Although Volvo has always focused on safety, lately the brand's cars have also prioritized style inside and out.
Least Expensive: Volvo's subcompact XC40 SUV brings plenty of style, safety, and practicality at a starting point of around $35,000.
Most Expensive: The three-row XC90 remains Volvo's priciest model, and it features one of the most sumptuous luxury SUV interiors in the Inscription trim. With a T8 plug-in hybrid powertrain, prices start in the mid-$70,000 range.
Most Popular: Volvo's three SUVs—the XC40, XC60, and XC90—make up most of the Swedish brand's sales volume, with the XC90 leading in volume.
Best Fuel Economy: Volvo's plug-in hybrids blend efficiency and a lot of power, though we aren't fans of brake feel on these models. The S60 T8 sedan and V60 T8 wagon are EPA-rated at 69 mpg-e, with a 22-mile electric range before the gas engine turns on.