Since initiating the brand’s current product renaissance five years ago, the XC90 premium mid-size sport-utility has been Volvo’s best-selling model. Freshened this year with a new concave grille that recalls the 1973 1800 sport wagon, upsized standard 19-inch alloy wheels, and a newly available six-passenger counterpart to the existing five- and seven-passenger models, the 2020 Volvo XC90 is effectively the brand’s flagship.
Including the $995 destination charge and in base Momentum trim, the lineup includes the $49,345 front-wheel drive T5, the $51,845 all-wheel drive T5, the $57,295 all-wheel drive T6, and the $67,995 all-wheel drive T8 plug-in hybrid. Available R-Design and Inscription trims add more features and comfort. Or, if you like, the XC90 is one of five Volvo vehicles you can subscribe to rather than leasing or purchasing outright. The 2020 XC90 T6 all-wheel drive model in base Momentum trim is $800/month including insurance and maintenance.