Volvo Cars has been building automobiles since 1927 and today is part of the Chinese Geely Holding Group. The company has a long and illustrious heritage, particularly in producing estate cars, one which stretches all the way back to 1953 and the Duett PV445 wagon. Today, Volvo estate sales are based around the V60 and V90 models, both also offered in respective S60 and S90 saloon guises. All offer strong value on a Volvo lease.
For business buyers looking at Volvo finance, the range often starts with one of the brand’s premium SUVs - the mid-sized XC60 model and the large 7-seat XC90. Both are good value as part of a Volvo lease. Also very popular amongst operators looking at Volvo leasing is the brand’s premium compact hatch, the V40, also offered in SUV-orientated V40 Cross Country form. In recent years, Volvo has based all its new models around a common ‘SPA’ ‘Scalable Product Architecture’ and has opted for an innovative ‘Drive-E’ engine programme based around a single four cylinder, 2.0-litre downsized format. The brand says that from 2019, all new models that it launches will either be partially or completely battery-powered.