A mid-model refresh for 2007, the XC90 is a four-door up-to-seven-passenger luxury SUV offered with a 3.2-liter I6 that produces 235 horsepower, or the 4.4-liter V8 that puts out 311 horsepower (also offered in sport trim). A six-speed automatic transmission comes standard on all models.Read more Read less
Volvo changed the engine lineup in the XC90 for 2007. Instead of offering a version of the long-running turbo-charged 2.5L, a 3.2L inline-six that generates 235 horsepower is now standard. This engine is available with either front- or all-wheel drive, and it is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission. The same 4.4L V8 that first appeared on the 2004 XC90 continues to be optional with all-wheel drive. In addition, the XC90's exterior has been mildly reworked. An optional blind spot information system enhances the safety level of one of the safest SUVs on the road.
Safety incarnate; available AWD; luxury interior.
The 2007 Volvo XC90 is the SUV for safety-conscious buyers. ABS, stability and traction controls, roll stability control, air bags all around, and whiplash protection are only a smattering of the many standard safety items found on each XC90. A new 3.2L six-cylinder engine and a 311-horsepower V8 ensure that Volvo's SUV isn't a one-trick pony, either.
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