Volvo XC90 T8 Plug-In Hybrid To Start At $68,100 Before $4,600 Tax Credit
If you are on the lookout for a three-row crossover which has an electric range then the 2016 Volvo XC90 T8 Twin Engine Plug-In Hybrid will be the perfect car for you. That said there is only one downfall and that is the price. In order for you to get one of these monsters you should prepare yourself to pay a huge sum of money.
The Volvo XC90 will cost you a cool $68,100 excluding a destination charge fee of $995 and an additional federal tax incentive of around $4,600, the car maker announced on Thursday. If you would like to go for their R-Design model then you will have to pay an extra $2,900 (that is $70,000) and its luxurious inscription trim, you will be required to pay up an additional $4,500 (that is $71,600).
If we are to compare it with the XC90 T6 AWD model, you will see that Volvo’s XC90 T8 version is a bit expensive. The XC90 T6 goes for $49,000. That said it is good to note that the T6 version come without LED running lights as well as Orrefors crystal gear level.
Other incentives are set to vary depending on the state where you reside in. For instance, In California the XC90 T8 could qualify for a rebate for only $1,500 which is similar to what other plug-ins get.
Despite the expenses which are associated with this car, the Volvo XC90 T8 Plug-In is without a doubt in a class of its own when it comes to a three-row crossover which has an electric only range. According to Volvo the preliminary EPA testing indicates that the EV ranges at 17 miles.