A review of the new generation Volvo XC90 is telling us that this is not a perfect SUV.
Mommies looking to give their kids a ride to school in the new generation of the Volvo XC90 should check out the new review of the vehicle which has been signed by CarBuyer and so should the Eastern European gangsters wannabe who are fans of large SUVs. The clip is showing us the practical side of the popular SUV in its new generation so if you would like to find out more about it and, especially if you would like to see if this is a model which really suits your needs, you should scroll down and click the play button because the review may surprise you.
The new generation of the Volvo XC90 has been unveiled last year and it is coming as a 2015 model year. The vehicle has opened its order books on the Old Continent at the beginning of 2015 and it has a starting price of 59,472 euros. For the money, customers are getting the D5 AWD Kinetic, which is capable of storing up to 671 liters of luggage or 310 liters with the third row of seats up. The 2,030 kg weighing SUV has a 2-liter Drive-E four-cylinder turbo diesel engine under its hood, with 224 HP and 470 Nm of torque. This is burning an average of 7.8L / 100 km in the city and 4.7L / 100km on the highway. Paying 64,376 euros will bring you the D5 AWD Momentum while the Inscription range-topping starts at 70,412 euros. For the T6 AWD Momentum, customers will have to pay 70,634 euros and the T6 AWD will be setting you back for 76,910 euros.