and the excellent Volvo residual values you can expect, please send us an enquiry to your local Volvo Cars London dealership.
So, let’s just take a look at how well Volvo resale values are holding up against competitors. May’s CAP HPI's Gold Book shows that, after three years of ownership and with 60,000 miles on the clock, the XC90 D5 PowerPulse Momentum will be worth 48.7% of its original price; ahead of the Audi Q7 at 46.8%, the BMW X5 at 43.5% and the Mercedes-Benz GLE at just 42.1%. The Volvo S90, V90 and XC60 are also highly competitive when it comes to their residual values, resulting in extremely competitive monthly finance or lease costs both for driver/owners and for businesses. Reinforcing this message to UK businesses, Graeme Oswald of Volvo Car UK, said: ‘Residual values are the cornerstone for every car in the leasing sector. Every element of the 90 series has been developed with the corporate buyer in mind, and their ultra-competitive values have been helped by our listening and responding to feedback from fleet buyers and their drivers.’
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