High reliability even in old age: Volvo V40 impresses in TÜV Report 2023
Cologne, November 11, 2022
- The Compact Volvo model is a dwarf winner in its class
- Affected by errors in the main diagnostic decision
- publication of #FIRE experts and journal #Car #Photo
The Volvo V40 is a defective dwarf: The 5-door hatchback is convincing in the current TÜV report with the lowest defect rate in its class. In the age group of cars up to 3 years old, only 3 percent of Swedish premium models were bad in the main inspection of the expert organization – the best value in this car class and age group.
Which is published every year in collaboration with Auto Bild magazine #FIRE The report takes into account the results of the main inspection (HU) carried out by all TÜV companies in Germany. In the period from July 2021 to June 2022, a total of more than 9 million vehicles were re-inspected and major and minor defects were determined – that is, the models with the most and the fewest defects.
The Volvo V40 convinces with a defect rate of 3.0 percent in its class. The five-door was the entry-level model in the Swedish car brand’s product portfolio from 2012 to 2019 and caused quite a stir when it was launched with the first compact sedan. In addition, customers can rely on many other assistance systems and safety systems that support the driver in everyday life. Also a typical Volvo design with a unique radiator grill and special lights in “Thor’s Hammer” #Design along with efficient petrol engines and diesel engines have brought many fans to the hatchback.
“Volvo has always stood for high quality and reliability – not only when the car is handed over to the customer, but also years later. The award as a dwarf defect in the current TÜV report confirms the long-term durability of #Premium #exampleswho is always a reliable partner,” says Herrik van der Gaag, Managing Director of Volvo Car Germany GmbH.