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2020 Volvo XC90: Three-Row Convenience Balanced by Scandinavian Luxury

With the introduction of the current-generation XC90 a few years ago, Volvo signaled a new chapter for its design language and general approach to vehicle engineering. In the years since, every model in the Volvo lineup has taken strong styling and performance cues from the three-row SUV. Now, Volvo is pushing its styling standards yet again with light updates arriving for the 2020 XC90.

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The XC90 is the top Volvo choice for drivers near Troy or Royal Oak with significant passenger or cargo needs. It's the largest of the new Volvo models, offering space for up to seven passengers along with exceptional cargo versatility. On top of its inherent practicality, the XC90 offers a high-end luxury experience that caters to high expectations for aesthetics and craftsmanship alike.


At no trim level does the new XC90 offer a compromise in cabin features and materials. Every single new XC90 comes with upscale upholstery, premium trim materials, and helpful features. Optional trim pieces made from wood and other materials, along with a new tailored wool upholstery option lift the XC90 into true luxury.

Volvo has made a change to the seating layout options in the 2020 XC90. You can still get the XC90 with four, five, or seven seats. The new option puts captain's chairs in the second, offering a six-seat layout for the first time.

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The 2020 XC90 complements its elegant design with downright impressive performance. The backbone of this compelling performance is the model's lineup of sophisticated powertrains. Like in years past, the 2020 XC90 comes with three powertrain options.

  • The T5 powertrain uses a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 250 horsepower.
  • The T6 uses the same 2.0-liter block but adds a supercharger to the mix. This brings the T6 powertrain up to 316 horsepower.
  • The T8 Plug-In Hybrid powertrain makes a combined 400 horsepower from its turbocharged and supercharged gas engine and electric motor. Volvo has said that the 2020 model will have a larger capacity battery with extended electric-only range.

Like the previous model year, the 2020 XC90 comes with a standard eight-speed automatic transmission and is available in both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive.

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Technology and Safety

The 2020 XC90 gets a long list of available technology features. From safety to media and navigation, this SUV covers all of the automotive tech bases.

For starters, the Digital Driver Display is now standard for 2020. That means you can configure your gauge cluster display to feature just the information that you want to see. A sizeable center touchscreen display has all sorts of apps to take advantage of.

A plethora of new safety features are being offered in the 2020 XC90. Volvo's innovative road sign identification is now standard across the board. Blind-spot monitoring and automatic emergency braking both now feature steering assist.

Learn More About the 2020 XC90 at Suburban Volvo Cars

The staff here at Suburban Volvo Cars near Sterling Heights and Detroit, MI can give you even more details about the 2020 XC90. Give us a call or pay us a visit near Warrant and Southfield to chat with a member of our team about the SUV's newest features or discuss placing an order for your own XC90.

2020 Volvo XC90 Comparison

Spacious luxury is the central theme of the XC90, the largest vehicle in Volvo's model lineup. The XC90 brings Volvo's distinctive Scandinavian design style to the full-size luxury SUV segment, offering an experience that emphasizes performance, comfort, practicality, and style in equal measure.

The new XC90 is a worthy consideration for anyone searching for a new luxury SUV, but it's certainly not the only option around. Take a look at these brief comparisons to see how the XC90 fairs against a couple of competitors.

Volvo XC90 vs. Audi Q7

It's no wonder the XC90 and Q7 are considered top choices for drivers in pursuit of spacious luxury. These premium SUVs both offer upscale design, powerful performance, and space for seven passengers. Start looking at the details, however, and you'll see that the X90 comes out on top in several important aspects.

  • Pricing: When it comes to pricing, both models slot where one expects a luxury SUV to be. However, the XC90 has an edge. Its base trim, the Momentum, starts at just $46,900. By contrast, the Q7 starts three grand higher at $49,900. The pricing difference remains as you move up in trim levels.
  • Performance: There's no question that both the XC90 and the Q7 are built with premium performance in mind, but the XC90 again gets the edge. That's due to its available plug-in hybrid powertrain that combines the effort of a turbocharged gas engine and an electric motor to produce a combined 400 horsepower. The most powerful Q7 powertrain tops out at 333 horsepower.

  • Flexibility: Drivers often choose full-size luxury SUVs due to the flexibility of substantial cargo capacity. If you're looking to optimize interior space, you'll want to choose the XC90. With the rear seats folded down it offers up to 85.7 cubic feet of cargo space. The Q7 lags behind with 71.6 cubic feet of cargo space.

Volvo XC90 vs. Acura MDX

Though their styling differs, the Acura MDX and Volvo XC90 have much in common. Both are SUVs designed to accommodate upscale expectations with luxury amenities, advanced technology, and considerable performance. While the two are worthy competitors in the segment, there are several ways the XC90 gets the nod over the MDX.

  • Power: Though the MDX offers more standard power, the XC90 comes out on top when it comes to total available power. Volvo's option has two powertrain options that outpace the most powerful engine available in the MDX. First, T6 turbo and supercharged engine produces 316 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. The available Twin Engine Plug-in Hybrid powertrain bumps power to 400 horsepower by using both a forced-induction gas engine and an electric motor.
  • Efficiency: Both the MDX and the XC90 have available hybrid powertrains, but the Volvo gets the efficiency edge. Its estimated 30 mpg highway beats out the MDX's estimated 27 mpg highway.
  • Comfort: As premium vehicles, the XC90 and MDX are expected to live up to drivers' high expectations for luxury. Both are packed to the brim with standard and optional luxury features. The XC90 has one feature that's sure to make passengers happy -- dual-zone rear climate control. In the MDX, rear passengers are relegated to a single climate control zone.