I don't know about you, but the Volvo XC90 doesn't look very big. Sure, it'll hold seven passengers and more groceries than my XJ-S. But how does it compare with the rest of the SUVs in its class? I was honestly surprised. According to several reviews, the XC90 is pretty much king of cargo space in vehicles its size.
"…the XC90 can carry more stuff than most of its competitors. With all six passenger seats folded down, it offers 92.3 cubic feet of cargo space, or more than what's available in the Mercedes M-Class (72.4 cubic feet), BMW X5 (54.5), Acura MDX (83.5), Lexus RX 330 (84.7), Cadillac SRX (69.5) and Infiniti FX (64.5). Even with all three rows of seats in place, there's room in the Volvo for two or three stacked duffel bags behind the third row."As good as that sounds, I was sure that the Saab 97x had more interior spacing. It is, after all, a truck, right? Again, I was surprised.
"The 9-7X seats five. Third-row seating, a feature becoming more common on vehicles in this class, isn't available. There is plenty of cargo space, though, with 80 cubic feet when the rear seats are folded."
Saab 97X Review