The Swedish based automaker Volvo has revealed a new Signature Edition of the current XC90 generation, which will mark the retirement of the popular SUV.
The new Volvo XC90 Signature Edition is a top of the line version based on the R-Design trim level, which is adding several extra equipment, like the Volvo Premium sound system, the RSE multimedia system for the rear seats, the RTI navigation system, the leather upholstery, heated front seats, electrically-adjustable rear seats, electric sunroof and some other tweaks, which will help the model stand out from a crowd.
Changed made to the Volvo XC90, with the Signature Edition, include the mirror caps with the aluminum touches, the roof bars, side skirts, rear diffuser and engine protection panel, along with the xenon headlights, tinted rear windows and 19-inch Ixion alloy wheels. Volvo says that the whole package can be yourse for 62,850 EUR, which is basically a lot of money for a Volvo, but according to the carmaker, customers will actually save 2,595 EUR compared to a regular version of the XC90, fitted with the same “goodies” as the Signature Edition. No official launch date has been announced yet but the model will probably go on sale over the following weeks.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Sunday, October 13th, 2013 - filed under News
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