The Volvo V90 fills the luxury wagon market with its sophisticated Scandinavian style, ample power, and luxurious interior. But don’t just take our word for it, find out why everyone is talking about it.
“Volvo’s new design direction isn’t as aggressive as its rivals. The V90 doesn’t have angry lines or sharp creases. The headlights don’t scowl at other cars. The V90’s sheer scale and proportions are enough to make it feel luxurious.” – Matt Bubbers, The Globe and Mail.
“As with all of its 90-Series cars, the V90 Cross Country is very well proportioned, wearing its increased ride height and tougher looks well. Volvo says the V90 Cross Country isn’t simply a “styling job,” though, and the slightly modified hardware seems to confirm this.” – Chris Perkins, Road & Track.
“The Cross Country’s interior is essentially identical to the S90’s, the only difference being ultra-dark wood trim and a different stitch pattern on the standard leather seats. As in the sedan and the XC90, the cabin is designer-chic, with its vertically oriented central touchscreen and air vents, textured-metal finishes, and minimalist vibe.” – Joe Lorio,Car and Driver.
“Wonderfully calming, and probably the best of all the latest 90-series cars (S90, V90 and XC90). With more ride height, its comfier than a regular V90, and with light, effortless steering and lots of suspension travel, you seem to glide about the place.” – Stephen Dobie, TopGear.
“It might be a wagon. But take it to a frozen lake in northern Sweden on a mild day when the ice is covered in a watery sheen, and the Cross Country version of the Volvo V90 wagon drifts with the best of them.” – Alisa Priddle, Motortrend.
“As comfortable and cavernous as any other 90-series Volvo. It’s a genuinely lovely place to be, and one of the best interiors in the executive car class right now.” – Stephen Dobie, TopGear
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