Second Generation XC90
1 Aug 2015
VOLVO’S XC90 sat nicely between the large SUV segment, well underneath the German prestige brands but a little north of the more expensive mainstream models. It had seven seats, a reputation for safety, handsome looks and a European badge – and it sold well as a result.
The first all-new vehicle developed under Chinese parent company Geely, the seven-seat XC90 came 12 years after the release of the first-generation model, which sold 15,117 units in Australia, making it the local arm’s most successful models of recent times.
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