Volvo V90 2.0 D5 PowerPulse R DESIGN 5dr AWD Geartronic with 20inch Alloy, Xenium & Family Packs Diesel Automatic 4x4 (2017) at Volvo Preston

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DEMONSTRATOR MODEL (Mileage subject to change) - Finished in Savile Grey Metallic Paint feature includes CD player, Electric driver's seat with memory, Electrically adjustable passenger seat with memory, Family pack, Heated Steering Wheel, Volvo on call, Xenium pack, 20 inch 5 double spoke diamond cut matt black alloy wheels, Winter Pack with Head up display, Autodimming Mirrors/BLIS/CTA/RCM, Contour sports seats with perforated nappa soft leather upholstery, Smart Phone Integration and much more.

02/10/2017

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This our Demo Model Volvo V90 finished in Savile Grey Metallic Paint is fitted with CD Player, Smartphone Integration, Autodimming Mirrors, Xenium Pack, Winter Pack Inc Head Up Display, Family Pack.

CO2: 129 g/km

MPG: 57.6

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DEMONSTRATOR MODEL Mileage subject to change - Finished in Savile Grey Metallic Paint feature includes CD player, Electric driver's seat with memory, Electrically adjustable passenger seat with memory, Family pack, Heated Steering Wheel, Volvo on call, Xenium pack, 20 inch 5 double spoke diamond cut matt black alloy wheels, Winter Pack with Head up display, Autodimming Mirrors/BLIS/CTA/RCM, Contour sports seats with perforated nappa soft leather upholstery, Smart Phone Integration and much more.

General

AdBlue: True
Badge Engine CC: 2.0
Badge Power: 235
Based On ID: N
Coin Description: D5 AWD
Coin Series: R Design
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07: 33E
Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years: 8
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years: 3
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: 95
NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: 80
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: 5
NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: 76
NCAP Safety Assist %: 93
Service Interval Frequency - Months: 12
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage: 60000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
Vehicle Homologation Class: M1

Emissions

CO2 (g/km): 146
HC: N
Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 6

Engine and Drive Train

Camshaft: DOHC
Catalytic Convertor: True
CC: 1969
Cylinder Layout: IN-LINE
Cylinders: 4
Engine Layout: FRONT TRANSVERSE
Fuel Delivery: COMMON RAIL
Gears: 8 SPEED
Number of Valves: 16
Transmission: SEMI-AUTO

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg): 50.4
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies: True
EC Extra Urban (mpg): 56.5
EC Urban (mpg): 43.5

Performance

0 to 62 mph (secs): 7.2
Engine Power - BHP: 235
Engine Power - KW: 173
Engine Power - PS: True
Engine Power - RPM: 4000
Engine Torque - LBS.FT: 354
Engine Torque - MKG: 49
Engine Torque - NM: 480
Engine Torque - RPM: 1750
Top Speed: 145

Test Cycles

Emissions Test Cycle: NEDC Correlated

Tyres

Alloys?: True
Space Saver?: True
Tyre Size Front: 245/45 R18
Tyre Size Rear: 245/45 R18
Tyre Size Spare: SPACE SAVER
Wheel Style: 5 SPOKE
Wheel Type: 18" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height: 1475
Length: 4936
Wheelbase: 2941
Width: 1895
Width (including mirrors): 2019

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 60
Gross Vehicle Weight: 2400
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down): 1526
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 723
Max. Loading Weight: 580
Max. Roof Load: 100
Max. Towing Weight - Braked: 2200
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: 750
Minimum Kerbweight: 1820
No. of Seats: 5

ESTATE OF MIND (new2) 01/04/2016

Volvo's V90 offers an appealingly different way to go for buyers looking for a large luxury estate that's a little different, thinks Jonathan Crouch reports.

Ten Second Review

Volvo's V90 is a large luxury estate every bit as good as anything the German brands can bring you. It's the most sophisticated station wagon we've seen from the brand for a couple of decades, efficient, spacious and stylish. If you're shopping in this segment, you need to consider it.

