Volvo XC90 2020 launched in Malaysia from RM373,888

Visit one of the many Volvo dealers around Malaysia this weekend and take a 2020 Volvo XC90 for a test drive and then right after that test drive take a rival model for a test drive to truly appreciate what a great new premium SUV has been delivered by Volvo engineers. With an asking price from RM373k, this XC90’s rivals come from Mercedes-Benz in the form of the GLC 43AMG and the BMW X3 when looking at price. But this XC90 is bigger and with 3 rows of proper seating, so the rivals are more like the Mercedes-Benz GLE 450 which sells for RM638,888 for the 7 seat version and the BMW X5 which retails for RM618,000. Then there is a quiet unassuming Audi Q7 which retails for RM599k.

Looking at the price comparisons alone, this all new Volvo XC90 takes the crown as the best value and best featured vehicle in its segment.

Volvo XC90 T8 drive malaysia

Press RELEASE: Volvo Car Malaysia has announced that the refreshed version of its best-selling XC90 large SUV is available in Malaysia for viewing from November onwards. The Volvo XC90 is the company’s top-of-the-line flagship, that marks the next step in the company’s ambitious electrification strategy.

The refreshed XC90 offers subtle upgrades to the original award-winning exterior design, such as new wheels, exterior colours and a modern new grill, while the superlative and award-winning interior design remains in place.

For the T8 models, the battery capacity has been improved from 10.4kW to 11.6kWh, thus improving the pure electric driving range to up to 50km. On top of that, it is equipped with the redesigned Orrefors crystal electronic gearshift lever.

Volvo XC90 T8 2020 launch

The T5 model sees the inclusion of third-row air conditioning with c-pillar vents, road sign information system (RSI) as well as 4-zone electronic climate control with cooled glove box which previously only available for the T8 model.

Based on Volvo’s own, in-house developed platform, powertrain and safety technology, the 2015 XC90 marked the start of Volvo Car’s transformation. It introduced the new face of the Volvo brand characterised by the Thor’s Hammer headlights, while introducing its new Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) platform.

The world-first technologies and innovations that were launched on Volvo’s other 90 and 60 Series models between 2015 and 2019 have found their way into the XC90 over the intervening years. As a result, Volvo’s top-of-the-line SUV has become more advanced since its introduction, clocking up over 320,000 units sold worldwide – and counting.

Volvo XC90 T8 drive

In terms of active safety technology, the XC90 now offers drivers help with steering on both the City Safety and the Blind Spot Information System. City Safety with Autobrake is still the only system on the market to recognise pedestrians, cyclists and large animals. The Oncoming Lane Mitigation system first introduced on the XC60 is now available on XC90, while the Cross Traffic Alert technology is now equipped with autobrake.

All this, combined with the safety cage that forms the core of the passive safety technology, makes the XC90 one of the safest cars on the road and underlines Volvo Car’s unwavering commitment to developing the safest cars possible.

The fully updated Sensus infotainment system which is unique to Volvo has been a standard feature and compatible with both Apple Carplay and Android Auto as well as being integrated with the Spotify Music streaming service.

The refreshed Volvo XC90 will be priced starting from RM 373,888 (on-the-road, without insurance, inclusive of excise duty and sales tax) and is available for viewing at all authorised Volvo dealers nationwide.

Customers will have the option to choose between five distinct colours: Crystal White Pearl, Denim Blue Metallic, Onyx Black Metallic, Pebble Grey Metallic, and Thunder Grey Metallic


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