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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
The trimSee full equipment
Benefits from softer Nappa leather, different 20in alloy wheels to R-Design trim, an electrically adjustable passenger seat, an Orrefors crystal gear lever knob and more illumination throughout the interior. We think there’s more sense in sticking to Momentum trim.
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With 296bhp, this supercharged 2.0-litre petrol packs a real punch. 0-62mph takes just 6.7 seconds and it feels noticeably less strained than the B5 when packed to the hilt with people and luggage. However, to extract this performance, you do have to rev it rather hard, which feels at odds with the XC90s relaxed nature. Ultimately, the diesel is a better fit for the XC90 thanks to its extra urgency at low revs.
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