Sunday, January 01, 2017

Siam Paragon Volvos

The Siam Paragon shopping mall in Bangkok recently had a temporary Volvo showroom setup on one of the floors. I spent some time checking out the cars and the C30 in particular. It was comfortable and felt solid, like other Volvo's I've had. The back hatch was surprisingly small and limits what can be put in despite having room inside. Also notice the price tag of nearly 2 million baht. That's close to $60k US dollars! Much of that price increase is import tax.



1 comment:

hubba_bubba said...

The lack of cargo space is one of the big complaints. It seems like the inside and cargo area could be more efficiently designed. The Honda Jazz (Fit in USA) is a similar size and has a huge amount of cargo space compared to the C30.