/Volvo S90 and V90 – UK Pricing and Specs

Volvo S90 and V90 – UK Pricing and Specs

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The Brits have a special relationship with Volvo cars, which is why it’s always an occasion when they launch a new model in the British market. This month they’re releasing two, the new Volvo S90 and its wagon version, the V90. And they appear to be so good, the English would struggle to make fun of them.

That’s what they do with Volvos, these Brits. They like to mock them. To be fair though, it’s usually the kind of people who drive Volvos in Britain that are the subject of verbal abuse. That probably won’t be a problem for the new Volvo S90 and V90, since they are so sleek, good-looking and classy, a traditional Volvo buyers will not be able to stand it. They are going to go and get a Hyundai or something.

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At any rate, the Volvo S90 sedan starts at £32,555 which is what you pay for a Momentum trim powered by a 190 hp 2.0 liter turbo engine delivering an excellent 64.2 mpg. The 235 hp D5 model is more expensive at £39,555, but it offers more power and still brilliant 58.9 mpg. The same engines are available with Inscription trim level, costing £35,555 and £42,055 respectively. As for the V90 Wagon, it gets the same engines and trims, but on average it’s about two grand more, starting at £34,555 and ending at £44,055.

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The new S90 and V90 Volvos are both well-equipped cars, featuring in the standard Momentum trim stuff like leather upholstery, LED headlights with active high beam, two-zone climate control with ‘CleanZone’ air-filtration system, keyless engine starting and heated front seats. Notable additions with the Inscription grade include Nappa soft leather upholstery, 18-inch wheels, and 12.3” active TFT driver’s information display.

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