The facelifted Volvo V40 will be priced from £20,255, and will go on sale from early April.
The line-up now starts with Momentum, which replaces both the entry-level ES and first-rung SE trim levels. Momentum models come with LED headlights, and prices start from £20,255 for the T2 petrol engined version.
Inscription trim, formerly badged Lux, starts at £23,105, while sporty R-Design trim mirrors the equipment level of Momentum, and starts at £22,345, with R-Design Pro mirroring Inscription kit levels and starting at £24,090. Cross Country, the more rugged variant of the V40, starts at £23,555, rising to £26,405 for Cross Country Pro.
The most expensive V40 is the T5 AWD Cross Country Pro, at £33,975. Nav Plus variations on Momentum, R-Design and Cross Country trim carry a premium of £850 over their standard counterparts, and add a sat-nav, upgraded stereo, cruise control and rear parking sensors.
Mechanical tweaks to the facelifted V40 include a a smaller petrol tank in the manual D2: reduced from 62 to 40 litres. The original 62-litre fuel tank is available as a no-cost option, however.
Petrol engines are also split according to their transmission; T2 and T3 engines with manual gearboxes are 2.0-litre units, while automatic transmission-equipped T2 and T3 cars come with a 1.5-litre engine. Despite the difference in capacity, all figures remain the same between the engines, including claimed fuel economy of 51.4mpg and CO2 emissions of 127g/km on manual cars and 129g/km on automatics, on both T2 and T3.
The facelifted V40 was revealed at the Geneva motor show, with styling and interior tweaks bringing it in to line with the rest of the current Volvo line-up.