2016 Volvo XC90
23,250 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$38,550
Est $556/mo

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2011 Volvo XC90
64,726 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$17,385
Est $251/mo

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2016 Volvo XC90
38,786 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$36,650
Est $528/mo

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2016 Volvo XC90
56,910 Miles | Oxnard, CA
$34,998
Est $504/mo

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2016 Volvo XC90
48,770 Miles | Albuquerque, NM
$33,998
Est $490/mo

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2014 Volvo XC90
62,535 Miles | North Attleboro, MA
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2018 Volvo XC90
21,606 Miles | Omaha, NE
$45,998
Est $663/mo

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2018 Volvo XC90
3,381 Miles | Duarte, CA
$55,998
Est $807/mo

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2018 Volvo XC90
11,263 Miles | Doral, FL
$47,998
Est $692/mo

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2017 Volvo XC90
11,045 Miles | South Portland, ME
$45,998
Est $663/mo

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2016 Volvo XC90
52,039 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$39,998
Est $577/mo

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2016 Volvo XC90
46,556 Miles | Columbus, OH
$37,998
Est $548/mo

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2016 Volvo XC90
64,784 Miles | Miami Lakes, FL
$32,998
Est $476/mo

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2016 Volvo XC90
38,835 Miles | Charlotte, NC
$41,998
Est $605/mo

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2013 Volvo XC90
54,714 Miles | Saltillo, MS
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2016 Volvo XC90
45,015 Miles | Loveland, CO
$35,998
Est $519/mo

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2017 Volvo XC90
25,402 Miles | Parker, CO
$42,998
Est $620/mo

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2018 Volvo XC90
15,764 Miles | Albuquerque, NM
$44,998
Est $649/mo

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2018 Volvo XC90
18,887 Miles | Puyallup, WA
$45,998
Est $663/mo

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Volvo XC90 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
23 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.3
Performance
4.2
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.3
Reliability
4.2

Volvo XC90 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2006 Volvo XC90 - RELIABLE

LT
Denver, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
3.0
I like that this vehicle has great pickup. It gives me great gas mileage. It just feels like it is made well and a lot of thought and effort was put into the design of this vehicle. It is comfortable to drive in and I feel better and safer driving this. I always wanted a Volvo and I am so glad I finally got one. It was worth the wait. I feel it is safer than most American made cars. It is a good size. I love the color and I think I will own this vehicle for a very long time. I could pass it on to my child when she is old enough to drive it. I can put a lot of items in the back. It also has a good security system. I also think it handles itself well in snow.
Story
My daughter says it looks like a spaceship! She is 5.
Pros
The top positive thing is the great gas mileage and the high safety rating. My favorite feature is the sleek design.
Cons
The steering wheel and seats get very hot at times. The seats in the back are not big enough to store things on.

2013 Volvo XC90 - I love my XC90!

Barbara
Boise, Idaho
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
I purchased my 2013 Volvo XC90 two years ago from a trusted dealer. It had about 35,000 miles on it at the time and had only one previous owner. My previous car was a Volvo too, so I must admit that I'm a fan and biased toward this brand. The XC90 has continued to amaze me the whole time I've owned it. I had never had an SUV before, so I was a little nervous about that to start, but now I'm used to it and love the versatility. Volvos are built so well, it's hard not to feel safe in one. It is very solid and sturdy yet also so luxurious and cozy. Every new person who rides in my car remarks on how comfortable it is! One pleasant surprise: all the kids in my youngest child's class wanted to ride with us for field trips. Who knew a typical "mom car" could be considered "cool"? I... (more)
Story
Very soon after I got this vehicle, I got to try it out on a trip into the mountains. Even though there was unexpected snow, it was great fun to drive and performed way better than I expected, even on the steepest climbs.
Pros
So many positives! I chose it mainly for the Volvo name and for third-row seating, and I'm so glad I did. It's perfect for driving lots of kids around or for carrying big loads like drum sets and lawnmowers around town. The height is perfect, neither too high nor low. Kids love that the back seats all have A/C vents and a charging port, oh and cup holders too. I feel very comforted knowing that Volvo designs everything with safety as their first priority. It's mine too.
Cons
Hmmm. This is tougher. In general, I wish they had a comfortable and luxurious seating option that was not leather. On my particular car, the passenger door sometimes doesn't close properly. That can probably be fixed. This is definitely a "mom" car, or family car, so I can understand how its style won't appeal to everyone.

