Discover the Volvo SUV range

Explore our range of luxury 5- and 7-seater SUVs.

Compare Volvo SUVs

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fully electric
Purchase from R 775 900* MSRP

Small, 5 seats

994 x 623 x 713

15.7 kWh/100 km / up to 480 km


pure electric

Spacious, 7 seats

1130 x 862 x 1276

20.7 kWh/100km / up to 600 km

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XC40 Recharge

pure electric
Purchase from R 1 108 000 MSRP

Compact, 5 seats

1004 x 746 x 887

+400km (electric)

XC90 Recharge

plug-in hybrid
Purchase from R 1 713 000 MSRP

Spacious, 6 to 7 seats

1130 x 889 x 1040

77 km(electric); 2.5-3.3 ltr/100km

XC60 Recharge

plug-in hybrid
Purchase from R 1 314 000 MSRP

Medium, 5 seats

1055 x 776 x 960

81km(electric); 2.3-2.9 ltr/100km


Purchase from R 1 352 000 MSRP

Spacious, 6 to 7 seats

1130 x 889 x 1040

6.4-7.5 ltr/100km


Purchase from R 987 000 MSRP

Medium, 5 seats

1055 x 776 x 960

8.3-9.6 ltr/100km


Purchase from R 699 000 MSRP

Compact, 5 seats

1004 x 746 x 887

7.7-8.2 ltr/100km

* Please note that this is an indicative price which may be subject to changes prior to delivery of the car due to factors beyond our control such as increased taxes, fees, interest rates, currency fluctuations etc. You will be notified of any changes and can cancel any time before delivery.

** The figures are preliminary and derive from estimates and calculations performed by Volvo Cars and these outcomes are not guaranteed. The driving range and energy consumption under real conditions vary depending on driving behaviour and other external factors. Charging times can vary and are dependent on factors such as outdoor temperature, battery temperature, charging equipment, battery condition and car condition. Vehicle certification pending.

Fully electric Volvo SUVs

Enjoy the smooth driving experience and minimalistic design of a fully electric Volvo SUV.

Plug-in hybrid Volvo SUVs

Embrace electric driving with a back-up plan in a plug-in hybrid Volvo SUV.

Charging your Volvo

Enjoy more electric miles and help reduce running costs with our at-home and public charging offers.

Higher ride height

The high ground clearance of our SUVs helps improve visibility of the road. An elevated ride height can also help make you and your loved ones feel safer and more comfortable on any terrain.

Refined handling

Our fully electric and hybrid SUVs deliver versatility without sacrificing driving experience. Enjoy smooth acceleration and power at all speeds, plus the added traction and stability of all-wheel drive (AWD).

Safer towing

Make more of your SUV’s towing capacity with Trailer Stability Assist and other technologies designed to help you manoeuvre in tricky conditions and feel more confident towing.

SUV performance in style.

Bird's-eye view of a Volvo SUV towing a white trailer along a leafy road on a sunny day.

Epic road trips. Impromptu outings. A quick run to the shops. SUVs should be versatile. Our fully electric and hybrid SUVs do versatility in style.

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SUV safety features

We’ve pioneered safety innovations for over 95 years. Discover the safety features available in our fully electric and hybrid luxury SUVs.

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SUV accessories

Volvo accessories are designed to amplify the style, comfort and versatility of your fully electric or hybrid SUV. Find what you’re looking for.

Learn more about our fully electric and hybrid SUVs.

Our small, compact and midsize SUV cabins have two rows of seats for five adult passengers. Our largest SUV cabins have three rows of seats for seven adult passengers.

Yes, our fully electric EX90, plug-in hybrid XC90 and mild hybrid XC90 can be specified with three rows of seats for seven adult passengers.

In our range of fully electric and hybrid SUVs, the seven-seater Volvo EX90 has the largest boot space with up to 655 litres of space. The XC90 has the next largest cargo capacity with up to 640 litres. Discover more about carrying capacity on the specifications page for the Volvo SUV you’re interested in.

Some Volvo SUVs are AWD as standard. Where it’s not standard, AWD can be specified. Discover more on the specifications page for the Volvo SUV you’re interested in.

With Google built-in, Google Assistant makes it easy to call or text friends, set reminders and change the temperature in the car. Use Google Maps to get the information you need on your drive, including live traffic updates, reminders and proactive alerts. And use Google Play to download your favourite music, podcasts, audiobooks and more.*

*Google services are enabled through the Digital services package which is included for four years. After this period ends, new terms and fees will apply if you choose to renew.

Yes, Apple CarPlay is standard in fully electric, plug-in hybrid and mild hybrid Volvo SUVs.*

*Apple CarPlay can only be used in combination with iPhone model 5 or later. Apple CarPlay and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc.

The fuel consumption of your Volvo mild hybrid SUV depends on the model, your driving style and other factors. Discover more on the specifications page for the Volvo SUV you’re interested in.

Yes. For some models, a roof mounted bicycle holder is available. You can also choose a towbar mounted bicycle holder. View the accessories available in your market .

SUV stands for sport utility vehicle.

A crossover combines the features of a car and an SUV. Their car-like platform can make crossovers more energy-efficient and easier to handle than larger SUVs. Crossovers typically have lower ground clearance, too. This makes them more suitable for city driving and some more challenging terrains.

Midsize and large SUVs generally are taller and more upright. They have higher ground clearance, making them more versatile. Compared to crossovers, they can also carry more passengers and cargo.

MPVs (multi-purpose vehicles) and MUVs (multi-utility vehicles) are designed to carry more passengers and cargo than regular cars. The main difference is that MPVs are usually built on a car-like platform and have a more car-like driving experience. MUVs are built on a truck-like platform with the handling of a large vehicle.

SUVs (sports utility vehicles) can be bigger than both MPVs and MUVs and they have a higher ground clearance. This makes them more suitable for driving on a wider variety of terrains. SUVs also carry more passengers and cargo than regular cars but tend to have less carrying capacity than MPVs and MUVs.

The main difference between hatchbacks and SUVs is size and how they’re used. Hatchback cars are smaller and carry up to five passengers, which makes them suitable for city driving. They feature a rear door that opens upwards to access a boxy cargo area.

SUVs are larger cars designed for driving on a wider range of terrains. They typically have a higher ground clearance and more space for passengers and cargo.

All Volvo SUVs are automatic, except the XC40 mild hybrid. A manual gearbox is available for that SUV.

Features may not be available in all markets and will not be standard in all markets or for all models.

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