Volvo has made numerous changes to its lineup recently, which warranted a pricing update for its 2015.5 model year vehicles.
The Swedish automaker has undergone its most significant product refresh in its history in the last year while launching its Drive-E powertrains and the V60 sportswagon. Leading the updates for the 2015.5 model year is the company’s Sensus Connect, a connected car platform. In addition, the company is adding the Volvo On Call telematics solution as standard, making it the only automaker to have connected car and telematics standard across the entire lineup.
Trim level options for the 2015.5 model year have been simplified to two: Premier and Platinum. Available as a standalone option will be keyless drive while the Convenience Package will add rear park assist camera, Homelink remote garage door opener, digital compass, grocery bag holder and power retractable outside mirrors.
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As for pricing, the 2015.5 Volvo S60 T3 Drive-E equipped with front-wheel drive will be priced from $34,675 including destination while the all-wheel drive will run $36,175. The S60 T6 Drive-E model will start from $39,925 while the range-topping T6 R-Design all-wheel drive will be priced from $44,475.
The Volvo S80 T5 Drive-E will start from $42,375 while the T6 all-wheel drive model will run $45,775. Those shopping for the new V60 will face a starting MSRP of $36,675 while the top-of-the-line V60 T6 R-Design all-wheel drive has a $46,075 starting price tag.
Heading into Volvo’s XC offerings, the base model XC60 T5 all-wheel drive will be priced from $38,625 while the XC60 T5 Drive-E front-wheel drive model will start at $37,125.
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