Volvo C30 2.0D R-Design

Full Service History


Excellent Condition Volvo C30 2.0D R-Design presented in Black Sapphire Pearl and complete with Full Service History.

Services have been completed at:  3k, 14k, 22k, 31k, 41k, 54k, 65k, 79k, 94k. All but one have been completed at Volvo Main Dealers.

Next service due at 106k or June 2019.

Just 3 owners with the most recent having had it nearly four years.

High Specification R-Design model with the optional extras of:

  • Full Leather seats,
  • Heated front Seats,
  • Rear parking sensors,
  • Spare wheel and Pearlescent paint.

Standard specification includes:

  • Dual zone climate control,
  • Front fog lights,
  • Headlight washers,
  • Cruise control,
  • Multifunction steering wheel,
  • Rear spoiler,
  • Radio/CD/3.5mm aux,
  • Centre armrest,
  • Electric windows and mirrors,
  • Silver wing mirror caps,
  • Remote central locking,
  • 17” Alloys with brand new tyres on the front, 4.5mm remaining tread on the rear.

The car will be sold complete with 2 keys, 3 Months Comprehensive warranty (can be extended up to 12 Months) and MOT to 17/11/2019.

PCP and HP finance available from £0 deposit over up to 5 years.

We are agents for JF Automotive and can offer a performance remap on the car, providing an additional 36bhp & 80nm torque.

We are very happy to take a part exchange. All documents are present, the car is HPI clear, debit cards welcome. 7 Day Indoor viewing. Please call to make an appointment before travelling as we are often out collecting new stock. Find us on Facebook and Instagram.

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Year: 2009
Make: Volvo
Model: C30
Registration: AJ59 XCB
Body Style: Coupe
Mileage: 99027
Transmission: 6-Speed Manual
Fuel Economy: 49
Price: £3,650
Drivetrain: FWD
Engine: 2.0L Turbo Diesel
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Black
Fuel Type: Diesel
Power (BHP): 134
Torque (NM): 320
Emmissions (g/km): 151
1 Year RFL: £195

Viewing available seven days a week in our brightly lit, heated indoor showroom in Malvern, Worcestershire

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