It’s been a while since Volvo had the last update on its luxurious crossover XC70. Now the timing is perfect for some changes. However, we will see only cosmetic modifications, while highlights of this SUV are the same. Coming as a 2018 Volvo XC70, it will get energy from a 2.0-l 4-cylinder drivetrain. Two gearbox options and similar fuel economy don’t need special attention. The SUV is offering room for 5 persons, but interior suffers update. Infotainment system and safety are going to make the crossover more comfortable. New colors are giving additional options for buyers to make its car more appealing.
2018 Volvo XC70 specs
Experts are sure that 2018 Volvo XC70 will use inline-four drivetrain for another year. This 2.0-l unit is using the turbocharger to reach the output of 250 hp and 260 pound-feet of torque. Buyers will pick either 6-pace auto or 8-speed manual transmission. Other options are AWD and FWD modes. Additionally, the crossover could come with larger displacement. A 3.0-l I-6 can crunch 300 horses. The twin-turbo unit is also capable to deliver 330 lb-ft of torque. The smaller mill is better for the ride since it is more economical. In the city, the 2.0-l engine consumes 13 liters per 100 km. On the highway, this number raises to 10 l/100km.
2018 Volvo XC70 features
The luxurious SUV will be stylish again. There is no doubt in the company that the latest features will be used for XC70. A 3-spoke leather steering wheel is standard on all models. Other nice features are trip computer and seat memory. Aux and CD player are there on all models, while premium trims have a top-level audio system with extra speakers. Other additional features are a backup camera, parking aid, and navigation system. The 2018 Volvo XC70 will add few more color schemes to the exterior.
2018 Volvo XC70 price
The 2018 Volvo XC70 will cost over $43,000. Premium trim levels, with additional features, are going to carry the price tag of more than $50,000. Volvo is offering a 4-year warranty, which is good for about 80,000 miles. The release date is not set yet, but we can expect crossover early in 2018. Experts believe Volvo will do it at some of the biggest car shows in Europe. However, XC is going to compete other luxurious SUVs, such as BMW X6.