Background

There's nothing quite like a big, boxy Volvo estate car: it's the kind of product that defines this Swedish marque. Nor is it the kind of car this Scandinavian brand is going to leave behind as it redefines its product range under rejuvenated Chinese ownership. For proof of that, check out this car, the V90. This is the station wagon version of the S90 saloon, a car based on the same sophisticated architecture as the company's award-winning XC90 luxury SUV. It's a size larger than the existing V70 model - and a good deal more sophisticated under the skin. Plus, as you'd want, it remains as Swedish as meatballs and as practical as ever. The prospects then, are promising.

Driving Experience

Unlike older V70 models, this V90's more sophisticated underpinnings can accommodate a complete range of the brand's 'Drive-E' engines, 2.0-litre units that are impressively efficient. Mainstream buyers are being offered the choice between two units: either the 190PS D4 powerplant borrowed from Volvo's smaller S60 and V60 models. Or the 235PS D5 twin turbodiesel, also with four cylinders, this matched with the security of AWD. All V90s come with smooth 8-speed auto transmission. Go for the Cross Country bodystyle and you can have AWD with either engine. The 235bhp D5 variant utilises an innovative technology called PowerPulse to boost responsiveness. This uses compressed air, which is stored in a tank in the engine bay and refilled automatically, to spool up the turbo at low revs. This helps to overcome turbo lag, which is the short delay in the power delivery you experience in traditional turbocharged engines. With both diesel engines, there's also the option of 'Cross Country'-spec models that have AWD, a 65mm higher ride height and a wider track. At the top of the range sits the T8 Twin Engine petrol/electric plug-in hybrid model. This delivers a combined 412PS output, with a thumping 640Nm of torque. 62mph from rest is dispatched in under 6s. There's also the option of a four cylinder petrol-powered 2.0-litre T6 variant which puts out a potent 320PS. Plus there's also a more conventional T4 190bhp four cylinder petrol turbo unit.

Design and Build

This is certainly a more credible full-sized executive estate than anything Volvo has brought us to date. The V90 has a proud yet non-aggressive face, characterised by a concave grille - apparently a homage to the Volvo P1800 - that's home to the brand's distinctive 'Iron Mark' logo. The T-shaped 'Thor's Hammer' lights are recognisable from the XC90 and deliver a powerful sense of direction that makes this car unmistakable on the road. Inside, you'll find basically the same interior as the S90, with beautiful finishing and plenty of leather, classy wood and glass. At the rear, there's up 1526-litres of bootspace (including underfloor storage). That's a useful figure, though is a little bit less than you'd get with rival BMW 5 Series Touring and Mercedes E-Class estate competitors. That's probably down to the stylish sloping rear glass. As with the XC90 luxury SUV, the dash features a massive tablet-like touch screen that plays a key role in creating an interior that is modern, spacious and uncluttered. Volvo's clearly put a lot of budget into driving up materials quality and this V90 gets soft leather and wood with handcrafted details, including diamond-cut controls for the start/stop button and volume control.

Market and Model

Prices start at around £35,000 for the entry-level D4 diesel manual model. That represents a premium of £2,000 over the S90 saloon variant. Figures elsewhere in the range swell up towards the £45,000 mark, as you'd expect from a car in this class aiming to go up alongside full-sized executive segment rivals like BMW's 5 Series Touring, Audi's A6 Avant and Mercedes latest E-Class Estate. There's also the option of 'Cross Country'-spec models that have AWD, a 65mm higher ride height and a wider track. Top models can be ordered with features like 21-inch alloy wheels and powered, heated and ventilated seats trimmed in Nappa leather. Inside, the tablet-like touch screen in the centre console drives the minor controls and a whole host of Internet-based products and services. Audio services in the plushest variants come courtesy of a monster Bowers & Wilkins stereo. The electronically controlled air suspension has a choice of five modes, including one where the driver is free to tailor the settings to his or her personal taste. V90 safety gear includes a run off-road protection package which tightens seatbelts and activates energy-absorbing technology in the seats when the car detects challenging terrain ahead. Another system is the auto-braking feature, which cuts in if a driver pulls out in front of on coming traffic. Plus the V90 also introduces a world-first - large animal detection - a system capable of detecting large animals such as elk, horses or moose, night or day. All these safety systems aim to bring Volvo closer to its vision of nobody being seriously injured or killed in any of its vehicles by 2020.

