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Volvo XC90, XC60, and XC40 SUVs

 

Volvo is a company that makes small cars and SUVs. Among its many models, the XC90 Recharge, XC60, and XC40 all offer small, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engines. The company has many different owners but is now owned by China’s Geely Holding Group. Despite their tiny size, Volvo SUVs are packed with features and fun to drive. Here are a few facts about these cars.
XC90

The Volvo XC90 was first introduced in North America for the 2003 model year. In North America, the vehicle was available in two trim levels: 2.5 T and T6. The 2.5 T featured a turbocharged inline-five engine that produced 208 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque, and a four-speed Aisin-codeveloped automatic transmission. The T6 trim level came with a turbocharged, supercharged, 2.7-liter inline-six engine and a four-speed automatic transmission, as well as a new rear-wheel drive system.

The Volvo XC90’s interior has few changes, but you can expect to find a new “tailored wool” trim option in the second-row seating area. You can also order a six-seat configuration instead of just a four-seat option. The XC90’s infotainment system has been upgraded to include Android Auto and Spotify. Regardless of your personal preferences, you’re sure to be satisfied with the cabin space.

XC60

When you’re in the market for a new crossover SUV, the Volvo XC60 might be the perfect vehicle for your needs. It offers several useful features, including an optional 12.3-inch digital gauge display and an infotainment system that features a 9.0-inch touchscreen. And it has a great warranty policy that covers a full three years of scheduled maintenance, as well as a generous number of warranty options.

The XC60 has a distinctive, elegant interior and excellent build quality. In addition to the high-end materials used, the cabin is filled with modern on-board technology. It also offers a variety of innovative drivetrain options, from a base-model turbo-four to a top-of-the-range engine with turbocharger and supercharger technology. And because it’s such a versatile SUV, the Volvo XC60 is a good choice for a mid-size crossover.

XC90 Recharge

The Volvo XC90 Recharge uses a hybrid powertrain with twin-charged and electronically boosted motors. The result is 400 horsepower and 472 pounds of torque. With an EPA rating of 18 miles on electricity alone, this car can travel 520 miles before requiring more gas. The car features brake-by-wire technology and ambient acoustic filtration materials. All trim levels offer ample kit and amenities.

Driver-assist systems are another highlight of the Volvo XC90 Recharge. The Adaptive Cruise Control System helps maintain a pre-set distance between your Volvo and all other cars ahead, while the Blind-Spot Monitoring System alerts you to vehicles in the next lane. The blind-spot information system helps prevent collisions and can also help you maneuver into tight parking spaces. The lane-keeping assist system also helps you avoid accidents by making minor steering corrections.

Among the Volvo XC90 Recharge’s many features, the smallest downside is its high price. Starting at around $60,000 for the base model, this car is pricier than its rivals. The standard powertrain of the XC90 Recharge is a turbocharged four-cylinder. This engine is the norm in this class of vehicles, but the company offers three versions of it. The T6 is a six-cylinder engine and the T8 is a turbocharged four-cylinder. The Volvo Recharge, on the other hand, has a plug-in hybrid engine with 400 horsepower and 18 miles of electric range.

XC40

The Volvo XC40 comes with plenty of standard features, including LED headlights, cruise control, heated door mirrors, a 12.3-inch digital instrument display, and a touchscreen sat-nav. The car also comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, which were previously available as optional extras on superminis. Whether you choose to have a rear seat that swivels and reclines, you’ll love the Volvo XC40’s standard safety features.

There’s a petrol engine available in the entry-level XC40, as well as an all-wheel drive version. The petrol engine provides ample power and torque for city driving. It’s quiet and efficient, and the B4 and B5 models feature a petrol engine with mild hybrid technology to produce 180 PS. The plug-in hybrid versions, the T4 and T5 Recharge, offer the cheapest fuel economy, at 22 mpg city and 30 highway, and 25 mpg combined.