Driver's Notebook

Explore Volvo’s Newest Hybrids, like the XC90, at Sill-TerHar Motors

Article by Jessica Mordacq

Photography by Courtesy of Sill-TerHar Motors

Originally published in Boulder Lifestyle

Volvo’s lineup of hybrids reflects the brand’s classic design and styling, and the 2024 XC90 is no exception. 

Its interior is inspired by contemporary Scandinavian design, full of wood, leather, crystal and wool blend upholstery. The standard hybrid XC90 has up to 295 horsepower and gets around 24 miles per gallon.  It can go zero to 60 miles per hour in just over six seconds. This model doesn’t require a plug-in, storing energy from breaking in a 48-volt battery to reduce both emissions and fuel consumption.

The XC60, a mild hybrid that also doesn’t require a plug-in, boasts similar acceleration and fuel economy with 247 horsepower. The XC90 Recharge plug-in hybrid has 455 horsepower and 58 miles per gallon. It gets an electric range of up to 32 miles and can go zero to 60 miles per hour in just five seconds. 

The XC90 has all-wheel drive and has been refined for smoother driving and acceleration. The car’s air suspension enhances stability and adjusts your ride height, resulting in maximum energy efficiency. Whether you take it on city streets or the highway, this model’s iconic Thor’s Hammer LED headlights will light your way. 

This model comes with a range of cabin seating options, from six or seven seats, which boast both ventilation and ten-point massage. The XC90’s infotainment system features Google apps that offer personalization and connectivity through hands-free assistance and navigation. And for superior air quality, a purification system prevents hazardous particles from entering the interior and allows for monitoring outdoor particle and pollen levels. 

The XC90 starts at $57,000. Test drive one today at Sill-TerHar Motors, 150 Alter Street in Broomfield. 

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