A mild facelift and a slew of new safety tech and cabin options makes a compelling luxury SUV even more so.
If it ain't broke, just fiddle with it a bit. The 2020 XC90 gets a slight visual update, along with new safety gear.
Volvo's comeback has been led by the XC90, the first of the company's new-generation models.
An early-morning misty mountain hop in an XC90 is a very fine thing indeed.
Inscription trim models like those seen here are now the most luxurious XC90 model available, as the six-figure, limo-like XC90 Excellence has been discontinued.
Priced from $48,350 (plus $995 destination) for base T5 FWD models, the XC90 can also be far costlier. My $86,990-as-delivered T8 E-AWD Inscription tester stands as ample proof.
Banff, Alberta is as beautiful and upscale as you'd imagine.
The XC90 felt right at home.
The XC90 delivers a pleasingly refined ride.
A haptic feedback steering wheel is one of several new safety technologies for 2020.
A new six-seat configuration is optional but does have its drawbacks.
The XC90 T8's crystal shifter has been redesigned, unfortunately, it still requires a bizarre double tap to get from Park to Drive.
A new woolen fabric is a nice alternative to traditional leather.
You can spot the 2020 model by its newly concave grille.
High-mounted taillamps have become all the rage since the original XC90.
Keep clicking or scrolling for more images of the 2020 Volvo XC90 in both Inscription and R-Design flavors.
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