2016 VOLVO XC90 T8 MOMENTUM SPORT UTILITY 4D

Price: $28,800

Year 2016

Make VOLVO

Model XC90

Trim T8 MOMENTUM SPORT UTILITY 4D

Drivetrain AWD

Transmission AUTOMATIC

Engine 4-CYL SPRCHGD HYBRID 2.0T

Mileage 71,325

Doors 4

Exterior Color BLACK

Interior Color GREY

VIN YV4BC0PK9G1076678

Stock No. 5092

Vehicle Equipment

Vehicle Description

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The 2016 Volvo XC90 is a quietly elegant, supremely ergonomic, and easy-to-use large luxury SUV with an understated and modest in its exterior design that belies its many virtues. The luxury is found in the interior, with high-quality materials and a thoughtfully designed infotainment system that's one of the more intuitive and easy to use among many complex systems offered in high-end vehicles. The thoroughly modern XC90 has the very latest in new and updates safety features, of course, both active and passive, and gets unsurpassed safety ratings.

The all-new 2016 Volvo XC90 offers a fresh interpretation of Swedish auto design. While its exterior is both modern and timeless, Volvo has achieved the trick of making a large utility vehicle appear much smaller than it is—meaning it’s the least obvious luxury SUV in the segment. The luxury is all on the inside, making the new XC90 the antithesis of well-known and prestigious German brands, not to mention U.S. luxury trucks. Think of it, if you like, as the anti-Escalade.

Volvo has wrapped seven seats into a vehicle that’s longer, wider, and taller than its predecessor, while appearing visually smaller. The design language clearly signals that the 2016 model follows in the Volvo tradition, but the lines are crisper and more streamlined, while remaining true to the classic SUV form. The windshield isn’t aggressively raked, and while the tailgate is slightly more slanted, it’s visually camouflaged by a long roof spoiler.

The 2016 Volvo XC90 comes with only two powertrains in the North American market. By far the most common version will be the one dubbed T6, a conventional gasoline version that pairs the company’s Drive-E 316-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder engine with an 8-speed automatic transmission and standard all-wheel drive (AWD). Producing 295 pound-feet of torque, this will be the volume model, although it’s worth noting that Volvo recommends that premium gasoline be used.

The T6 includes a start-stop function to switch off the engine when the vehicle is at rest; like the same system in the S60 sedan, V60 wagon, and XC60 utility vehicle, it’s unobtrusive and fast to with the engine back on smoothly when the driver starts to lift a foot off the brake.

The front seats are supremely comfortable—Volvo says it spent seven years developing them—and are electrically adjustable in multiple directions. The “Comfort seat” option includes electrically adjustable lower cushions, which lengthen the under-leg portion of the seat from short to obviously longer than the legs of a conventionally shaped 6-foot adult. Volvo has some tall Swedes among its engineers, and we suspect the seats were made to be as comfortable for them as we found them during our test drives.

The second row of seats is almost as comfortable, and it slides back and forth as well as offering a 40/20/40-split seat back that can fold down in multiple combinations. The rear-seat headrests flip down as it folds forward, removing them from a driver’s rearward vision if the second seat is empty. And the center seating position includes Volvo’s renowned optional child booster cushion, which raises a child to the correct height for the seat belt to be most effective (as well as improving the child’s view forward and to the sides).

*This vehicle is Certified Pre-Owned and is eligible for our third party warranty program. 

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