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Joel Patel
Automotive Editor - August 29, 2019

2020 Volvo V90 OVERVIEW

One of the last luxury wagons on the road, the 2020 Volvo V90 remains an opulent option for drivers that want the athleticism of a sedan with the cargo capacity of a compact SUV. Continuing to offer a lengthy list of standard safety features and a lush cabin, the V90 shines as a wagon. Unfortunately, the long roofline doesn’t exactly equate to stellar cargo capacity.

The V90 Cross Country has been simplified for 2020, now only being offered in one trim. With its extra ride height, rugged body cladding, and standard all-wheel-drive system, the V90 Cross Country is an excellent alternative to an SUV.

Choosing Your Volvo V90

Three trims are available for the V90: R-Design, Inscription, and Cross Country. Pricing starts at $52,445 including destination for the R-Design and climbs to $60,445 for the Inscription with the more powerful engine.

Engine Choices

Volvo offers two engine options for the V90, known as the T5 and T6. The T5 is front-wheel drive only, while the T6 can only be paired with all-wheel drive. An eight-speed automatic is the sole transmission offered.

Engine TypeHorsepowerTorqueFuel Economy (Combined)
T5 2.0L Turbo 4-Cylinder250 hp258 lb-ft26 mpg
T6 2.0L Turbo and Supercharged 4-Cylinder316 hp295 lb-ft25 mpg

With 66 more horsepower and 37 more pound-feet of torque, the available T6 powertrain is an incredible combination, as it only loses on mpg in combined driving. The fact that Volvo only offers AWD with it makes it the obvious choice for drivers that live in areas that see bad weather. It is quite expensive, though, adding an extra $6,000 for R-Design trims and $5,250 on the Inscription.

The rugged and off-roading friendly Cross Country is only available with the T6 powertrain.

Passenger and Cargo Capacity

V90 models are rated to seat up to five. Cargo capacity behind the rear seats measures in at up to 19.8 cubic feet, while the wagon has a total of 54.0 cubic feet of cargo space.

Both the Audi Allroad and the Subaru Outback have more total cargo space, the latter offering 73.3 cubic feet of cargo space.

Safety Features

Volvo’s made a name for itself as being one of the safest automakers on the market. As such, the V90 comes with a litany of standard safety features, which include blind-spot monitoring, automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, adaptive cruise control, oncoming lane mitigation, and rear cross-traffic alert.

A surround-view camera system and a head-up display are optional with the Advanced Package that costs $2,450. A self-parking system and the surround-view camera are also available as standalone options.

Connectivity

Every V90 comes with a 12.3-inch display in the instrument cluster and a 9-inch touchscreen that’s horizontally oriented. Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, voice control, navigation, and two USB ports are also included as standard. A head-up display is available as a $900 option on both trims.

R-Design - From $52,445

The R-Design comes handsomely equipped right out of the gate with features like Nappa leather seats, four-zone climate control, 19-inch wheels, a panoramic roof, and a Harman Kardon audio system. While Volvo does offer a lot of luxury features as standard, there are a few odd things that are optional.

Unless you’re a fan of Ice White, budget an extra $645 to get a different exterior color. Heated front seats, which one would expect to be standard at this price range, are optional and bundled with a heated steering wheel for $750. Getting heated rear seats is an extra $425.

Spending the extra money for the T6 powertrain also brings the ability to opt for air suspension, which costs $1,200.

Inscription - From $55,195

The Inscription has a similar list of standard equipment as the R-Design, but features a more elegant look thanks to a unique front grille, special badges, and trim-specific 19-inch wheels. On the inside, the trim adds Nappa leather and heated and ventilated front seats.

No-cost colors for the Inscription include Ice White and Black Stone. A heated steering wheel and heated rear seats are still an option and are priced at $750.

Cross Country - From $55,545

With the T6 powertrain as standard, extra ground clearance, and sturdy body cladding, the Cross Country not only offers the ability to tackle inclement weather, but also light off-roading. The trim is well equipped, coming with a lot of the same standard equipment as the Inscription.

Unique features found on the Cross Country include 19-inch wheels, a bespoke front grille, black exterior trim, and a rear skid plate. On the inside, the trim reverts back to two-zone climate control, but includes a heated steering wheel as standard.

The Cross Country is the only trim that can be fitted with the Luxury Package that adds things like four-zone climate control, heated rear seats, perforated Nappa leather, and memory settings for the passenger seat for $4,500.

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CarsDirect Tip

As a crossover alternative, the 2020 Volvo V90 Cross Country has what it takes to stand out in a sea of similar vehicles. For consumers that aren’t interested in off-roading, the base R-Design comes with all sorts of standard goodies. The T6 powertrain is a worthy upgrade for those seeking more power or all-wheel drive.

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