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Volvo XC90

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Momentum Luxury
  • Momentum Luxury
    DieselAutomatic 77,41,000
  • R Design
    DieselAutomatic 84,91,500
  • Inscription Luxury
    DieselAutomatic 88,04,851
  • T8 Inscription
    PetrolAutomatic 96,65,000
  • Excellence
    PetrolAutomatic 1,31,24,000
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₹ 77.41 Lakhs
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Volvo XC90 Key Specifications

PriceRs. 77.41 Lakhs onwards
Mileage 17.2 kmpl
Engine 1969 cc
Transmission Automatic

XC90 Price List

Volvo XC90 price starts at ₹ 77.41 Lakhs and goes upto ₹ 1.31 Crores. Diesel XC90 price starts at ₹ 77.41 Lakhs. Petrol XC90 price starts at ₹ 96.65 Lakhs.

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Volvo XC90 Review

It is a show of strength, a peek into Volvo’s future, and a very capable luxury SUV. This is the new Volvo XC90 and it can be yours for under Rs 80 lakh for the most expensive Inscription version.

 
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What is it?

It is a show of strength, a peek into Volvo’s future, and a very capable luxury SUV. This is the new Volvo XC90 and it can be yours for under Rs 80 lakh for the most expensive Inscription version.

 

How is it inside?

Sophisticated. Spacious. Tech-laden. And uncluttered. It only has eight buttons on the dashboard (unheard of in today’s electrically complicated cars), and a majority of those buttons control the audio. The rest are there to open the dash, switch on the hazard light and get the defoggers working.

But, it’s the simple but classy layout of the interiors, the 9in touchpad and the materials used, which give the Volvo XC90 its unique, likeable and sophisticated appeal. The soft and expensive-to-the-touch plastics, the brushed metal highlights, the natural looking wood inserts, and the Nappa leather, all add to it. 

Then there’s the touchpad. It helps control the audio, the climate control, the ventilated seats, the car systems and almost everything else. The touch sensitivity is fantastic and the info you need the most – music, Bluetooth, navigation and AC – is always a touch away thanks to permanent shortcuts on the screen.

Space is another huge plus for the new Volvo XC90. Leg, head, and shoulder space is plenty in the first two rows. Plus, it has a large glass area (including a huge sunroof), which not only helps the overall visibility for the driver; it helps with the feeling of space as well for the passengers. Ingress / egress for the front two rows of seating is easy too, but getting into the last row can be a big challenge. But, once you get there, the knee and headroom is more than acceptable especially when you consider it is designed to hold occupants not taller than 1.7m.

So what do you get?

A full-sized, plush, and handsome SUV to begin with. The Volvo XC90 also has a very distinct aura. It stands out thanks to its right proportions, its upright stance and some bling (read the Thor-hammer headlamps and that huge satin silver grille). But, it looks tasteful and rich but never ostentatious. 

The new Volvo is also packed with technology. It can park itself; it gets colour HUD function with navigation readout; a high-end Bowers and Wilkins with 19 speakers and a trick sub-woofer; a lovely touchpad; and of course, a plethora of active and passive safety kit which has made the new XC90 the safest car of 2015 in EuroNCAP’s books.

What we didn’t get though is Volvo’s choice of sticking with Boron steel when all its competitors have moved to aluminium. Yes, Boron steel is Swedish but when one must choose between weight saving and jingoism, ideally it ought to be the former. As a result, the new XC90 weighs over 2.1 tonnes, which for new generation cars, even SUVs, is a bit much.

How is it to drive?

Calm. Serene. But, not exactly very enjoyable. The Volvo XC90 feels surefooted and unwavering in a straight line, which should make it great for long distance travel. But, show it some corners and it begins to get uncomfortable. It is a heavy car and as a result, the XC90 rolls around and struggles a bit under braking too. The brakes themselves are great: lots of bite, lots of feedback and just the right amount of travel. But, as you go faster and the momentum builds, it takes more effort to slow the Volvo down. We are also no fans of the XC90’s electrically powered steering; there’s little feedback and a hint of laziness in its reactions.

