2017 Volvo V90

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From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team

The Good

  • Seating position
  • Elegant, handsome styling
  • High-quality leather and wood interior trim
  • Classy interior styling
  • Underfloor storage

The Bad

  • Low backseat cushion
  • Large rear floor tunnel

Notable Features of the 2017 Volvo V90

  • Wagon version of Volvo S90
  • Shares platform with S90, Volvo XC90
  • Turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder
  • Pilot Assist semi-autonomous driving system
  • Plug-in hybrid available
  • Five-seat interior

2017 Volvo V90 Overview

By Cars.com Editors
Vehicle Overview

What is it: The Volvo V90 is a full-size luxury wagon that seats five and is loaded with safety features.
New for 2017: The V90 is new for 2017.

Wagon fans have perhaps the highest-tech wagon yet in the all-new Volvo V90. Volvo unveiled the wagon that shares its platform with the recently introduced S90 sedan and seems poised to replace the aging XC70.

The V90 shares the S90's bold face, Thor's-hammer headlights and flat belt line. The rear window and taillights lean sharply forward. That might pinch cargo room, but it should be considerable nonetheless: Judging by the V90's profile, there's still a lot of car behind the C-pillar.

Volvo promises the V90 will have "the most advanced standard safety package on the market." Like the S90, the V90 will offer Volvo's new Pilot Assist semi-autonomous driving system as well as a system that detects large animals. Volvo also will offer a plug-in hybrid version, which it calls the T8. The automaker says it will put out "around 400" horsepower and offer roughly 30 miles of all-electric driving range.

The V90's five-seat interior shares the S90 and XC90's Euro-cool styling, with minimalistic controls, plenty of stitched surfaces and a large, portrait-oriented dashboard touch-screen. Other details are sparse, but Volvo says it should hit U.S. dealerships sometime in 2017.

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