2015 Volvo XC90 could plug-in with PHEV version
Volvo appears to be buoyed by the results of the V60 plug-in diesel-hybrid, whose European sales have been better than expected. Still, in an attempt to better appeal to Americans, Volvo decided to move away from the diesel component in favor of the gas-powered PHEV for the XC90 late last year. The company will sacrifice about five percent in fuel economy compared to the diesel, though the model will still be fuel-thrifty, as the diesel PHEV gets about 120 miles per gallon on the more lenient European driving cycle test.
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