Volvo Cars of North America has disclosed pricing for its 2014 model year lineup, which boasts of new designs, new support systems and upgraded features. Volvo’s 2014 model year lineup for North America underscores the carmaker’s commitment to offer outstanding value across its full range of vehicle offerings.
Volvo is now offering a number of engine choices for North America: a T5 engine that provides 250 horsepower; a 3.2-liter naturally aspirated six-cylinder powerplant that returns 240 horsepower; and a turbocharged T6 the belts out 300 horsepower.
The carmaker also offers a six-cylinder 3.0-liter turbocharged engine that could provide up to 325 horsepower of output and a stout 354 lb.-ft. of torque.
Volvo’s 2014 S60 lineup has a starting price of $32,400 for the FWD T5, and a base tag of $39,250 for T6 AWD. The AWD with Instant Traction could be availed on the S60 T5, and could be installed as a stand-alone option, for just $2,000.
Coming as standard for the S60 T6 AWD is new sport package that includes sport seats, paddle shifters, 18-inch titania alloy wheels and dynamic chassis.
The package could be availed as an option for the T5. The S60 T6 R-Design has a starting price of $42,700. The XC60 now dons new hood, front fenders and fascia that give it a wider and more assertive looks, complemented by a redesigned headlights and a new grille that sports a larger Volvo Ironmark.
The 3.2 FWD XC60 has a starting price of $34,850 while the XC60 T6 AWD has a base tag of $39,250. The XC60 R-Design starts at $45,800. The Volvo XC70 features a redesigned front and rear styling – boasting of a new grille, a larger Iron mark and LED daytime running lights as well as updated front and rear matte silver décor trim, rear skid plate décor and new taillight design. The 3.2 FWD XC70 has starting price of $34,500 while the T6 AWD XC70 $40,950. The 3.2 FWD S80, meanwhile, has a base price of $39,900 while T6 AWD S80 has a starting tag of $43,950. [source: Volvo]