The XC90 arrived at showroom floors in 2003, offering a compact and sleek, luxury SUV that boasted a long list of safety features and desirable creature comforts. In 2004, the wheels and the tires were upgraded and a new color option, Ice White, was added. No changes occurred in 2005. But in 2006, Volvo discontinued the turbocharged inline six engine. An all-wheel-drive system was introduced as was the Ocean Race Edition V8 model. The 2007 XC90 got an updated exterior body style, with a tire-pressure monitoring system and an MP3 player input jack added as standard features.
An auto-dimming rearview mirror was added as a standard feature in 2008, with a Special Edition trim debuting. In 2009, the V8 Sport model was dropped from the lineup, with some tweaks being made to trim levels. Standard third-row seats, smoother handling and the addition rear parking assist rounded out the updates for 2010. Bluetooth integration and satellite radio were made standard in 2011. The popular V8 engine was dropped in 2012, with minor updates to trim levels. LED running lights and tail lamps, an updated interior cabin and a slightly refreshed exterior marked the only changes for 2013-2014.
Now available with a third row of seating and a 4.4L V8, the 2005 Volvo XC90 is a full-size SUV that has optional seating for up to seven passengers and is fully outfitted with top-notch safety equipment.
The first ever SUV from Volvo, the 2004 Volvo XC90 is a mid-size sport utility vehicle with an optional 3rd row of seating which allows for up to seven passengers, and a choice between turbocharged engines.
The 2003 Volvo XC90 is a sport utility vehicle that can seat up to five passengers and comes very well-equipped with state-of-the-art safety equipment which includes HID headlights and traction control.