The car now features more equipment across all three D5 trims.

The company has silently launched its 2018 XC90 D5 Diesel Car. All three trims of the car come with added equipment and safety kit. The base Momentum is now priced at ₹76.47 lakh, the mid-spec R-Design retails at ₹83.92 lakh, and the top-spec Inscription costs ₹86.96 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, pan-India).

The base Inscription trim now comes with heated front seats, paddleshifters, adaptive cruise control, a parking assist system that can self-park and a compass. The higher variants come with a blind spot information system along with cross traffic alerts, rear collision mitigation support (it was offered only at the front earlier), a 360-degree camera and a heated steering.

The R-Design variant won’t get ventilated seats and the rear seats with massage function. It features slightly different treatment on areas like the outside mirrors, windows, gear lever, sill moulding and remote control.

The XC90 D5 remains mechanically unchanged, it will continue with the 2.0-litre, four-cylinder diesel making 235hp and 480Nm, mated to an eight-speed transmission that channels power to all four wheels.

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