Save Money on Volvo V50 Spares
Breakeryard.com is here to help you find new, used and reconditioned car parts. Working with independent breakers across the country, Breakeryard.com offers a service that allows you to search for and buy replacement parts from the comfort of your own home. Rather than having to call up or drive to and from suppliers, sit back and choose from the part categories in the link below. Start your search by entering your registration in the Find a Part box. Breakeryard.com acts as a hub for anyone looking to buy new, used or reconditioned car parts. So if you''re looking to buy replacement parts for your Volvo V50, you have come to the right place. Working with independent breakers across the country, Breakeryard.com aims to provide a quick and easy to use service that eliminates the need for you to call up and drive to and from suppliers in search for the right part. Instead, save time and money by searching for parts from the comfort of your own home with Breakeryard.com.
Save time and money by using our FREE online part finder to source the exact original part you need.
Volvo V50 (2004 - 2012)
The first and only generation of the Volvo V50 began production in 2004. It was first introduced at the 2003 Bologna Motor Show as the estate version of the S40. Both models were manufactured in Ghent, Belgium. It featured interior ''theatre'' lighting, a floating centre stack and ''Volvo Intelligent Vehicle Architecture''. The V50 was made available with both petrol and diesel engines, ranging between 1.6 litres and 2.4 litres, with five- and six-speed manual and automatic transmissions. It offered a spacious interior, with a wheelbase of 2,640 mm.
The Volvo V50 received a facelift in 2008, with revised front styling and minor modifications to the interior. Volvo introduced optional active xenon headlights and improved audio systems, as well as increased power and torque of the T5 engine. They also made a D5 turbo-charged diesel engine with six-speed transmission.
The V50 was succeeded by a new model called the V40, which began production in 2013 and is still being sold now. This model is built on the Global C platform.
History of Volvo V50
The Volvo V50 is a small family car that was in production between 2004 and 2012. It shares the Ford C1 platform with the European Ford Focus and Mazda 3. Known for its high quality cabin and economical engines, the V50 is a very popular Volvo model in Europe. Honest John describes the V50 as a ''classy looking compact estate with very good ride comfort and tidy handling''. They also call the V50 the UK''s most popular Volvo. Carbuyer.co.uk praises the V50 for its tasteful, high quality cabin and economical diesel engines, however they describe it as not the most exciting to drive. It was awarded the ''Goldenes Lenkrad'', which is a prestigious Swedish award that translates to ''Golden Steering Wheel''. Warranty Direct ranked the Volvo V50 21st in a list of twenty six family cars, giving it a reliability score of 135. The scores are based on a number of factors related to reliability, such as the number of times a car fails, the costs of repair and average time spent off road due to repairs being done.