Volvo XC40 SUV can be your next luxury vehicle. In a section overwhelmed by the Audi Q3, BMW X1 and Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class - all of which fall prey to the wrongdoings I specified - the 2019 Volvo XC40 is the best sort of kick in the jeans. The XC40 packs a strong measure of standard hardware at a similarly strong base cost, and it's very pleasant to drive. For hell's sake, you can even get one like you would a Netflix account. On the off chance that this doesn't get the others to step their aggregate diversion up, nothing will, which is similar as useful for Volvo. The style is much more subjective than ride and powertrain quality, yet the Volvo isn't missing for both of these things. At dispatch in mid-2018, the XC40 will be offered with only one motor - the T5, a 248-pull turbocharged I4, mated to standard all-wheel drive. A less expensive, 185-hp I4 will arrive later on with front-wheel drive, yet on our restricted drive course, we just approached the T5 variation, so's whatever I can address for the present. Must Read:\u00a0Microsoft SwiftKey for Android phones is a total waste Volvo has never been one to create a quality motor note, and that proceeds here. The sound is fine, however, it's a little buzzy at the full clasp and isn't unpleasantly appealing. Be that as it may, what the powertrain needs in aural quality, it more than compensates for in genuine quality. The T5 four-banger pulls easily, with indistinguishable turbo slack and strong moving from the eight-speed programmed. The main genuine disadvantage, besides the sound, is that the stop-begin framework is a little brutal when the motor kicks back to life. The lodge is stunningly separated contrasted with its rivals. There's just a touch of street clamor, which I credit to my analyzer's 20-inch haggles tires. The Pirelli P-Zero summer tires we rode on won't be offered in the US - we'll get more sensible all-seasons rather - so we'll need to reassess the auto with its US-spec tires to truly perceive how the clamor is.