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The Volvo XC90 is a fine luxury SUV that combines a high quality, spacious and versatile interior with plenty of kit and top-notch safety credentials. The Audi Q7 is still a better overall package, though, and don't rule out the Land Rover Defender if you're happy with something slightly more rugged.get the best price
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The pick of the bunch. Adaptive cruise control, automatic headlights and wipers, leather seats, front and rear parking sensors, sat-nav, a 12.3in TFT screen with digital instruments, LED headlights, Bluetooth, 19in alloy wheels, climate control, an electric driver’s seats, heated front seats and keyless entry and start are all standard.
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The entry-level petrol doesn't use a supercharger like the more powerful T6, but it is turbocharged. It has perfectly adequate performance for most situations (it'll hit 0-62mph in a claimed 7.7sec), but you do need to work it quite hard to realise that performance. It is pretty refined when revved, though, but while it'll reach 30mpg driven gently on the motorway, you'll struggle to hit 25mpg around town.
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