The Volvo XC90 is a large premium SUV that has long appealed to families, thanks to its versatile interior, huge boot and standard seven-seat layout.
However, this second-generation version, which was introduced in 2015, adds more efficient engines and a much classier interior to the virtues of its predecessor; you can read about that car here.
A four-cylinder diesel engine, badged D5, kicks off the range, followed by a four-cylinder petrol, the T6. However, company car drivers are most likely to be attracted to the ultra-clean T8 plug-in hybrid version, which is our favourite plug-in hybrid SUV.
The XC90 handles well for such a large car and its interior quality rivals the premium German manufacturers. Plus, it's bigger inside than most of them, and its seats can be manipulated more easily, making it one of the most practical large SUV choices.
Downsides include some suspension noise at low speeds and an unsettled ride on standard suspension, although it is possible to improve the latter if you add the right options.
Read on over the next few pages to get our in depth impressions of the XC90, along with our recommendations for trim levels, engines and extras.