has increased the prices of its select range of SUVs and sedan by upto 4 percent, effective April 19. As is the case usually, the automaker has attributed the hike to rising input and operating costs.
- XC90 sees the highest price mark-up of Rs 3 lakh
- S90 sees the lowest price increase of Rs 1 lakh
- Prices of the XC90 Recharge and S60 Inscription remain the same
Volvo variant-wise price breakup
All Volvo SUVs – XC40
– as well as the S90
sedan now see a price rise between Rs 1 lakh-3 lakh. The XC60 sees a 4 percent hike, which equates to Rs 2.4 lakh. Similarly, the S90’s price has gone up by 2 percent – about Rs 1 lakh.
Incidentally, the S90 and the XC60 now cost the same after the hike – Rs 65.90 lakh. The XC40 and XC90 share the same 3 percent price increment that equals to Rs 1.25 lakh and Rs 3 lakh, respectively. Therefore, the new prices of the two SUVs are Rs 44.50 lakh and Rs 93.90 lakh, respectively.
|Volvo Car Prices (Ex-showroom, India) Hike; April 2022|
|Volvo Model variant||New price||Old price||Difference|
|XC40 T4 R-Design||Rs 44.50 lakh||Rs 43.25 lakh||Rs 1.25 lakh|
|XC60 B5 Inscription||Rs 65.90 lakh||Rs 63.50 lakh||Rs 2.4 lakh|
|S90 B5 Inscription||Rs 65.90 lakh||Rs 64.90 lakh||Rs 1 lakh|
|XC90 B6 Inscription||Rs 93.90 lakh||Rs 90.90 lakh||Rs 3 lakh|
Volvo’s upcoming plans for India
Volvo has pushed forward with its electrification plans by updating the XC60, S90 and XC90 with petrol mild-hybrid powertrains. Volvo will soon launch its first EV, the recently showcased XC40 Recharge
, in India and aims to introduce one new EV every year.