I am doing exactly the same (ltd and buy outright) - though just waiting a little to get xc40 details before i make the decisionHave put down my deposit today. Going to buy through my ltd company, either full price or maybe one of the monthly packages. Not felt this excited about a purchase for a long time and never bought a new car before. It'll replace an old diesel V70 and a lexus CT, so quite a step up hopefully.
Mine will be primarily private miles but according to my accountant it makes no difference. Essetially the ltd will buy the car and give to me as a BIK - where its 01/2/% tax for next few years - so I pay a few hundred per year for whatever private use i want. the ltd can then sell the car to me at a 'fair' price at anypoint in the future..Haf, I was tempted by the XC40 too. I suspect it may end up being more than the XC40 if the options list is longer, when spec'd similarly but I could be wrong! Although it'll be used for family transport, I like the idea of adjustable dampers, setting it to soft mode for a long journey. Plus the rarity of a Polestar will be nice.
Will yours have a lot of private use? As mine won't and am unsure if I can still claim 100% against profit in first year...
Yes, those are standard Volvo roof bar system mounts hth
I had no interest in the Performance Pack until I read the Top Gear review. If the car rides as well on the standard suspension, I won't bother. If the Öhlins dampers make that much difference, I might be tempted.I am not particularly interested in the performance angle of electric cars or any 'performance packs' but I like what I am hearing as more reviews for this come out. Definitly in my top 2 for 2020 purchase