Luxury SUVs from Jaguar and Volvo feature at auctions on Friday (5)

Luxury SUVs from Jaguar and Volvo feature at auctions on Friday (5)


New Jaguar F-Pace | Image: Disclosure

Two luxury SUVs from traditional European brands Jaguar (UK) and Volvo (Swedish) are the highlight of the auctions that Copart house will be held on Friday (5), in Osasco (SP) and Betim (MG). The tournament, which takes place in person as well as online, has closing sessions scheduled from 10 am and 12 pm, respectively.

The two auctions bring, in total, about 200 vehicles, including all kinds of cars and motorcycles. The star is one Jaguar F-Pace 2016/2017, whose value according to the Fipe table is R$ 327,462 and the current bid is R$ 159,000. In turn, Volvo XC 60 2019/2020with bodywork damage and a current bid of R$ 81,800, it is worth R$ 272,739 on the Fipe table.

Among other opportunities available, a pickup truck appears Volkswagen Amarok 2017/2018, worth R$ 210,504 in the Fipe table, which has a current bid of R$ 90,900. average SUV Volkswagen Taos 2021/2022with a Fipe table of R$ 168,117, has a current bid of R$ 95,500.

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Learn how to participate in auctions

Rooms for interested parties to submit bids will be available 30 minutes prior to the start of each session. To participate in the auction, just register Copart website, inform the data of personal documents – CNH, CPF, RG and proof of residence. People of legal age and legal entities can participate in the competition.

Check out some of the features of the featured models below.

Jaguar F-Pace 2017

Jaguar F-Pace 2017 (Photo: Copart)

Launched in 2016, the Jaguar F-Pace was the first SUV from the traditional British brand. The Momentum version – top of the line and identical to the car offered for auction – is equipped with a 380 hp V6 petrol engine, which is connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Using aluminum in 80% of its construction, to reduce weight, F-Pace also has several technologies in the mechanical part. Its all-wheel drive is based on that used in the sporty F-Type. Under normal conditions it only works on the rear wheels. If the ground is more uneven, the system distributes the traction between the two axles 50/50.

The All Surface Progress Control (ASPC) system is another technology that helps the driver in more diverse areas. With it, the driver controls only the steering wheel and the system takes control of braking and acceleration, which works between speeds of 3.6 km / h and 30 km / h.

Volvo XC60 2020

Volvo XC60 2020 (Photo: Copart)

The gasoline-powered Volvo XC60 received its last update in 2017 – since last year, the Swedish automaker has offered only 100% electric and hybrid vehicles.

The 2020 model of the SUV has a 254 hp 2.0-liter turbocharged engine, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.

The model is equipped with LED lights that have an autonomous system, which moves according to the trajectory of the wheels. They also have technology that avoids oncoming traffic. In medium and high versions, the XC60 has a hands-free system – which opens and closes the trunk lid with a signal. Just move your feet under the bumper for the system to work.

Volvo is recognized as the safest car manufacturer in the world, and it has not stopped working on the equipment of its SUV. Automatic braking with night vision, forward collision alert, blind spot alert and six airbags are some of them.

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Paulo SilveiraJournalist with 20 years of professional experience as a reporter in the main newsrooms of newspapers in Brazil, such as Gazeta Mercantil, Folha SP, Estadão and Jornal do Brasil and in coordinating, editing and leading positions. He graduated in Journalism from Caśper Líbero.