Volvo has tweaked its XC90 range - including the prices.
Its best-selling model, the 2.4-litre automatic XC90, has had its engine refined to cut carbon dioxide emissions to 224g/km.
That's enough to make the car drop into a lower tax band, and ensures it won't be penalised if London goes ahead with a £25-a-day congestion charge for higher-emitting cars.
An R-Design variant has also been introduced in place of the SE Sport. These cars have had the suspension and steering tweaked to give them a sportier drive.
Styling changes also include 19-inch alloy wheel, quadruple exhausts and aluminium pedals.
Buyers can also opt for an improved rear-seat entertainment system, which now uses larger eight-inch screens and costs £1350. For £400 buyers can also opt for a digital television receiver.
Prices for the range, which will go on sale in June, have also been modified, with changes varying from a £150 increases to £210 decreases, depending on model.
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