Volvo SUVs Discover the Volvo SUV range and compare new, used and leasing deals

Volvo offers a wide range of SUV models in its line-up, so buyers should have no problem in scratching that itch for a safe, well-designed car. While the cars outwardly have a similar look, underscored by Scandi design principles, you can buy a Volvo SUV from small to large, with electric or conventional petrol or diesel engines. Plus, of course, they all come with the safety technology that Volvo is justifiably famous for.

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Volvo SUV range: current models

You can usually tell the SUVs from other model types in Volvo’s line-up because their names will start with XC – although pure electric models are now adopting the EX prefix and the Volvo C40 Recharge is the first coupé-style SUV.

Volvo XC40

The Volvo XC40 is a stylish SUV that brings cool Scandinavian styling – inside and out – and a wide range of engine options including mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid.

Volvo XC40 Recharge

The all-electric XC40 Recharge combines all the style and safety of the original XC40 model with surprising electric performance and a range of up to 334 miles.

Volvo XC60

An upmarket family SUV with lots of safety features and understated, but stylish design, the XC60 is a tempting package – especially when you factor in a comfortable interior and a range of efficient engines.

Volvo EX30

It might be the smallest SUV in Volvo’s line-up, but the EX30 has been given just as much love from its designers as the bigger SUVs. It's also absolutely brilliant and fully deserving of being crowned the 2024 Carwow Car of the Year.

Volvo C40 Recharge

The C40 Recharge is effectively the coupe version of the popular Volvo XC40 Recharge electric SUV. It looks great, but that sloping roofline does have an effect on its practicality.

Volvo XC90

If you’re in the market for a stylish, practical, but luxurious, seven-seat SUV that’s also packed with safety technology, then the Volvo XC90 has to be on your shortlist.

Volvo EX90

Volvo says the EX90 is the pinnacle of current safety and sustainability technology, and shows where the company wants to go. We like it so much, it was highly commended in the Most Anticipated New Car category at the 2024 Carwow Car of the Year Awards.

Volvo SUVs FAQs

Various reliability studies tend to place Volvo mid-table in a list of 40 car brands. Volvo excels in the safety department but reliability can take a hit once the cars are four years’ old.
Volvo currently has three electric SUVs – EX30, XC40 Recharge and C40 Recharge – in its range. A fourth, the large, seven-seat EX90, will join them in 2024.
The cost of a Volvo SUV ranges from £33,795 for and EX30 and rises to £96,255 for the EX90. That’s a pretty large cost differential, but six of the seven models are under £60,348.
At 4,233mm, the EX30 is the smallest Volvo currently on sale. The size of a hatchback, but set higher, the all-electric EX30 is a good option for urban drivers.
The EX90 is slightly longer than the XC90 it will eventually replace, at 5,037mm. However, both are large, practical and stylish SUVs, with comfortable, spacious interiors and seven seats.
With used XC40s on sale from £16,000, and with a carwow rating of 9/10, there should be cars out there that offer a lot for not very much money.