Volvo V50
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Auto Transport for Volvo V50 The Volvo V50 is the station wagon version of the Volvo S40, which was a small sedan produced by the Swedish automaker Volvo. The noteworthy features of the V50's interior include soft theatre lighting and a translucent center stack. In terms of safety, the V50 features all of the standard Volvo safety elements that the brand is so well known for. The V50 was known as the V40 when it first was released in the U.S. in 2000. This vehicle had been sold in Europe for five years prior to that. The second generation began in 2005, at which time the name was upgraded to the V50. This is the smaller choice in the line of Volvo wagons, as opposed to the very popular V70.

The model is a nice amalgamation of moderate cargo space and efficiency with the legendary Volvo safety elements. The Volvo S40, V40 and V50 are all entry-level luxury cars produced by Volvo. Over the years, there have been two generations with the first being launched in 1995 and the second one being launched in 2004. The model has been well recognized within the automotive community for its high quality. The S40 (V40) was nominated for the World Car of the Year award for 2005 and won the Canadian Car of the Year Best New Sport Compact award for 2005. It has also been elected the South African Car of the Year for 2005 by the South African Guild of Motoring Journalists. Upgrades over the years included things such as improved engine management, direct diesel fuel injection, extra safety features, increased brake disc size, new front suspension and steering, revised rear suspension, larger tires and a moderate widening of the track width. Later, the V40 was replaced by the V50 estate, which was also based on the P1 platform and built in Ghent.


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