Volvo EX30 Electric SUV Experiences Price Adjustment with Arrival in Australian Showrooms

Matt Brand
May 7, 2024
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Volvo Australia has updated the pricing for the Volvo EX30 as the first units arrive in showrooms.

Originally planned for a January launch, the introduction of the EX30 has been delayed, with deliveries starting only recently.

The first 1700 units have been sold, encompassing the entire 2024 model year production.

The price of the two higher-end variants, the Single Motor Extended Ultra and the Twin Motor Performance Ultra, has increased by $1,300.

These models are now priced at $66,290 and $71,290 plus on-road costs, respectively.

Volvo Australia has stated that customers who placed orders before the price increase will not be affected.

The price for the base model, the Single Motor Extended Plus, remains at $59,990 plus on-road costs.

Following the sell-out of the initial production, the company is now accepting orders for the 2025 model year, with expected delivery in September.

The EX30 is powered by a 69kWh nickel-manganese-cobalt battery. The Single Motor models feature a rear-mounted electric motor producing 200kW and 343Nm, while the Twin Motor Performance Ultra variant offers dual motors with a combined output of 315kW and 543Nm.

The estimated driving ranges, as per WLTP standards, are up to 480km for the Single Motor models and up to 460km for the Twin Motor.

The EX30 is the most accessible and smallest model currently offered by Volvo in Australia.

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