At $52,445 (all prices include the $995 destination charge), the V90 R-Design is the cheapest iteration. That price buys front-wheel drive and the T5 engine, as well as a litany of luxurious standard features. Stepping up to the T6 with all-wheel drive costs $6,000, bringing the starting price up to $58,445.
The list of technology baked into the V90 speaks loudest about the luxurious nature of these wagons. There's a 12.3-inch touchscreen, Harmon Kardon audio system with 13 speakers, navigation, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and speech recognition for controlling audio, climate, and navigation functions.
Other features built into every V90 include four-zone climate control, power front seats with memory functionality, an electric-folding second row, leather upholstery, auto-dimming mirrors, and a panoramic moonroof. On the outside there's 19-inch wheels, fog lights, and a special lower front fascia that is sportier than what's used on the Inscription model. Also adding to the R-Design's sporty flavor are paddle shifters, multiple drive modes, and an exclusive R-Design leather steering wheel.
With so much as standard, there's little in the way of packages. Just two are available: the $750 heated front seats and steering wheel, and the $2,500 Advanced Package. The Advanced bundles a surround-view camera system, high-pressure headlight cleaner, active headlights that bend with the contours of the road, a head-up display, and park assist.
A variety of standalone options are offered. These include a $150 CD player, $300 heated windshield, $500 integrated second-row booster seat, and $500 heated rear seats. Most of the contents from the Advance Package are available à la carte as well. Audiophiles will want to splurge on the $3,200 Bowers and Wilkins audio system with 15 speakers and 1,100 watts.