Cost of Ownership

With the D5 diesel most V90 buyers will choose, expect 57.6mpg on the combined cycle and 129g/km of CO2. These figures improve to 62.8mpg and 119g/km in the less powerful D4 diesel variant. The efficiency champion is the top T8 Twin Engine petrol plug-in hybrid model, which should deliver under 50g/km of CO2 and up to 26 miles of pure electric driving range. Depreciation will be a key consideration for potential owners. It'll be interesting to see to how the market responds to Volvo's new direction in style and quality here. Think in terms of RVs that are comparable with a brand like Lexus in this segment and you shouldn't be too far out.

Summary

This is the classiest Volvo estate ever - and a really credible rival for its German competitors. No, it won't threaten the Teutonic brands overnight, but that's only because Volvo won't initially be importing the kind of volumes that would do that. On merit though, this is a car you need to consider if you're fortunate enough to be buying in the top echelon of the large luxury estate segment. We think that many business buyers currently purchasing large luxury SUV would actually be more comfortable in something like this V90. Try one and you'll understand why.

SAUCY SWEDE? (family) 24/11/2017

June Neary and family check out Volvo's spacious V90 estate

Will It Suit Me?

As a family, we've always thought an estate car would suit us. And in this day and age of fast motorways, town congestion and sheer volume of traffic, we're tempted to invest more money in a family car than we've done in the past for the extra peace of mind that superior build quality brings. The latest generation Volvo V90 estate that I was driving recently appealed to me far more than I expected it to. After all, it looks like a Volvo, solid and dependable - but not quite as dull as the V70 model it replaced.

Practicalities

Volvos are nothing if not practical. Five passengers will travel in complete comfort and the boot space will swallow up a fair bit of kit, too. The driving position is well thought out, with all the buttons and switches close to hand and easy to identify. My first impressions were that the rear end of this V90 looked a little more sleeker than before but it was clear that Volvo hasn't been diverted from this car's raison d'etre - lugging gear. There's a class-competitive 560-litres of virgin space back there and a massive space can be liberated if you fold the rear seats down and stack your cargo to the roofline. The total cargo capacity is though, 110-litres shy of what you'd get in a Mercedes E-Class Estate. Still, forget the numbers and just enjoy the usability: the cargo divider that raises out of the boot floor; and the way that you can raise that floor on little struts so that muddy items can foul a part of the cargo area which can afterwards be shut away out of sight if you can't be bothered to clean it. You get a proper spare wheel beneath the boot floor (Mercedes take note); there's a ski hatch for long narrow items; an optional retractable tow bar can spring out at the press of a button; and there are more buttons to help you retract the rear seat head restraints and seat backs. Activate them and a completely flat cargo area is revealed. Ok, so at 1,526-litres in size, it's the smallest area on offer in this class, but we don't think many potential owners will mind too much. Those who do will be directed towards Volvo's XC90 SUV, which offers up to 1,868-litres. On to safety, which as you'd expect is a Volvo strongpoint, a subtle reminder of the fact found with the 'Since 1959' references on the seatbelt buckles, this being the year that the brand invented the three-point seatbelt we all now use. Today, the company's continues its safety ambitions with the most daring and far-reaching safety objective in the industry: that by 2020, no one should ever be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo. Ramping up to that means the need for a whole new level of safety in the company's future models, a process that starts in this V90 with two segment-unique 'Intellisafe' features that are standard across the range. 'Run off road protection' detects that you've lost control and left the road, pre-tensioning the seatbelts and priming the standard seven airbags (twin front, side and curtain 'bags, plus a driver's knee 'bag). What's unique about this set-up though is that if the car's launched into the air and thumps down - as often happens in such a situation - a little mini shock absorber in the front seat frame protects your body from the damage that might otherwise be inflicted upon your lower spine, while Volvo's usual 'WHIPS' protection guards against whiplash on your neck.

