Yesterday the Wall Street Journey reported some preliminary information about how much Volvo is asking for its newest flagship SUV, a wide range from $65,000 to a whopping $135,000. Here are original quotes from the WSJ article:
“Priced in the $65,000–$135,000 range, with a sticker rivaling that of BMW’s X5 and Volkswagen’s Audi Q7”
You can also view the full report on WSJ website:
While we do not know what trim of the XC90 will be offered as the base model in the US market, we are quite sure that the $135,000 price will be a fully-loaded, ultra-luxury XC90 T8 plug-in hybrid, equipped with a turbo+supercharged gas engine for front axle and another electric motor for the rear axle, with combined power of 400hp and 472 lb-ft torque.
Of course this pricing info is not fully confirmed by Volvo, but from my point of view, $65,000 for a XC90 sounds OK; but I am really skeptical that how many people are willing to buy a $135,000 XC90.