Paul's Volvo Takes A Look At The 2014 Volvo XC90

When traveling around Hawthorne, Ridgewood, Wyckoff or Paterson, NJ, we at Paul's Volvo suspect that the Volvo XC90 is one of the most commonly seen new Volvo vehicles on the road. With its iconic SUV shape and design, the XC90 seems to embody the spirit of the Swedish automaker with its blend of style, safety, technology and power. New details about the 2014 Volvo XC90 have been released, and after hearing about them, we think you'll agree that the XC90's earned admiration will continue well into the future.

It's visually apparent from the outside as the XC90 has slim, bold, and elegant lines, while keeping the traditional look that we're accustomed to. There will also be an Executive edition that ups the ante for luxury, along with the R-Design, catering to driver-focused character.

Stepping inside, the seven seats are poised and ready to carry the whole family or a big group of friends to the next adventure. Just two traveling with gear? Those same seats can be folded down to create an expansive cargo area. The tailgate can also be divided into upper and lower sections, keeping with a standard Volvo trait: versatility.

All-wheel drive connects the driver's foot to the 3.2-liter 6-cyl. engine and on to the asphalt, pumping out 243 horsepower out of the naturally aspirated power plant. All of this is surrounding by convenience and technology to make the driver safer and more luxurious. This includes features such as Roll Stability Control (RSC), Park Assist Camera, and Volvo On Call with Bluetooth.

In the interest of our readers, we are only scratching the surface of everything the new 2014 Volvo XC90 has to offer New Jersey drivers. Your best bet is to swing by our Hawthorne, NJ showroom. We'd be happy to go over all the details on the 2014 XC90 with you, while also answering any questions about our lineup you might have, along with arranging a test drive in the vehicle that grabs your attention.

Categories: New Inventory, Volvo, Tech, Models


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