1- 2016 Volvo XC90
With improved interior space, and the best safety features, the 2016 Volvo XC90 boasts a sharp new style. The advanced safety features have been Volvo’s main highlights. Despite being out of the game for a while, the 2016 Volvo XC90 puts Volvo right back at the top. It is powered by a Drive-E family of turbocharged 4-cylinders engine – Volvo’s new generation. A new interior design debuts in the XC90 and also a new grille, optional ‘Thor’s Hammer’ LED headlights, and logo design.
Blending traditional-Volvo styling themes with modern approaches, the 2016 XC90 points the perfect way toward the future of the design of vision automaker. Highlights include the new ‘Thor’s hammer’ LED running lights, revamped a Volvo iron-mark grille, and thinner taillights which follow the contours of the body from the roof down. A set of 19″ aluminum wheels is standard.
The 2016 XC90’s delivers the flexibility of a comfortable SUV and decent interior room as well as the agility of a lower and smaller vehicle. Actually, the automaker designed an XC90’s 3rd-row seat to make sure comfort for adults of nearly 5′ 6″ tall. As a 5/7 passenger vehicle, the 2016 Volvo XC90 is available in 3 trim levels, the Base Momentum, Plush Inscription and the Sporty R Design. Standard features include, a rear view camera, dual zone climate control, panoramic sunroof and also a 10 speaker entertainment system.
There is an Android and Apple compatible touch-screen infotainment system which you can use with glove-clad hands. The new XC90 provides Park and Pay technology to assists drivers find the right parking space and even pay for it. Park Assist Pilot technology is optional, and assisting the driver concerning exiting and entering parallel spaces and adding a modern feature which autonomously backs the XC90 into the perpendicular space. If you opt for the Park Assist Pilot you also get a 360 degree camera.
Engine/ Fuel Efficiency
The primary gearbox available in both models is an 8-speed automatic transmission. Fuel economy is highly respectable, with a T6 attaining 22/26 mpg city/highway. The in-line 4-cylinder engine is 2.0L and can reach 250 horsepower across every model. All models come as front wheel drive as standard.
On top of the front-side, standard front, and 3-row side curtain airbags, the 2016 Volvo XC90 delivers standard with an automatic forward emergency braking, and lane departure warning. As part of the Vision package, rear cross traffic alert, and blind-spot warnings and also a 360-degree-view camera system. Also, the XC90 debuts the new Run-Off-Road Protection package that is designed to protect front-seat occupants in case the SUV turns off the highway. Incredibly, the seat belts tighten automatically, and the energy-absorbing seats are made to reduce spine injury to the greatest extent possible.
Posted on September 3, 2016
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