The 2019 Volvo XC90 is the epitome of an overachiever showcasing an impressive technological front, great practicality, and potent powertrain options, which include the standard turbocharged 2.0L Inline-4 engine, and the twin-charged 2.0L engine too. With that being said, not much has changed in the exterior looks department of the XC90, since 2016. Now with just an $800 price hike from the 2021 XC90 iteration, Volvo introduces major feature changes in the form of packages. The Advanced package enters the territory, having replaced both the Convenience and Momentum Plus packages. Now while the entire trim lineup gets updated infotainment software, and four-zone climate control as standard, the higher R-Design and Inscription trims are privy to a Harmon/ Kardon sound system and a tailored dashboard amongst other things.
2019 Volvo XC90 For Sale-
The 2019 Volvo XC90 starts at an MSRP of $47,700 for the base T5 Momentum trim, while the top-end T8 Excellence plug-in hybrid trim will set you back by an MSRP of $104,900. Now if you're in the Used car market, the average listing price of the 2019 XC90 ranges from $35,900 to $55,500, depending on the SUV's condition, mileage, location, and other major listing factors. Further great deals can also be had, with monthly installment estimates as low as up to $1,009/ month for a good pre-certified used 2019 XC90.
2019 Volvo XC90 Buying Advice-
If sportier features are on your list when buying an SUV, the 2019 XC90 T6 R-Design should seem to do the trick for you. It gets 20-inch wheels and a sports steering wheel with shift paddles. While this is on the upper end of the spectrum, the 2019 XC90 T6 Momentum AWD, for a price of $56,300, should also suffice, as it does get a lot of the latest creature comforts as standard. If you're considering an older XC90 model, do check out the 2016 MY, and the 2018 XC90, as both of them did get a full top-to-bottom major update. Volvo also offers a pre-owned certified program with an unlimited mileage warranty and various other eligibility factors, which should help you while buying an old SUV.
The luxury midsize SUV segment is packed with a number of great SUVs, which aside from their competitive price tags are better than the Swedish luxury offering in one way or another. On sale, the 2019 XC90 might fare better on the safety quotient front and also on the impressively crafted interior front, but when it comes to outright acceleration and performance figures, the BMW X5's 335 hp V6 engine, allows it to accelerate a whole 2.5 seconds faster than the XC90 from 0-60 MPH. The Mercedes-Benz GLE is also a better option when it comes to providing a cushier ride on rougher roads, and also while taking reliability into account.