Many premium class cars provide the latest innovations in their products. Not infrequently the innovation they provide makes the car become more expensive than the previous version or type. As the XC90 revolutionized the premium SUV market when it was launched in 2011. Early mass production at the Volvo Torslanda plant in Gothenburg, Sweden. Equipped with a modern design, powerful engine, Roll-Over Protection System (ROPS), and seven-seat capability with up to 64 seating configurations, it quickly became one of the best of Volvo.
Obtain quality upgrades, desires and performance. The Volvo XC90 features an elegant exterior style and a more luxurious interior. It is possible to sit comfortably in the premium SUV sector. The Volvo XC90 is available in Active and SE levels (D5 only), Lux SE, R-Design and Executive, all offering high standard specifications compared to most other premium brand competitors.
Environmentally friendly is another foundation stone of all Volvo and XC90 are no different. The D5 Geartronic engine was re-homologized in 2008 so the CO2 number dropped from 239g / km to 224g / km. This means that the D5 and Geartronic manuals are below the key threshold for Vehicle Customs. Volvo XC90 maintains the environment in the passenger compartment further and reduces the risk of allergic related problems with Electronic Climate Control (ECC) with an automatic Air Quality System (AQS).
The Volvo XC90 is available with a choice of two high-performance engines – one diesel, D5 185 PS, and one gasoline, 3.2 243 PS, – both produce a lot of power and torque from low engine speeds and through the middle range for maximum flexibility and driving pleasure.
The Volvo XC90 features AWD (All Wheel Drive) with Instant TractionTM, with an electronic Haldex clutch system to maximize traction between the front and rear axles, but despite substantial off-road capabilities, it is easy, responsive and satisfying to drive like what even. Volvo saloon model or ordinary estate.
To optimize safety on the Volvo XC90 and, in particular, reduce roll-over risk, Volvo has been equipped as a standard Roll-Over Protection System (ROPS) with Roll Stability Control (RSC) technology. It uses a gyro sensor to register car roll speeds and roll angles to instantly calculate terminal angles and roll-over risks, and automatically activate the DSTC (Dynamic Stability and Traction Control) anti-skid system, if needed, to help drivers maintain control.
For added protection, Volvo also strengthens the XC90 roof structure with very tough Boron steel, which is four to five times stronger than normal steel. In addition, the side of the Inflatable Curtain (IC) protects all three rows of seats and has been designed to keep increasing if there are multiple roll-overs, and to help keep occupants in the vehicle. As you would expect, Volvo XC90 scores are very high in various international safety ratings, including pedestrian protection test ratings.
Gallery of 2011 Volvo XC90 Engine Options With Different Price
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