Volvo Canada has announced that pricing for its all-new XC90 crossover SUV will begin at $60,700 (all prices in Canadian dollars). The XC90 made its official world debut today at the 'Mondial de l'Auto' in Paris.
“The all-new XC90 is an integral part of the re-launching of the Volvo brand,” said Marc Engelen, president & CEO of Volvo Cars of Canada. “This vehicle is an important illustration of Volvo’s Scandinavian roots and the design, performance and price will be competitive with rival SUVs in the luxury segment.”
The XC90 is the first vehicle in the Volvo lineup to be built on the brand's new Scalable Platform Architecture and the first to employ a new corporate trim level strategy. Three trim levels will be offered: Momentum, Inscription and R-Design.
In addition, T6 and T8 PHEV powertrains will be offered, as will all-wheel-drive. Both powertrains include a 320-horsepower supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder engine, coupled to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The T8 PHEV plug-in hybrid adds an electric motor and battery pack that produce an additional 80-horsepower.
Fuel consumption for the T6 is rated at 7.7L/100 km combined, while that for the T8 PHEV is expected to be approximately 2.7L/100 km.
The Momentum MSRP is priced at $60,700, the R-Design at $65,200, and the Inscription at $66,800.
The T6 also offers four option packages: Momentum Plus ($2,600), Climate ($1,350), Vision ($1,800) and Convenience ($2,200). Stand-alone options include Metallic Paint, Bowers & Wilkins Premium Sound upgrade and graphical Head-Up Display, among others.
The T8 PHEV offers only the two highest trim-levels, R-Design and Inscription. The R-Design version is priced at $73,400 and the Inscription at $75,000. Similar to the T6 AWD, the T8 PHEV offers the Climate, Vision and Convenience packages as well as a range of stand-alone options.