Volvo announces prices for the full 2024 lineup

Volvo announces prices for the full 2024 lineup

Volvo’s well-earned reputation for safety dates back to the last century. In the 21st century, the brand is looking to build on this by becoming a leader in electric and all-electric vehicles. The company has announced pricing for the entire 2024 lineup, and there isn’t a sedan or SUV on the list that isn’t at least available as a hybrid (all prices include destination charges).

Related: The 2023-24 Volvo XC60s earns a Top Safety Pick award


C40 recharge

The top-tier C40 is mechanically identical to the brand’s XC40 Recharge. It’s only available as all-electric, with no gas-powered offerings. Like the XC40 Recharge, the C40 is available with either a single 248-hp engine at the rear axle or a 402-hp engine at either end. EPA-estimated range is 297 miles for single motor or 257 miles for dual motor.

  • One engine to recharge the C40: $54,695
  • Dual Motor Recharge C40: $56,445


The compact XC40 is powered by a 247-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and a 48-volt hybrid system. It’s paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission driving all four wheels. The electric XC40 Recharge gets either a single 248-hp motor on the rear axle or a pair of motors powering both axles for a total of 402 hp. The single-motor XC40 is good for up to 293 miles, according to the EPA, while the dual-motor version will drain its battery pack in 254 miles.

  • XC40: $41,295
  • Recharging the XC40: $53,645
  • Dual motor rechargeable XC40: $55,395


Another SUV with a history dating back to the time when internal combustion engines ruled the Earth, the midsize XC60 is still available with a gas stove. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine produces 247 horsepower and is supported by a 48-volt hybrid system. All XC60s are all-wheel drive. The XC60 Recharge plug-in hybrid adds a pair of electric motors that boost output to a total of 455 horsepower. For 2024, the XC60 also gets a new Black Edition option.

  • XC60: $47,645
  • Recharging the XC60: $59,095


Transfer the XC60’s engines to a three-row SUV chassis that seats up to seven people, and you get the XC90. Its 2.0-liter turbocharged four makes 247 hp in the B5, or with a supercharger plus turbo, 295 hp in the B6. The XC90 Recharge adds two electric motors for a total system output of 455 horsepower. All versions get an eight-speed automatic transmission that sends power to all four wheels.

  • XC90: $57,195
  • Recharging the XC90: $73,095



The compact S60 is a comfortable and stylish luxury sedan. Without hybrid assistance, its 247-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine can be used with front- or all-wheel drive. Add to that the S60 Recharge’s hybrid equipment, and you have a 455-hp, all-wheel-drive sedan that can get up to 41 miles on electricity alone.

  • S60: $43,095
  • Recharge S60: $53,045


The S90 has the typical influences of mid- and full-size luxury sedans, combining a turbo- And A 2.0-liter four-cylinder with a mild hybrid system makes 295 horsepower or a plug-in for 455 horsepower. All S90s have AWD, while the S90 Recharge has an electric range of up to 38 miles.

  • S90: $58,795
  • Recharge S90: $66,745

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The only way to sell a station wagon to Americans anymore is to disguise it as a crossover or market it to a weird niche of performance nerds who like fast wagons; Volvo has both ranges covered with the V60. In Cross Country trim, the V60 is powered by a 247-hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine, sits slightly higher than the S60 sedan and wears plastic lower-body cladding to improve appearance. If you’re not a fan of the semi-crossover vibe, your only option is the 455-hp V60 Recharge, which can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just over 4 seconds and has an electric range of up to 41 miles.

  • V60 Cross Country: $50,845
  • Recharge V60: $72,345


Is it too much to ask Volvo to build a station wagon bigger than the V60 Recharge? Yes yes it is. The V90’s only available powertrain is a 295-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder hybrid with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. Since it’s not a stealth performance stroller, it has a higher ride height and a black plastic bottom.

  • V90 Cross Country: $60,245

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