The final Ford-era car in the Swedish brand’s lineup cannot hope to match the more recent cars’ impact. And yet it still impresses.
Volvo is the warmest place to hide, photo (c) Driven To Write
“We’ve got something with a bit more oomph than usual – a Volvo V40 T3 R-line. Would that be fine with you?”
The friendly car rental agency clerk may have been slightly wrong about the power output of the car, but that point notwithstanding, the Volvo was very fine with me. After having sampled models from
Volkswagen’s, Mazda’s and Ford’s respective ranges recently, this round of rental car roulette marked the opportunity to Continue reading “Munchin’ Miles With The Volvo V40”
Due to certain circumstances, this author was granted the chance to successively experience two up-to-date (rental) cars up close. The resultant findings led to conclusions not just regarding the (de)merits of each vehicle, but the modern automobile in general.
It’s been ages since I last used the services of a car rental company. But with the better half having recently parted ways with her Mini and my own Jaguar having remained in storage for this year’s driving season, we were left with no choice but to
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