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Volvo Cars of North America, LLC, announces pricing of its 2010 model lineup

Irvine, Ca (June 8, 2009) – Volvo Cars of North America, LLC (VCNA) announced pricing for its 2010 model year lineup today. The announcement continues to illustrate the tremendous value across the Swedish automotive manufacturer’s entire line of cars, wagons and SUVs.{nl}The 2010 Volvo vehicle line has undergone enhancements to its model mix along with the introduction of the exciting XC60 with standard City Safety. The XC60 3.2 expands the line with a lower MSRP, front-wheel drive and improved fuel consumption (estimated 18 city and 27 highway). Other highlights include the addition of the new V70 R-Design sport wagon and the new S80 luxury sedan. The S40 and V50 will once again be offered with a standard five or six-speed manual transmission. The five-speed automatic is now optional.{nl}C30{nl}{nl}C30 T5 Manual $24,100{nl}C30 T5 R-Design M $26,300{nl}{nl}C70{nl}{nl}C70 T5 M $40,000{nl}{nl}S40{nl}{nl}S40 2.4i M $26,200{nl}S40 T5 R-Design Automatic $31,150{nl}S40 T5 AWD R-Design M $31,350{nl}{nl}V50{nl}{nl}V50 2.4i A $28,700{nl}V50 T5 AWD R-Design M $33,050{nl}{nl}V70{nl}{nl}V70 3.2 A $33,550{nl}V70 3.2 R-Design A $38,000{nl}{nl}S80{nl}{nl}S80 3.2 FWD A $39,200{nl}S80 T6 AWD A $42,950{nl}S80 V8 AWD A $50,950{nl}{nl}XC60{nl}{nl}XC60 3.2 A $32,395{nl}XC60 T6 AWD A $37,200{nl}{nl}XC70{nl}{nl}XC70 3.2 AWD A $37,950{nl}XC70 T6 AWD A $42,800{nl}{nl}XC90{nl}{nl}XC90 3.2 A $37,700{nl}XC90 3.2 R-Design A $39,500{nl}XC90 V8 AWD A $47,500{nl}{nl}Prices do not include a destination charge of $850 per vehicle.

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