Small but beautifully formed was how we described the Volvo XC40 in our review at the end of last year.
Now, the latest hybrid version has been judged by the Business Motoring jury as the pick of the hybrids
Volvo is gradually electrifying all of its range and while you generally think big, particularly when it comes to SUVs, but the Swedish company has genuinely done a great job downsizing.
Compact on the outside, very well kitted out inside, relaxing and comfortable to drive whether its about town or on a long motorway run.
Steering feels light, particularly useful while twiddling around town although you can add weight by switching to dynamic mode.
Volvo offers an all-inclusive finance service that means you can have a new XC40 every couple of years with all insurance and tax costs thrown in.
You can also take advantage of spending 14 days a year in one of Volvo’s bigger models if you need it, so all you need to do is pay for your fuel.