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.