The Volvo XC60 went through a full redesign for the 2018 model year. Because this look is still so fresh, we prepare for a total carryover when the 2019 XC60 debuts.
Volvo owes its recent revival to crossover SUVs like the XC90 and XC60, both winners of the North American Energy of the Year award. However the Sino-Swedish company hasn't forgotten its long history of station wagon management, and the V60 is the current suggestion.
Historically, Subaru makes few changes in the 2 model years after presenting a brand new version. Because Subaru debuted this generation for the 2017 model year, we don't anticipate to see any considerable changes this soon. Last year, for instance, the only change that Subaru released was the addition of optional automatic headlight activation with windscreen wiper use. Prices increased only $100. We don't anticipate to see any significant changes up until the 2020 model year, when we would anticipate Subaru to carry out a "big small change" in that fourth year to freshen the look and keep the features competitive.