/Volvo announced pricing for 2010 C30

Volvo announced pricing for 2010 C30

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2010 Volvo C30 range, consisting of C30 T5 and T5 R-Design featuring redesigned exterior and upgraded interior are now available to order, starting at $24,600 for the normal model and $26,950 for the one with R-Design body kit (pictured here). The new model is revamped in term of design with new grille, spoilers, air intakes and lights. As for the R-Design version, apart from the visual tweaks, it comes with upgraded chassis, steering and suspension.

The C30 R-Design is 30 percent stiffer than the normal car thanks to sport springs and new roll bars, while the steering system is sharper and more poised resulting in a sport driving experience. Both models are powered by a powerful 227 horsepower turbocharged inline 5-cylinder engine and a 6-speed manual transmission.

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Pricing and Options

2011 C30 T5 – $24,600

2011 C30 T5 R-Design – $26,950

Preferred Package – $1,800

Power driver seat

Power passenger seat

Keyless drive (R-Design only)

Power glass moonroof
Aluminum Inlay (T5 Only)

Climate Package – $900

Heated front seats

Headlight washers

Interior Air Quality System (IAQS)

Electronic climate control

Rainsensor windshield wipers

Multimedia Package – $2,000

Dynaudio premium sound system with Dolby Pro Logic II surround sound

Navigation system with real-time traffic

2 complimentary map updates

Stand Alone Options

Metallic paint – $550

Premium Electric Silver Metallic Pain (R-Design only) – $675

5-speed automatic transmission with Geartronic – $1,250

Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) – $700

SIRIUS satellite radio with complimentary 6-month subscription – $400

Dual Xenon Active Bending Lights (ABL) – $800

Portable navigation system – $750

Leather seating surfaces – $1,200

Exterior styling kit (C30 T5 only) – $1,445

Interior styling kit (C30 T5 only) – $295

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