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Why You Should Lease The 2023 Volvo XC40 SUV

The mid SUV in the recent Volvo lineup is the 2023 XC40 SUV, which combines Volvo’s safety-first ethical standards and exclusive ambiance with an additional youthful character. The XC40’s cabin is pragmatic and nicely trimmed, and the seating position is much bigger than that of its rivals. Many technological features are present, including Volvo’s progressive driver-assistance tech and a recent Google-based infotainment system. Two four-cylinder powertrains are functional, both with a 48-volt hybrid system, but only the more potent of the two has all-wheel drive. An electric version is also obtainable if you need an eco-friendlier option. Read on to see the features of the Volvo XC40.

 Engine, Transmission, and Performance

Under the hood of all trims of 2023 XC40 is a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder powertrain, putting either 194 horsepower in the B4 or 247 horsepower in the B5. Both have a 48-volt hybrid system. The more vital B5 combines solely with all-wheel drive, while the entry-level B4 arrives only with front-wheel drive. The eight-speed automatic transmission dealt with gear changes without hesitation and transmitted no rigor to the cabin. The sole criticism was the rough sound the engine radiated under hefty throttle. The XC40’s towing capacity, a rarity among subcompact-luxury crossovers, remains a stout 3500 pounds.

Fuel Economy

The XC40’s fuel-economy ratings are 24 mpg city and 32 mpg highway for the B4 model and 23 mpg city and 30 mpg highway for the B5.

Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

Modern Swedish styling meets pleasure and functional design inside the XC40. The cabin’s glowing and airy environment imparts a deluxe vibe, even in the base Core trim. The passenger room is ample in both the front and rear seats. As with its more costly stable mates, the XC60 and XC90, the XC40 is practical inside, well made, beautifully developed, plush and elegant. Volvo designers took the chance to integrate more youthful ornaments in the cabin of the Plus trim, like the textured metallic trim in spots of traditional wood inlays and rectilinear ducts with floating chrome adjusters. Top-of-the-line Ultimate models wear a classier appearance, with driftwood trim and a transition knob crafted from Orrefors crystal. The XC40 managed to hold 23 carry-on suitcases with its back seats folded.

Infotainment and Connectivity

From its distinguished position in the middle of the XC40’s dashboard, Volvo’s Google-based infotainment system is launched brightly on a 9.0-inch touchscreen. Virtually everything inside the cabin is regulated via this screen, but there are few physical regulators. System usability is mixed: The main menus are intuitively organized, but on-screen icons are too tiny, which makes them fretful to use while driving.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

Volvo offers tons of driver-assistance technology as standard, including mechanical emergency braking. However, more developed features like a semi-autonomous driving mode are optional.

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