New is a steering-wheel activated bluetooth which replaces Volvo's after-market dashboard control, but why on earth did they eliminate the voice-activated system? Now we can only dial calls from our phone book, and need to take our eyes off the road to do so? Very backward thinking for such a safe car. Also, the rear park assist warning is barely audible now, with only the rear speakers quietly beeping. Forget about hearing it with the AC fan on and radio! The back-up camera is a nice additional feature, though. And, the navigation system no longer allow "stored" locations.
Active headlights, BLIS, power child lock, extremely comfortable front seats, 7-passenger seating, heated front seats.
Put back the voice-activated bluetooth feature. We have been waiting for a redesigned XC90 for years. The 2013 model year still lacks technology available just about everywhere else, i.e., driver alert for lane deviation, adaptive cruise control, better navigation system.
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