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The short-term car hire market is fragmented so we want to make finding the right car easy for you. We partner with approved vehicle subscription companies to bring you the best, in-stock Volvo cars so you can always find one that's available.

We want to give our users access to every subscription car available today, so they can find the best one for them. Use our car search tool to narrow down your search.

Remember, our car inventory depends on UK providers, so the range of cars you’ll see depends on what subscription vehicles they currently have in stock.

How to get a Volvo on subscription?

It’s time to find your next car! Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Browse all available cars
  2. Find a subscription company that has it in stock
  3. Head over to their website
  4. Sign up and add your personal information
  5. Pick a subscription term (usually a monthly rolling but some providers require a minimum 3-month commitment)
  6. Pay initial subscription deposit (if applicable)
  7. Select a delivery date for your new car!

What’s included in the monthly vehicle subscription cost?

Unlike leasing and other types of car finance, subscription services include all costs related to car ownership, including:

  • Regular vehicle maintenance
  • Servicing for when things go wrong
  • Breakdown cover
  • Car insurance
  • Road tax
  • Yearly MOT
  • Car collection and delivery (some providers charge for this)

What is the most popular Volvo car in the UK?

The most popular model is the Volvo XC60 SE with 98,652 new car sales in Q1 of 2022. Use our car search to find one on subscription today!

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Common questions about this manufacturer

What electric models does Volvo have?

Volvo has a range of electric models, both fully electric and plug-in hybrid. Some of the electric models are; Volvo XC40 Recharge - Volvo’s first ever fully electric car, based on the XC40 compact premium SUV. Volvo C40 Recharge - Volvo’s second fully electric car, based on the C40 coupe SUV. It has a similar range and performance as the XC40 Recharge, but with a lower roofline and a more sporty design. Volvo Embla - Volvo’s upcoming fully electric car, expected to debut in 2023. It will be based on a new platform designed for electric vehicles and will have a sleek sedan-like shape.

Does Volvo have hybrid cars?

Yes, Volvo has hybrid cars. There are two types of hybrid cars: plug-in hybrid and mild hybrid. Some of the plug-in hybrid models from Volvo are XC90 Recharge, XC60 Recharge, S90 Recharge. Some of the mild hybrid models from Volvo are XC60 B4/B5, XC90 B5/B6 and S90 B4/B5.

How safe are Volvo cars?

Volvo cars are known for their high standards of safety. Volvo has invented many safety features that have become common in the car industry, such as the three-point safety belt, side impact protection system and blind spot monitoring systems. These are just some examples of safety innovations from Volvo. Volvo also conducts data-based research on real-life accidents to improve its safety technology. They aim to provide a safe space inside and around its cars using cutting-edge sensing technology powered by lidar, an optical device that measures distance, speed and form of an object with laser light.

What are some good Volvo alternatives?

If you are looking for a mid-sized estate car, some of the rivals of the Volvo V60 are Audi A4 Avant, BMW 3 Series Touring and Skoda Superb Estate. If you are looking for a large SUV, some of the alternatives to the Volvo XC90 are Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, Land Rover Discovery Sport, and Hyundai Santa Fe.

How to choose the right Volvo for me?

To choose the right Volvo, you need to consider your needs, preferences and budget. Some questions you can ask yourself are: What car size do you need? Do you need a lot of space for passengers or cargo? What features do you want? Do you value performance, efficiency or comfort?

What are the benefits of subscribing to a Volvo?

With a car subscription service, you can drive a Volvo without owning or leasing it. You pay a monthly fee that covers insurance, maintenance, taxes and other costs. You can also switch cars or cancel anytime. This type of subscription is flexible and convenient for people who don’t want to commit to a long-term contract or deal with administrative hassles.

A brief history of Volvo

Volvo's history dates back to 1927, when Assar Gabrielsson and Gustaf Larson founded the company as a mechanical workshop in Gothenburg, Sweden. The company's first product was a pedal bike called "Aktivist", but it soon moved on to building cars for other companies.

Volvo was forced to close down operations during World War II due to shortages of raw materials and labour. However, once peace was restored in 1945, the company resumed production with the launch of its PV444 model. The PV444 was an instant success and became Sweden's first mass-produced car.

The 1950s saw Volvo expand into new markets by launching trucks and buses alongside its car range.

In 1956, Volvo entered Formula One racing with its 116S model before withdrawing from competition in 1960 when it failed to win any races that year. In 1961 Volvo returned to F1 with a V8-engined car which ended up being used by a number of teams including Lotus and Cooper before being retired in 1967 after failing to score any points in three seasons of competition (1962-1964).

In 1968 Volvo introduced its first front-wheel drive model - the Amazon - followed by the 140 series in 1974 which featured four-wheel.

1. Subscription cost is based on the average price of all subscription cars for this brand from four UK providers in January 2023.
2. Car brand popularity based on the number of new car sales in the UK. Data taken from SMMT for June 2022.
3. Most popular model is based on data on vehicle licensing in the UK. Data taken from GOV.UK for Q2 of 2022.

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