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You can find 163 different trims/engines for the Volvo XC90 and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
The years available stretch from 2003 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.
The XC90 is a mid-size SUV that has been produced by Volvo since it was released in 2002. It also represents the largest model in the Swedish company's lineup.
There have been two generations released, with the second one coming to market in 2015.
It comes with a standard 5-door layout, as well as the option of front-wheel or four-wheel drive to allow for better off-road capabilities.
As the largest SUV currently offered by Volvo, it sits above both the XC40 and XC60.
Engine options have been downsized in recent times, similar to the rest of the Volvo lineup. However, the first models had an array of relatively large options. First-generation petrol engines ranged from a turbocharged 2.5-liter to a 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8. Diesel options consisted of two versions of a turbocharged 2.4-liter inline-5.
One of the most significant changes found in the second generation’s powertrains is that all engines were substituted for more efficient 2-liter turbocharged petrol and diesel options.
There is also a mild and plug-in hybrid version paired with these 2-liter Drive-E engines. These hybrid powertrains are offered as either petrol or diesel powered.
Trim levels consist of the base Kinetic, followed by Momentum, Inscription, the sport trim called the R-design and the very premium Excellence. There is also the Polestar version that recently debuted. This features a host of performance upgrades and premium trim.