Volvo C30 needs a need engine - where do I get one?

My daughter owns a 2008 Volvo C30 1.6 diesel. Our local garage has told us that a shell on the crankshaft has disintegrated and the quickest and cheapest thing to do would be to replace the engine at a cost of £1995. If this is the case, to who and where do we go?

Asked on 24 October 2016 by EMCS

Answered by Honest John
This is a PSA/Ford 1.6 litre HDI/TDCI. Very common engine. £1995 is reasonable if the engine supplier is a member of If not, be careful. More crooks in the replacement engine business than in prison.
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