Volvo Debuts Three-Cylinder Engine in All New XC40

Volvo have launched it's new three-cylinder Drive-E powertrain in the new XC40 today. The new powertrain is the first three-cylinder in the company's 91 year history.

The 1.5 litre, three-cylinder, direct injection petrol engine was developed using the same modular design as Volvo's four-cylinder DRIVE-E engines. The new engine comes with a six-speed manual transmission, an optional eight-speed automatic transmission will follow next year,

Volvo's current D3 150hp diesel and T4 190hp petrol engines are also added to broaden the XC40 engine offer. XC40 customers now also have more choice in trim levels, including entry-level Momentum and dynamic R-Design versions, plus the luxurious new Inscription trim level.

To find out more about the All New XC40 please speak to a member of our sales team at our Canterbury or Maidstone dealership today.