Volvo Releases Pricing For Refreshed 2021 V90 And S90 Models
The S90 plug-in hybrid gets a $3150 price drop and refreshed styling.
1. 2021 brings updated styling, equipment, pricing, and names for the Volvo V90, V90 Cross Country and S90 models.
2. The S90 plug-in hybrid gets a price cut, base models now cost a bit more.
3. These 2021 models are currently in dealerships.
Volvo has released the pricing for 2021 V90, V90 Cross Country, and S90 models. All listed models receive slightly updated styling, a few equipment additions, and a price increase on base models. Other changes include the S90 plug-in hybrid's sudden name change - it should now be referred to as the Recharge, rather than the T8.
Each V90, V90 Cross Country, and S90 base models start $350-$1000 higher, the S90 starts at $52,545, the V90 at $52,795, and the V90 Cross Country, which comes standard with all wheel drive, starts at $55,895. The newly named S90 Recharge (Plug-in hybrid) now starts at $61,045, which is $3150 less than the previous T8 model.
Volvo remains one of the few brands to offer wagons in the U.S, and it doesn't seem as though that's changing any time soon. 2021 brings a nice price cut for the S90 Recharge, and the price increase on base models is expectable.