In yet another example of how smaller engines may not always be cleaner engines, Volvo Cars has replaced its 1.5-litre V40 T2 with a beefier 2-litre engine.
It turns out that the bigger engine allows the V40 wagon to fall within the Vehicular Emissions Scheme's C1 banding ($10,000 tax surcharge), while the smaller unit would attract a $20,000 surcharge in C2.
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