Volvo XC90 Summary
|No of Gears||8 Gears|
|Kerb Weight||2910 kg|
Volvo XC90 Variants Price List
Volvo XC90 launched in India at a starting price of Rs 80.9 Lakh. Check out the Volvo XC90 which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Volvo XC90 with on road price, mileage, specifications and images. Check mileage of new Volvo XC90 with photos. features, colours, comparisons, videos and latest news in India on autoX.
|Momentum Luxury 1969 cc, Diesel, 17.2 kmpl||₹ 80.9 Lakh|
|Inscription Luxury 1969 cc, Diesel, 17.2 kmpl||₹ 87.9 Lakh|
|Excellence 1969 cc, Petrol||₹ 1.31 Crore|
|Excellence Lounge 1969 cc, Petrol||₹ 1.42 Crore|
Volvo XC90 Colours
- Magic Blue
- Crystal White Pearl
- Luminous Sand Metallic
- Onyx Black
Volvo XC90 Mileage
Volvo XC90 Highlights
Volvo's XC90 has been a global best-seller, given its range of features, its butch yet classy appeal and of course, the practicality of it being a seven-seater. The 2015 Volvo XC90 is the first car based on the Scalable Platform Architecture platform, and is also the first product from Volvo after having been bought over by Chinese car company – Geely. It promises to carry forward some of the characteristic virtues of the previous SUV, albeit with sophisticated tech, a plusher cabin and stunning looks.
There's something about the XC90's design that is very elegant. Up-front, it gets a huge grille with vertical slats and a big Volvo badge on it. Then there are the 'Thor Hammer' LED DRLs incorporated neatly in the distinctive headlamps. The XC90 is full of subtle creases and smooth, straight lines with gentle curves in the right places. Along the side, there are two creases that lie parallel to each other. The 20-inch alloy wheels look great, and give the SUV a sporty stance. At the rear, the large soup-spoon like tail lamps look beautiful, and there's even a nice depression in the tail gate.
The Volvo XC90 variants are as follows: Momentum, Inscription, R-Design and Excellence. Features include a 19-speaker Bowers and Wilkins audio system, panoramic sunroof, air suspension, Nappa leather upholstery, four-zone climate control and ventilated front seats. On the safety front, it gets radar-based adaptive cruise control, seven airbags, city braking system and collision avoidance among other goodies.
The cabin of the XC90 is very impressive. There is a lot of wood and leather around, and the dashboard design is very likable. It gets some chrome touches as well. The 9.0-inch touchscreen is easy to use, thanks to the good graphics. Sound quality from the Bowers & Wilkins system is really good, and the quality of materials used is top-notch as well. Visibility from inside is impressive, and the massive, well-cushioned seats provide ample comfort. Even the middle-row is comfortable, with decent bolstering, while the third-row is perhaps the best in the segment as there is good legroom and headroom as well.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Volvo XC90 is powered by two engine options: a 2.0-litre diesel engine that produces 222bhp and 470Nm of torque. The engine is paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission. On starting the car, there is some pitter-patter from the diesel motor. However, it is very responsive, and the engine gets smoother as the revs climb. Acceleration is linear, and the gearbox responds well. The engine doesn't feel stressed in Eco and Comfort modes, while off-road mode has the car raised by 40mm. In Dynamic mode, the SUV lowers itself, and the engine becomes a bit more responsive. Ride quality over bad roads is decent. And the XC90 handles pretty well, with good body control around sharp turns.
The Volvo XC90's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 17.2kmpl for the diesel model.