2015 Volvo XC90 US Pricing: from $65,000 to $135,000

Although there are plently of detailed information regarding the redesigned 2015 Volvo XC90 (which we have covered here, here and here), as of last week we have not seen any news about the MSRP.

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:

Volvo to Release First Model Revamped Under Chinese Ownership – XC90 SUV to Test Whether Company Can Compete with Germany’s Luxury-Auto Makers

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.

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