The Volvo XC90 looks set for a potential record breaking sales year in its eighth year of production. With sales currently standing at 6,686 units to the end of November 2010 is turning out to be another strong year for the large SUV as it bucks the trend and outsells its BMW, Audi, Mercedes Benz, VW and Lexus competitors.
The Volvo XC90 has always been a sales success for Volvo, with its seven seat interior, class-leading safety and strong residual values. It has been at the top on many buyers lists since its launch and with the recent announcement of the new D5 engine with 200PS, available to order now and priced from £34,040 on the road for the Active to £43,275 on the road for the Executive, sales are set to continue in the same positive manner. The Volvo XC90 is available with five different trim levels and are fitted with all-wheel-drive and seven seats as standard.
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