Used Volvo V50 Cars in Scotland

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Volvo V50 2.0D SE Lux Euro 4 5dr * warranty & Brea +53
Volvo V50 £4,595
2.0D SE Lux Euro 4 5dr * warranty & Breakdown Cover *
Finance from £98 per month

2010

Manual

48.7 mpg

Tax: £240

Mileage: 77,000

Diesel

Volvo V50 1.8 S Estate 5dr Petrol Manual Euro 4 (1 +39
Volvo V50 £2,450
1.8 S Estate 5dr Petrol Manual Euro 4 (125 ps)
Finance from £40 per month

2008

Manual

38.7 mpg

Tax: £290

Mileage: 99,975

Petrol

Volvo V50 D5 SE SPORT +13
Volvo V50 £2,295
D5 SE SPORT
Finance from £35 per month

2007

Automatic

40.4 mpg

Tax: £320

Mileage: 190,000

Diesel

Volvo V50 2.4i SE AUTOMATIC 5 DOOR ESTATE PART EXC +30
Volvo V50 £1,500
2.4i SE AUTOMATIC 5 DOOR ESTATE PART EXCHANGE TO CLEAR

2004

Automatic

30.7 mpg

Tax: £395

Mileage: 110,000

Petrol

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Why buy a used Volvo V50 with Exchange and Mart?

Compact estate cars sound like a bad idea right from the outset. If you're going to buy a load lugger, why buy one that can't lug much of a load? Logic issues notwithstanding, Volvo managed to turn the genre on its head with the V50, a car that made you want to make multiple trips to IKEA just because of its neat good looks, smart detailing and reassuringly 'on message' image. With a range of decent engines, a great chassis and competitive pricing, the V50 - along with its S40 saloon sibling - made small Volvos attractive once more. A used example is well worth tracking down.

About the Volvo V50

Although a small Volvo estate doesn't sound instantly appetising, the V50 is a very enjoyable package, offering a little more utility than its S40 saloon sibling without becoming stodgy. A lively chassis, reliable engines and a surprising dose of design flair makes it a very attractive buy. Residual values are still holding up very well, so don't waste too much time looking for that screaming deal.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 17.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 17.9%, you would pay £171.83 per month. Total charge for credit would be £2,247.84 and total amount repayable is £8,247.84.