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£50,450 when new
What’s this, then? The new Volvo XC90, traditionally the official car of middle-class Cotswold families. That said, prices are no longer for the squeezed middle, as the XC90 has moved up a level. But as we’ll see it has worked hard to justify the increase: the second-gen XC90 isn’t new as in ‘somewhat updated’. It’s new as in ‘all-new’. How so? An all-new platform, which has all-new suspension, electrics and driver interface. Even, if you look closely, a redesigned Volvo badge. And-new powertrains. It still looks like a vast family wagon to me.