Buyer's Guide


With help from parent company Geely, Volvo is ready to fight Mercedes-Benz, BMW, and Audi with a lineup of luxury vehicles that look spectacular and still offer the safety technology consumers expect of the brand. Volvo's lineup not only includes great sedans and wagons, but also SUVs and the S60 and V60 performance cars.

Least Expensive: The Volvo S60 is the Swedish manufacturer's entry-level luxury sports sedan. With all the safety and security Volvo is known for, the S60 starts under $35,000.

Sportiest: An upgraded suspension, forged wheels, a brilliant all-wheel drive system, and around 350 horsepower all provide the Volvo S60 Polestar and V60 Polestar with more sporting credentials than your average Volvo.

Popular: The Volvo XC90 is not only the automaker's most expensive model (in certain trims), but also its most popular. The three-row SUV accounts for a huge portion of Volvo's overall U.S. sales.

Most Expensive: Customers looking for a Range Rover competitor should consider the Volvo XC90 Excellence. Some may balk at the trim's over-$100,000 base price before they take a look inside, with four spacious seats and many rewarding details.

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