Thursday, September 24, 2009

Why 3 XCs?

At a recent car show we sponsored, we got a question from someone who was wondering why there are several XC models. Good question, here's the answer...
The entry level XC model is the all-new Volvo XC60, the only crossover that will stop-itself, with the standard "CitySafety" driver-aid. This model is smaller then the traditional SUV, so it is more economical (27 miles per gallon with the XC60 3.2 FWD), but yet still offers plenty of utility with class-leading Cargo space.

The XC70 (or Cross Country) has been around for over 10 years, and is the traditional Volvo...the space of a wagon, the drive-ability of a sedan, and the luxury of a flagship model.
The XC70 is standard with all-wheel-drive and a choice of an inline-six cylinder engine or turbocharged T6 engine.

The XC90 is our SUV, which is standard with 7 passenger seating (not available on the XC60 or XC70). The XC90 is a popular model due to its all-weather ability in both 6 cylinder and V8 versions. With a lot of standard features, the XC90 also offers a great value.

There you have it...3 different XCs with 3 different roles. Don't be too surprised if you see a future XC model a few years down the road ;)

But for now, you can find any 2010 Volvo XC60, XC70, or XC90 with SAFE AND SOUND Coverage (5 Year/60,000 mile warranty, wear & tear coverage, Complimentary Factory Scheduled Maintenance) this month at Lehman Volvo in York or Lehman Volvo in Mechanicsburg.

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