Stadium Seating Provides Personal Touch to 2020 Volvo XC90

When you're driving the family around in your Volvo, it is important for everyone to have their own space. The market is full of SUVs with three-rows that still manage to keep passengers cramped and in violation of each other's personal space. With the 2020 Volvo XC90, the kids will no longer argue about who is in whose space.

Courtesy Volvo Cars of Scottsdale is showing off a great addition to the 2020 XC90. In its basic form, the 2020 Volvo XC90 can fit up to 7 people. But you can also enjoy seating for up to six in some trim levels. With the stadium-style seating of the 2020 XC90, you won't mind sacrificing the extra spot.

The 2020 Volvo XC90 with stadium-seating brings you three rows of seats. Each row will have two large, comfortable captain's chairs, for everyone to enjoy. The road trips from Mesa and Tempe to Phoenix will seem a lot quieter when no one is fighting over someone else's toys spilling over into their seat. The second-row chairs have a large space for passengers to pass through. They will also tilt and slide to let your passengers get in-and-out of your XC90, even easier than before.

The 2020 Volvo XC90 does not give up any legroom with the addition of the third-row captain's chairs. But by removing the third-row bench, it allows each rider a sense of individual freedom to move around in their seat without affecting the other riders. The younger passengers will feel like the bigger kids, thanks to the style of the chairs and the amount of comfort they provide.

For the family planning to haul the whole tribe of kids, the seven-seat option comes standard on most trim levels of the 2020 XC90. For the family who values their personal space and elbow room, the stadium-style seating of the 2020 XC90 is the feature your family has been begging you to get. Give everyone their own space in a 2020 Volvo XC90 from Courtesy Volvo Cars of Scottsdale.

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