2008 Volvo XC90 - Decent family car

Erik
Huntsville, Alabama
Overall
3.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
Purchased this vehicle from a family friend a few years ago. This SUV can take a beating! I travel often for work, just recently I made the 10-hour commute to Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, with a coworker. At first I was worried we wouldn't have enough room to pack her stuff and mine in the trunk of my car. I was pleasantly wrong. The trunk space is definitely desirable. The SUV drives like a luxury car; it's quiet and smooth. However, at times, it feels like I'm driving a bus whenever I'm making a sharp turn. It feels like it's floating. Nothing alarming, but it does take some time to get used to. One major drawback is the backseat. This SUV is designed for small children to fit in the back. My husband is 6'4", and whenever he is driving, no one can sit behind his seat since he has to move... (more)
Story
I drive this car everywhere. Recently took the ten-hour drive to Leavenworth, KS, for work. During my spare time, I explored Kansas City, Missouri, and got lost. However, this car handled every terrain as possible. I was on smooth pavement and didn't flinch when it hit every pothole imaginable. It still handled like a dream on dirt roads.
Pros
Drives like a luxury car. Trunk space. Third-row seating. Safety. Auto dimming rear view mirror.
Cons
Leg room in the back seat.

Volvo XC90 Generations

The XC90 is a five-door midsize luxury crossover SUV with front-wheel drive or all-wheel-drive. The first generation had two rows of seats and launched in 2003; the second generation launched for 2015 and offers three rows of seats. The XC90 is currently available with a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, a supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder engine or a plug-in hybrid model.

2015 - Present (Second Generation)

The second generation of XC90 hit the United States market for the 2015 model year, and Volvo expected that market to take at least a third of the XC90's global sales.

This model bears almost no resemblance to the previous generation; it was the first new model from Volvo under its new Geely ownership and signaled an unofficial rebirth of the Volvo brand.

Now built on the SPA platform, the XC90 is a seven-seat SUV. It's longer, wider and lower than the previous generation. The wheelbase was now 117.5 inches with an overall length of 194.9 inches, plus a width of 75.7 inches and a height of 69.9 inches. The curb weight was between 4,581 and 5,165 pounds depending on trim, drive and engine.

The base engine for this generation is the T5, a 2.0-liter, 250-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. There are two optional engine choices. The 316-horsepower T6 is both supercharged and turbocharged and comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The T8 plug-in hybrid uses the same engine plus an electric motor for 400 total horsepower. Its all-electric range is 13 miles.

The new generation of XC90 has a redesigned chassis, which now featured a double wishbone front suspension. The interior was also restyled and included a range of new tech, including a nine-inch tablet-style touchscreen in the console. It controls the infotainment system and various features for the climate control.

Safety for this generation continued to be top-notch as it again scored five out of five 'Good' ratings from the IIHS. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave it an overall five stars and five stars in every individual category except rollover where it received four stars. This XC90 generation again featured safety equipment like lane-keep assist, lane-departure prevention, pre-collision braking and adaptive cruise control.

The XC90 is available in three trim levels for each of the three engine types (T5, T6 and T8). The trim levels are Momentum, R-Design and Inscription.

An 'Excellence' trim is the top model, starting at over $100,000 and offering the T8 powertrain as standard. It also includes a high-end Bowers and Wilkins sound system, crystal gearshift knob, massaging front and rear seats that are also heated and cooled, air suspension, 21" alloy wheels and a panoramic moonroof.

2003 - 2014 (First Generation)

The XC90 was Volvo's first foray into the SUV market and it launched in the American market for the 2003 model year. It offered two trim levels to start with: the 2.5 T and the T6.

The 2.5 T was the base trim and it featured a 2.5-liter turbocharged inline five-cylinder engine that made 208 horsepower. It was paired with a five-speed automatic transmission. The T6 engine was a 2.9-liter turbocharged inline-six that put out 268 horsepower and was paired with a four-speed automatic transmission. The 2.5 T offered standard front-wheel-drive but a Haldex Traction AWD system was optional. The T6 only came with AWD.

For 2005, a Yamaha V8 engine became available as an option. It was a 4.4-liter unit that put out 288 horsepower initially; it was later revised to put out 311 horsepower. The 2003 model won Motor Trend's Sport Utility of the Year and also the North American Car of the Year award. In 2007 Volvo gave the XC90 a facelift that included a redesigned front and rear, plus a revised interior. A 235-horsepower straight six-cylinder engine replaced the previous inline five-cylinder as the base engine for the American market.

Volvo continued to refine the XC90 after this.

In 2009, Volvo made minor exterior and feature upgrades. The 'VOLVO' lettering was also upgraded. A 2010 update included yet another new logo on the front grille and also optional body-color wheel arches, which was previously only an option (base models had dark plastic).

In 2012 Volvo added LED taillights. In 2013 Volvo gave the XC90 a more significant update. It included exterior upgrades like LED daytime headlights, redesigned headlights and body-color trim pieces that had previously been dark plastic.

Concerning safety scores, this generation received 'Good' ratings by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety in five out of five categories. The XC90 has a range of safety features built into the vehicle to protect against a crash. The front end has crumple zones and is designed to deflect pedestrians to the hood of the vehicle as opposed to underneath it. The roof is reinforced with high strength steel to keep it from collapsing in a rollover. It was awarded the Top Safety Pick distinction by the IIHS.

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