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So, let see some of those V40 out in the snow!

Before christmas, the first real snow 'storm' we had to drive through (we had arrived, and the picture was taken after a few hours)


And today, after (the first) wash:



How does your V40 look in the winter?
 

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jens-peter said:
So, let see some of those V40 out in the snow!

Before christmas, the first real snow 'storm' we had to drive through (we had arrived, and the picture was taken after a few hours)


And today, after (the first) wash:



How does your V40 look in the winter?
Fabulous pictures! No snow in Thessaloniki yet.
Every winter Athens gets "snow days", although some 500 kms to the south.
I especially like your wheels and winter tyres (or is it "tires" ?). And, Caspian Blue looks far more better than I expected.[hr]
Same applies to you too, MichelR !:)
 

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Unfortunately not :( (Carport) ... I hand washed the car just before the trip ... and by the German salt on the roads, i would most like to wash it every day ... The V40 gets dirty pretty fast :)
 

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Here's a snapshot of my V40 on the day I collected it in January. It had just been polished at the dealer's. It was freezing (-18 °C) that day. Boy, did the fuel driven heater come in handy then.

V40_D2_Momentum_Sandy_web.jpg

The fuel driven heater is standard in all diesel (Volvo) cars sold in the Scandinavian market.
 
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