Volvo Giving New Car or SUV to Lucky Marathoner

Runners in the New York City and Los Angeles marathons will have a chance to win a new Volvo through the Run for Volvo Cars Sweepstakes. (Volvo Car USA)

If you love to run and regularly participate in marathons, you might win yourself a new car or SUV this fall. Volvo Car USA has announced that its Run for Volvo Cars Sweepstakes is returning, and one lucky participant will win the safe, stylish, and efficient Swedish ride of their dreams.

To win a new car or SUV in the Run for Volvo Cars Sweepstakes, you’ll need to register to run in the TCS New York City Marathon or The McCourt Foundation’s Los Angeles Marathon powered by ASICS. Alternatively, runners seeking a virtual marathon can participate in the Virtual TCS New York City Marathon Powered by Strava, and they’ll be eligible for the sweepstakes.

Next, head to RunforVolvoCars.com and build the 2021 Volvo model you’d like to win using the website configuration tool. Confirm that you want to ‘Try to Win This Volvo’ by November 30, and you’re good to go. Volvo will randomly select a single winner from among all entrants, and they’ll receive the vehicle they configured online.

Volvo Car USA offers a range of cars, wagons, and SUVs, including numerous plug-in hybrid models and the all-electric XC40 Recharge. (The new 2022 Volvo C40 Recharge is not eligible for the sweepstakes.) Here is a quick rundown of Volvo’s offerings for the 2021 model year:

S60 Sedan: A compact luxury sports sedan, the S60 is built in South Carolina and is available with a turbocharged gas engine or a potent plug-in hybrid powertrain and all-wheel drive.

S90 Sedan: Volvo’s large luxury sedan comes with a standard turbocharged and supercharged engine, but the S90 Recharge with its plug-in hybrid powertrain, standard AWD, and 21 miles of electric driving range represents real value in the segment.

V60 Wagon: Based on the S60, the V60 wagon and V60 Cross Country crossover offer more passenger room and utility than you might expect. The V60 is available with plug-in hybrid power to the tune of 415 horsepower and 494 pound-feet of torque.

V90 Wagon: Volvo bases the big V90 wagon and its Cross Country crossover variant on the S90 sedan. Stylish and accommodating, they offer a couple of engine choices but are the only Volvos lacking an electrified powertrain option in the U.S. market. For now.

XC40: A small SUV, the Volvo XC40 supplies plenty of personality to go with its undeniable utility. Plus, the XC40 serves as the basis for Volvo’s first all-electric vehicle, which is available now and supplies more than 200 miles of driving range.

XC60: Volvo’s compact crossover SUV, the XC60, is a popular choice. And it comes with a variety of trim levels and drivetrains to satisfy almost any budget or need. The XC60 Recharge is the plug-in hybrid version, giving you nearly 20 miles of pure electric driving before using a drop of gas.

XC90: A family-sized, three-row SUV, the Volvo XC90 is what many people picture when they think of the brand. There’s a good reason for that. The XC90 set Volvo on its current course of success and has aged well. The plug-in hybrid version of the SUV supplies about 18 miles of clean, green, electric driving range.

To learn more about the Run for Volvo Cars Sweepstakes, visit RunforVolvoCars.com.

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