Behind the Wheel

For a larger car than I'm used to, the V90 handled beautifully. The power steering felt to me a bit lighter than I might have expected in a heavy estate like this, but it's responsive and relaxing. Volvo limits its mainstream V90 models to a twin turbo 2.0-litre four cylinder diesel engine that must be mated to an 8-speed Geartronic automatic gearbox. The base D4 variant most will want puts out 190bhp through its front wheels, 4WD with this engine only available if you choose the mildly SUV-like 'Cross Country' model, a variant that features a 65mm ride height increase. The alternative mainstream engine is the one I tried, a 'PowerPulse' D5 powerplant that boosts the 2.0-litre Drive-E diesel's output to 235bhp and only comes mated to AWD. On the move, you aren't served up anything that encourages much driving involvement -blame the rather vague steering for that - but in compensation, there's unruffled poise and exemplary refinement. You get supple standards of ride comfort from the soft suspension too and there's the option of rear air suspension if you want it. A standard 'Drive Mode Settings' driving dynamics system allows you to tailor throttle response, steering feel and auto gearshift timings to suit the way you want to drive. And if you do push on a bit, grip and traction are actually quite impressive and cornering bodyroll decently well controlled.

Value For Money

Expect to pay somewhere in the £35,000 to £45,000 bracket for conventionally-engined diesel V90 models. Which means that for this estate derivative, Volvo is requiring a premium of around £2,000 over its mechanically identical S90 saloon. The brand isn't selling the mainstream petrol V90 variants here that it offers in other markets, but we do get the top T8 Twin Engine Plug-in petrol/electric hybrid derivative - though for that, you'll need a likely budget in the £50,000 to £55,000 bracket. Both the mainstream engine options are acceptably frugal, the D4 managing 62.8mpg on the combined cycle and 119g/km of CO2. If you want to do better than that, you'll need to stretch to the top T8 Twin Engine Plug-in hybrid flagship model that mates a 320bhp turbocharged/supercharged petrol unit together with an 87bhp electric motor powered by a battery pack neatly packaged away in the transmission tunnel. When fully charged, this variant can offer up to 28 miles of all-electric driving range.

Could I Live With One?

The V90 is an impressive executive contender that's also an admirable family car. If, like me, you're into 'need not speed', then this estate should suit you beautifully, meeting day to day needs while still offering a reasonable level of driving enjoyment. I could certainly live with this Volvo.

Volvo V90 average rating: 5/5 (4 reviews)

- 21/06/2018, owner of a Volvo V90 Inscription D5 AWD

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
I am delighted with my V90 Inscription, it is high spec and a delight to drive. I am still discovering knobs and buttons! Nippy when required and still returns 44 mpg. Such a good looking car too.

- 06/09/2017, owner of a Volvo V90 Estate 2.0 D4 Inscription 5dr Geartronic

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
Delighted with the make-over Volvo has given to its large Estate car. The new V90 is well specified and has a good MPG. Safety is still a key - and welcome - consideration. This car pushes the boundaries forward and is well worth a test drive.

- 07/03/2017, owner of a Volvo V90 Diesel Estate 2.0 D5 PowerPulse Inscription 5dr AWD Geartronic - 2017

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
First, may I say what outstanding service my wife and I received from the staff at Doves Volvo Horsham; nothing was too much trouble and the handover by Nigel was as detailed and patient as anyone could wish for. As far as the car is concerned, after only a short time we have nothing but praise about the comfort and refinement levels, although this was expected as we have had other Volvos. From a driving point of view, I like the ACC/CC, but am not keen on the LKA and have switched this off as I find it irritating and not necessary for my style of driving. Our next trip will be away with the caravan and this will be a much more stringent test.

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