CARS.COM — There’s no way around using the 2016 Volvo XC90’s massive touch-screen. As part of Volvo’s Sensus multimedia system, it’s the main way drivers interact with media, climate, navigation and car settings. You better believe a lot could go horribly wrong if this fundamental feature had glaring usability issues, so it’s a good thing for Volvo it doesn’t.
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The vertically oriented touch-screen won over many of our editors on the XC90’s way to earning Cars.com’s Best of 2016 award. The touch-screen’s integral nature means the depth of its capabilities can be intimidating, so we dove into the system for a closer look.