Choose Your Seating Configuration with the New 2020 Volvo XC90

A lot of people want the space of a mid-size three-row SUV but don't necessarily need all the seats or maybe value comfort and space over the number of passengers that they can hold. The new 2020 Volvo XC90 gives shoppers the option to choose the seating configuration that they want for their lifestyle.

What's New for the Volvo XC90

The Volvo XC90 has revolutionized the mid-size SUV market by offering San Leandro drivers the opportunity to choose from a six- or seven-seat configuration for the T6 and T8 Momentum and Inscription models. This seating configuration gives you even more versatility within your Volvo. The second and third-row seats can fold flat whether you're carrying cargo or passengers or a combination of the two. All the driver has to do is push a button and the seats will fold down or up within seconds.

Also new to the 2020 Volvo XC90 is the digital driver display and road sign identification now comes standard. The digital driver display and road sign identification allow you to see how fast you're going and compare it with the listed speed limit. And, it also shows you any road hazards that you should be careful of.

Other than a slight refresh on the exterior design and a little increase in EV range for the T8 plug-in hybrid, the 2020 Volvo XC90 remains the same, delivering you the many safety features you need along with handy tech features you crave.

Test Drive the Volvo XC90 at Mckevitt Volvo

What better way to learn more about a vehicle than bringing it out on the streets for a test drive. When you've realized you can't stop thinking about this vehicle, we encourage you to make the short drive down from San Leandro to our Volvo dealership where one of our talented professionals can set you up with a test drive.

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