The Volvo S90 is one of the best options on the market for a luxury midsized sedan. Currently, there are many luxury sedans that are offering amazing features. However, the Volvo S90 offers features that are unique only to Volvo.
At first glance, the muscular look of the Volvo S90 stands out. This car has a very commanding and professional appearance. It also features the horizontal T-shaped headlights that debuted with the Volvo XC90. Volvo designers created these headlights to resemble the war hammer used by Thor, a Norse god and popular Marvel comic book hero. These headlights contribute to the S90s sharp, direct style.
Volvo created the Thor inspired headlights as a symbol of pride for its Swedish origins. They’ve also continued this show of pride on the interior by including small tags attached to the seats of the interior which depict the Swedish flag.
The Volvo S90 is not only toned because of it’s looks. The T5 model provides up to 250 horsepower, and the all wheel drive T6 version can provide up to 316 horsepower.
Such a hard, muscled exterior may lead one to believe that the cabin of the vehicle may be just as rigid. But the interior of the S90 is spacious, with plenty of room to move, and features the softest Nappa leather. Paired with the smooth leather, Volvo has designed the interior with natural wood grain, giving the car a warm feeling.
These features inspired by nature are complemented by the most recent infotainment technology. The control panel in the front and center of the cabin is multi-functional and as easy to use as a smartphone. This panel, programmed with Sensus User Interface, manages music, temperature, and it can also receive or make phone calls.
Along with all of these features, the S90 provides 13.5 cubic feet of trunk space and 22 mpg city, 31 mpg highway, with a combined miles per gallon of 25.
The dealers at McGrath Volvo Cars Barrington, near Rockford, are knowledgeable about the S90, along with other Volvo models. If you’ve decided that you’re ready for the Volvo S90, you can get more information for the dealership and maybe stop by for a test drive.
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