I didn't bother with the winter accessory pack, but found the spray from wet roads obscured the rear window. I fitted a set of mud flaps, purchased as a stand alone accessory, which significantly reduced the problem.
They are really tiny they do not alter the looks of the car at all. However I will fit only the front ones since I think these are the most important for the snow in Norway.... you can have a view on them if you go to the car configuration (Bygg din Volvo). I hope that this will help you....
Kidu for pics you have to wait until 20th of May. This is the latest news that I have from the Volvo dealer in Kristiansand. Have a check on the English Volvo site they show photos of Summum with mud flaps or check the Norwegian site of Volvo where you can configure your car.... it is easy and simple!
1048 NOK is the total cost for the front ones fitted to the car, as I have spec them for my V40 R-design (Kristiansand Volvo dealer). I hope that they will keep my white colored car clean....especially during the snowy winter
Been told by dealer that mudflaps not available for R Design. Seems like a bit of confusion as others on here say fitted to R Design ???? Help anyone got pics of R Design with them fitted ? Please . Cheers
I have just had the same conversation with my dealer. He believes that if it is a standard r design (no external styling kit), then the rear flaps will fit as the panelling is the same. If there is a styling kit then the extra additions make it impossible. I also think that this makes sense. Just in the process now of getting a good deal
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V40 D3 R-Design Lux. Rebel Blue, Auto Dim Mirror, Memory seats/mirrors, Lux winter pack, DAB radio, Rear Camera, Privacy Glass, Floor divider.
I washed the car (2015 V40 D3 CC) last weekend and was finishing it off when I noticed splits in the rubber surround of the windscreen. It's not leaking, or anything like that, but I've never noticed this before in any car (or perhaps I don't wash my cars sufficiently often!). Anyone else...
This is my first post, recently purchased my V40 2013 D3 last month.
Was driving on the motorway and in the wake of the recent storm here in the UK there was a lot of debris on the roads. Needless to say I managed to drive over a sharp branch at 70mph and it completely shredded the plastic...
Has anyone changed the xenon head lights for 2017 LED xenon headlights. I have a 2015 Volvo V40 D2 and would like to change the lights but need to know if its can be done?
Would they fit without any modification?