Early, high-mileage XC90s go for under £5,000. At this money, most will be petrols, although the odd D5 does crop up.
Most diesels are priced from £5,500, but a car with less than 60,000 miles will cost around £9,000.
A £15,000 budget secures a three-year-old D5 Active or a V8 – the latter are well specced and some will already have been converted to run on LPG.
Nearly new 2012 XC90 D5s with 10,000 miles go for around £26,000.
The XC90 needs a service annually or every 12k/18k miles, depending on the car’s age and engine.
Prices vary for different engines, but first and third services are £265-£320, the second and fourth cost £450-£530, the fifth is £450-£490 and the sixth is £820-£920.
The T6 and D5 also have cambelts, which need to be replaced every six years or 108k miles (£500-£800). Brake fluid must be renewed every two years (£130), too. But some dealers do discounts on older cars – around 15 per cent.
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