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2005-2011
2005 Redesign Year
Volvo S40 2011
The redesigned model debuted in mid-2004 as a 2005 model and brought significant improvements over the original, including available all-wheel drive. Powertrains include a raspy five-cylinder engine and a stronger, turbocharged unit for the T5. This one is roomier inside than the first generation, though the rear seat is cramped, with very tight legroom. The handsome V50 wagon is small, but versatile inside. They were discontinued in 2011.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2011 $6,950 - $7,975 $4,055 - $5,005
2010 $6,100 - $7,650 $3,255 - $4,680
2009 $5,375 - $6,650 $2,605 - $3,780
2008 $4,650 - $5,650 $1,975 - $2,850
2007 $4,200 - $4,900 $1,645 - $2,170
2006 $3,925 - $4,600 $1,415 - $1,940
2005 $3,750 - $4,425 $1,260 - $1,785
2000-2004
Volvo S40 2002
The S40 sedan and V40 wagon debuted in the U.S. for 2000. They are relatively quick and handled well in CRtests, but didn't feel sporty and the ride was stiff. Engine noise from the turbocharged four-cylinder engine is prominent. The front seats are firm and comfortable; the rear is cramped. Safety equipment was state of the art for the day.
Average Retail Price Trade-in Price Reliability Verdict Owner Satisfaction View Local Inventory
2004 $2,775 - $3,750 $710 - $1,260
2003 $2,725 $655
2002 $2,650 $600
2001 $2,650 - $2,875 $595 - $775
2000 $2,650 $595