Volvo's large XC90 SUV was completely renewed in 2015, and is the first car to be built on a brand new platform funded by its new owners, Chinese giant Geely.
The same platform will underpin all of Volvo's new generation, including its XC60 SUV and V70 wagon. The XC90 boasts a super modern interior and category-leading safety features like seat bases designed to better protect occupants if the car should run off the road into a ditch.
Locally, the seven-seat SUV is sold in all-wheel drive guise only, the XC90 D5 Momentum (awd) comes with a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine, backed by an eight-speed automatic transmission that starts off at $89,990. A petrol engine and hybrid are also offered, with the XC90 T8 Recharge Phev (awd) topping the range at $114,990.