Top deals on popular new Volvo SUVs
Volvo is one of the leading automobile brands in the SUV market, know for introducing spacious trim variants. These automobiles are designed with a tough exterior and advanced safety features, providing a smooth and safe ride on all types of terrain. Moreover, the SUV boasts premium interior and seating, ensuring a comfortable ride. The brand also features plug-in hybrid trims in their latest 2021 Volvo car deals. Check out the new 2021 Volvo car deals on the XC90 and XC60.
If you are in the market for a premium SUV, Volvo brings you the latest offers on its stunning 7-seating XC90 range. Built for speed, designed for comfort, and loaded with smart features, XC90 trim variants start at just $49,000. Check out the new 2021 Volvo car deals on the Momentum and Inscription trims on their official website. The XC90 T5 FWD Momentum is available for a monthly installment of $579 for a period of 36 months. For a reasonable purchase APR of 1.99%, you only pay $4,979 as upfront costs to secure the deal. You can alternatively lease the XC90 T6 AWD Momentum Trim for $639/month with an upfront cost of $5,039 at 1.99% APR. Similarly, the Volvo XC90 Recharge Inscription can be leased for just $695/month at the same APR with $5,095 due on purchase. You also get a purchase and loyalty bonus for all three deals.
Need a midsize family car? The five-seating Volvo XC60 offers all the latest luxuries, smart features, and hybrid technology for an affordable price tag. The Hybrid XC60 also has reduced tailpipe emissions and an EPA-friendly rating for fuel-efficiency. The base XC60 T5 FWD Momentum is available for just $41,700. You can lease the SUV for a purchase APR of 1.99% on 36 equal installments set at $445/month. If you prefer the hybrid, the XC60 Recharge Inscription is a slightly more premium option with a lease available for $559/month for a similar APR. While you don’t have to pay a security deposit, there is an upfront lease fee for both the XC60 trims, $4,195 and $4,309, respectively.
Note that lease offers are subject to changes as mentioned in the terms and conditions of the contract.