The C30 starts at £14,495, with the C70 costing from £25,995
6 October 2009

Volvo has announced prices for its recently facelifted C30 and C70 models, which will go on sale in the UK December.

The C70 offers a choice of four engines, two diesel (2.0D and D5) and two petrol (2.4i and T5). Prices start at £25,995 for the base 2.0D rising to £33,595 for the 227bhp T5 SE LUX Premium.

See the hi-res Volvo C30 and C70 picture gallery

The base C30 S goes on sale at £14,495 for the 1.6 petrol and £16,245 for the 1.6 diesel DRIVe.

Equipment on the S includes 16-inch alloy wheels, Electronic Climate Control and an option for start/stop on the diesel. Its newly developed Sports chassis is a £400 option on all models, apart from the DRIVe.

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