The all-new 2018 XC60 can now be ordered from Volvo.
With prices starting at $41,500 excluding destination, the newly updated luxury SUV is priced very competitively in its segment. For comparison, the Audi Q5 starts at $41,850, the Jaguar F-Pace sells for$42,985 and the BMW X3 goes for a touch under at $41,045.
With three engines to choose from and three trim levels, the new Volvo SUV can be kitted out to anyone’s tastes. The lowest cost option is the Momentum trim with Volvo’s T5 engine. The T5 is a turbocharged gas engine producing 250 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque.
The Inscription model, meanwhile, is more luxurious and is available with both the T5 and the T6 engine. The latter produces 316 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque and the whole package will run you $48,700.
The R-Design trim level, meanwhile, highlights the XC60’s sportier qualities, and is available with the T5, T6, and finally the T8, twin engine electric plug-in hybrid engine. That model produces 400 hp and 472 lb-ft of torque and starts at $56,200, though it can be had for $52,900 in the Momentum trim.
No matter which XC60 you buy it will come standard with a panoramic moonroof, leather seats, and Apple Carplay/Android Auto integrated in its 9-inch center touch screen.
Optionally, you can also buy yourself ventilated and massaging seats, Bowers & Wilkins Premium Sound, and air-suspension.
Decide for yourself what you want with Volvo’s configurator, which is now live. Volvo is now accepting orders, though deliveries are only expected to begin in the autumn.
A version of this story originally appeared on Swedespeed
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