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, which you can read about here.
A four-cylinder diesel engine, badged D5, kicks off the range, followed by a four-cylinder petrol, the T6. There's even a plug-in hybrid, the ultra-clean T8.
This latter model can travel almost 25 miles without any help from the petrol engine, making it an appealing option if you have a short commute and access to charging points at your home and place of work.
Read on over the next few pages for everything you need to know before buying a Volvo XC90, including which engine, trim and options to choose.