With US buyers preferring crossovers and SUVs, it comes as no surprise that there are only two Volvo sedans for sale in America at present. Notably, though, Volvo offers AWD for both vehicles, as well as plug-in hybrid derivatives. Coupled with the brand’s reputation for design excellence and safety, these cars offer buyers all-weather capability with a sense of security, an eco-friendly nature, and a plush, opulent ride.
This is a list of the Volvo sedan models currently for sale in the USA:
|Volvo S40||227 hp||2.5L Turbo Inline-5 Gas||$27,750|
|Volvo S60||247 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$41,300|
|Volvo S80||240 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$43,450|
|Volvo S90||295 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$57,000|
|Volvo S60 Recharge||400 hp||2.0L Twincharged Inline-4 Plug-in Hybrid||$47,650|
|Volvo S60 Hybrid||400 hp||2.0L Twincharged Inline-4 Plug-in Hybrid||$55,400|
|Volvo S60 Polestar||362 hp||2.0L Twincharged Inline-4 Gas||$60,000|
|Volvo S60 Cross Country||240 hp||2.0L Turbo Inline-4 Gas||$44,350|
|Volvo S90 Recharge||400 hp||2.0L Twincharged Inline-4 Plug-in Hybrid||$61,050|
|Volvo S90 Hybrid||400 hp||2.0L Twincharged Inline-4 Plug-in Hybrid||$63,200|
Sedans are not as popular as they once were in America, but luxury models remain desirable for their high levels of comfort and ease of driving. However, Volvo sedan models face heavy competition from other European brands and, more recently, from premium Japanese and Korean automakers. So, what does the Swedish brand do to prove its superiority?