Volvo launched its all-new XC90 here yesterday, and with prices starting at $330,000 it’s not cheap, but it’s the finest car that the Swedish carmaker has ever made. There’s even a 400 horsepower plug-in hybrid version that’s intended for launch in Singapore. The XC90 is something of a comeback car for Volvo, and it wouldn’t be outlandish to say that this car did the same for Mitsubishi.
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