The Volvo XC60 mid-size SUV is chalking up award wins, taking home the 2018 North American Utility of the Year award earlier today at the Detroit auto show.

The North American Car, Utility and Truck of the year awards are judged by around 60 professional automotive journalists from across the U.S. and Canada. Utility of the year is a new award for 2017, recognizing the popularity of SUVs.

The XC60 was the victor against two other finalists, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio and the Honda Odyssey van. The new XC60 has already taken home best medium crossover in the UK  and Japan Car of the Year honors.

“Like the XC90, (which won Truck/Utility of the Year in 2016) the XC60 offers Volvo’s distinct brand of luxury and it may even be more appealing than its bigger brother. The ride is exemplary, and when smartly equipped, it is a fine value,” said NACTOY juror and freelance auto writer Kirk Bell.

Volvo offers a unique combination of style, safety, and performance with the XC60. The exterior style and simple, elegant interior combine with active and passive safety features that won it the Euro NCAP award for best overall safety performer of 2017. It also offers a choice of gas and hybrid powertrains.

The other winners were the all-new 10th-generation Honda Accord winning Car of the Year and the 2018 Lincoln Navigator, which took home Truck of the Year.