Which of the stunning Swedish SUVs should you drive home?
Volvo has made great progress since reinventing its range five years ago. Its new reputation for stylish, high-performance cars and SUVs propelled the Swedish brand to the top of many buyers.
In its notable start, the XC90 luxury midsize SUV quickly became a family favorite due to its smooth ride, attractive Scandinavian design, and spacious cabin. The XC60, which ranks first in the luxury compact SUV rating, quickly followed suit.
Every SUV comes with booster seats, premium materials, and a wide range of technologies and safety features. Both models also offer the same choice of three heavy-duty engines. With so many similarities, how do you choose the one that works best for you?
We compared the XC60 and XC90 across several categories – including safety, acceleration, fuel economy, reliability and more – to help you choose the right model for you. Please note that reviews and information on our review pages may change as new information becomes available, so the data in this article may not match our most recent reviews.
Read on to learn more about these two Swedish languages and decide which one best suits your needs.
Winner: Volvo XC60 2020
The XC60 is available in four versions: Momentum, R-Design, Inscription and Polestar Engineered. The Momentum starts at $ 40,150, which is a typical starting price for a luxury compact SUV. The R-Design and Inscription editions start at $ 46,850 and $ 47,150, respectively. The limited-edition model, the XC60 Polestar Engineered, starts at $ 69,500.
Price of the XC90, which comes in three models, starts at $ 48,350 for the Momentum. R-Design starts at $ 56,100 and Registration starts at $ 62,600. The XC90 is priced lower than many of the mid-size luxury SUV competitors.