2016 Volvo XC90 Price and Design

2016 Volvo XC90 Price and Design – Fourteen lengthy a long time down the line given that Volvo arrived up with its initially XC90, the automotive big is all set to set the world abuzz with its major SUV and third generational update. At the current Paris Motor Show, Volvo captivated the hearts of automotive enthusiasts with the 2016 XC90, and excitement is creating high in anticipation of its release.

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2016 Volvo XC90 Design

Though the 2016 Volvo XC90 looks fairly comparable to its predecessors, you should really know your Volvos if you are to note the variance in the new a person. The new model is a bit larger sized and lighter that their other crossovers, and likewise has some lovely design changes. The nose, for illustration, is unadorned and curvy. The headlight openings are easy, and the assembly features a parking light pattern that the automotive large lovingly refers to as the “Hammer of Thor”. The waterfall grille gives the car or truck an over-all appearance of elegant simplicity.

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2016 Volvo XC90 Design Interior

While the new XC90 does not seem far too roomy from the outdoors, you will likely be pleasantly shocked by the interiors. Its 3 row seating is snug and roomy, with the second row seats relocating ahead to step into the somewhat roomy third row. Volvo completes the high-class interiors of the XC90 by upholstering it with real steel and walnut wooden trim and high-end, heat Nappa leather.

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Going even further on supplying buyers better than the ideal, Volvo has teamed up with the British enterprise Bowers & Wilkins to give the new 2016 Volvo XC90 an amazing 1400 watt amp with 19 speakers. Along with this, the new head unit – the Sensus Connect – makes the dashboard come alive. The 9 inch tablet-like touch screen sits at the center of the dashboard and control most of the car’s functions. It also functions with leading auto apps such as Google Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and even works well if you are operating it with gloves.

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A final cap on luxury is placed with the diamond-cut start and stop controls for the engine as well as the stereo volume knob. The contribution of Swedish glass-maker Orrefors is also seen in its crystal shifter.

2016 Volvo XC90 Engine and Performance

Considering the fact that Volvos sell extremely well in the US, the business has made a few major considerations for this market. To begin with, all models sold in the US will get two turbocharged and supercharged Drive-E engine options. T6 is the 2016 Volvo XC90 base engine and is fitted with a standard all-wheel drive and eight-speed automatic transmission. It is good for 295 lb-ft of torque and 316 hp.

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The intriguing T8 is a brilliant hybrid engine, and comes with an 80 hp electric motor at its rear axle. Powered at 60 kW, the combined output is 472 lb-ft of torque and 396 hp, making this engine top-flight with its plug-in hybrid drivetrain. These models can also run entirely on electricity as they are fitted with a 9.2 kWh lithium ion battery, apart from gasoline, or even both.

Apart from the US market, other market will see the 2016 Volvo XC90 coming out with a twin-turbo 222-hp diesel engine that is good for 347 lb-ft of torque. If this was not powerful enough, Volvo is considering adding other options for drivetrain and powertrain.

Safety is the mark of a Volvo, and this is clear from some of the additions to the new model. Cyclist and pedestrian detection, automatic braking, collision warning, cross-traffic detection even though backing up the car and rear impact detection, adds to the safety of the car. Added to this is intelligent driving, where the car will steer you back to the road if you have drifted off. The list of features just goes on with intelligent parking, blind spot warning and much more.

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2016 Volvo XC90 Price

Well, if you haven’t guessed it already, the new Volvo XC90 2016 is going to be worth every penny that it costs – and it certainly does come at a heavy price. It is estimated to start at $48,900 for the T60 version in the US, although the T8 is all set to cross $50,000.

Volvo is also launching the first 1927 cars as Onyx black metallic limited edition models, each numbered, engraved and fully equipped. These are priced at $65,900 and can only be reserved online on volvocars.com/us.