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Volvo Announces Pricing on 2014 Lineup

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Volvo announced pricing this week for its 2014 lineup, across which exterior updates and technological enhancements have been made. Powertrains carry over from the previous year and include the 250-horsepower T5; 240-hp, 3.2-liter six-cylinder; 300-hp, turbocharged T6; and the Swedish automaker’s most powerful engine, the turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder, which makes 325 hp and 354 pounds-feet of torque. Click on each of the models for details on what’s changed for 2014 on the S60 sedan, S80 sedan, XC70 wagon and XC60 compact SUV; the XC90 SUV continues virtually unchanged.

New offerings for the 2014 model year include the Adaptive Digital TFT Display instrument cluster that allows drivers to choose between three themes — Elegance, Eco and Performance — all with different configurations and functionality, Volvo stated. New paddle shifters, coupled with the automaker’s Advanced Quick Shift transmission-optimization software, are said to improve the speed of each gear change, increasing zero-to-60-mph times by as much as 0.4 seconds on some models. Safety equipment debuting for 2014 includes pedestrian and cyclist detection with full auto brake, cross-traffic alert and a new radar-based blind spot monitoring system.

Volvo’s 2014 lineup is on sale now. Pricing, including a $915 destination charge, is as follows:

  • The S60 starts at $33,315 for the T5 model and goes up to $46,615 for the T6 RD Platinum model.
  • The S80 starts at $40,815 for the 3.2-liter with front-wheel drive and goes up to $49,065 for the T6 Platinum version.
  • The XC70 starts at $35,415 for the 3.2-liter with front-wheel drive and goes up to $46,565 for the T6 Platinum model.
  • The XC60 starts at $35,765 for the 3.2-liter with front-wheel drive and goes up to $50,715 for the T6 RD Platinum version.
  • The XC90 starts at $40,615 for the 3.2-liter with front-wheel drive and goes up to $46,315 for the 3.2-liter RD Platinum model.

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