Selecting Dynamic mode improves the XC’s handling characteristics, no doubt; the steering weighs up better, the suspension becomes tauter still, and there’s an improvement in the throttle response as well. But, it certainly doesn’t turn the SUV into a sports car.

Other driving modes include: Eco (for fuel efficiency), Comfort (for a cushier ride and lighter steering), Off-Road (for taking on the rough with hill descent and raised ride height), and finally Custom (which allows you to take bits and pieces from various modes and come up with your own recipe). 

The engine on the Volvo XC90 meanwhile (and there’s only one) is a 2.0-litre, 225bhp, 470Nm four-cylinder diesel unit. Compared to its competition, which get 3-litre engines and more power and torque, it would be fair to assume that the Volvo is underpowered. But, it isn’t.

The torque spread is even and flat, and the 8-speed automatic the engine is coupled to, uses this torque very well. Be it puttering in the city, cruising down the highways or overtaking, the XC90 never feels lacking; the driveability is really well judged. It’s only when you start chasing its top speed of 230kmph in a hurry, that one can feel the lack of power.

The one area where Volvo does need to work on is the XC90’s ride quality. It is lumpy and jiggly, and crashy at times as well.

 

Should I buy one?

The Volvo XC90 scores high on style, luxury and desirability. It has some firsts for Volvo and for the segment too. It also shows us what newer Volvos will be like given that the XC90 will be the company’s oldest product on sale even in India in the next three years. We like it. We like it for its interiors, its technology, and of course, its safety. So, yes, you should buy one. It’s a no-brainer.

Where does it fit in?

The Volvo XC90 competes against the Audi Q7 and the Mercedes GL. And all three cost nearly the same for their top of the line models. The Volvo however, comes with more standard equipment compared to the other two. But, this might change with the new generation Audi Q7 due in a couple of months.


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Volvo XC90 Colours

XC90 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

  • Magic Blue
  • Luminous Sand Metallic
  • Crystal White Pearl
  • Onyx Black
* Colours shown are indicative and may vary slightly from actual car colours.

Volvo XC90 Mileage

Fuel TypeTransmissionEngine CapacityMileage
DieselAutomatic1969 cc17.2 kmpl

Volvo XC90 Expert Reviews

New Volvo XC90

New Volvo XC90

It is a show of strength, a peek into Volvo’s future, and a very capable luxury SUV. This is the new Volvo XC90 and it can be yours for under Rs 80 lakh for the most...

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Volvo XC90 User Reviews

Best beast

for Volvo XC90 on 27-Nov-2018 by Rinkesh

In summary, i can say that it is the best car that ever have made on this planet. ..If i have to choose between high end cars then it is the car for which i am looking...

Super Power

for Volvo XC90 on 09-Nov-2018 by Sharad Gagre

Buying experience is to good for me.At the time of purchased the car hospitality is good in the showroom. Riding experience to much fun, power driver experience to me.super power...

THE BEAT, BEST, BEAUTIFUL CAR

for Volvo XC90 on 12-Oct-2017 by Aaqib hashmat

It is the best car I hv seen. I don't think any other car hv these special features. Safety and each and every thing it is a luxurious sporty car. And thanks to all the company members...

XC90 Specifications Summary

Engines

1969 cc, Petrol, 407 bhp @ 5700 rpm power
1969 cc, Diesel, 235 bhp @ 4250 rpm power
1969 cc, Petrol, 320 bhp @ 5700 rpm power

Gearboxes

8-speed, Automatic, 4WD / AWD

Seating Capacity

7 seater
4 seater

Steering

Power steering

Volvo XC90 in News

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Volvo XC90 Price in Popular Cities

CityOn-Road Prices
Mumbai₹ 94.49 Lakhs onwards
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Hyderabad₹ 92.52 Lakhs onwards
Kolkata₹ 85.94 Lakhs onwards

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