Volvo has announced the pricing of the all-new 2018 XC60, which is now available for order through the automaker’s websites, with U.S. deliveries begging this fall.
A larger offering than other compact crossovers, the 2018 Volvo XC60 features three different engines that correspond to trim levels; the XC60 T5 turbocharged four-cylinder produces 250 hp, the XC60 T6 turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder producing 316 hp, and the XC60 T8 Twin Engine Electric Plug-In Hybrid producing 400 hp.
As for pricing, the XC60 T5 starts at $41,500, the XC60 T6 starting at $44,900, and finally, the most expensive of the trio of trims, the XC60 T8 will start at $52,900 (Update: $995 destination fee not included in the prices.)
All XC60s will come standard with a host of exclusive equipment such as, panoramic moonroof, leather seats, “Thor’s Hammer” LED headlamps, and both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
In terms of safety equipment, all XC60s will also feature lane keeping aid, and oncoming land mitigation. Blind spot information system which now uses the company’s steer assist functionality is an option.
Customers will also be able to option their XC60s with Nappa leather seats with ventilation, heating, and massage functions, and a four-corner air suspension that gives the XC60 a softer ride. In addition, it offers a premium Bowers & Wilkins sound system, which is one of the best in the industry in our opinion.
Volvo has stated that with this announcement, the company has opened up its order books, letting customers configure their personal XC60s on its website and putting down a deposit for the upcoming compact crossover SUV.