2017 volvo xc90 sport




Article Navigation:
  • Photo
  • Volvo XC90 T6 R-Design Review | KINDERFLUESTERER.INFO
  • Video
  • RELATED PAGES
  • The XC90 is pure reflection of luxury that embodies Swedish design heritage. See everything this luxury SUV has to offer.

    The new Volvo XC90 T8 plug-in hybrid is one of the most complete packages in the entire luxury SUV segment. We put it to the test in Sweden!.

    FACT! Volvo is a Swedish automotive company. The name of the concern comes from the Latin language "Volv" and translates as "spinning", "rolling".

    Research the Volvo XC90 with our expert reviews and ratings. Edmunds also has Volvo T5 R-Design 4dr SUV (L 4cyl Turbo 8A). MSRP$52,

    Looking out for you Your XC90 looks out for potential danger, helping to protect both those people in the car and those outside, day and night. Swiping right on the screen will bring you to the App screen and will provide access car settings, audio controls, additional apps and other functions. Scandinavian details delight the senses, such as the Linear Walnut genuine wood inlays and the Orrefors crystal glass gear shifter for the T8 Twin Engine. Each and every component of the interior feels like something out of an ultra-luxury vehicle. What the drivetrain did prove pretty good at during my week with it was saving fuel, despite driving around in three-row AWD beast, I averaged

    Volvo XC90 - Luxury SUV | Volvo Car USA

    The new Volvo XC90 has to be one of the most talked about redesigns in recent memory. I was lucky enough to get a short drive in a fully decked-out XC90 Inscription reviewed here much closer to its launch. With the bright color, massive wheels and excess R-Design flare it was nearly impossible not to catch some stares while driving around.

    At initial launch I loved the XC90 styling so much because it managed to have such a strong presence on the road, while still maintaining understated class. On the inside, the R-Design adds some specialized suede and leather racing seats that look absolutely incredible, and to compliment the seats you get the R-Design steering wheel, shift knob and sporty aluminum pedals. This is an interesting material that adds a nice bright touch to the interior.

    That nit-pick aside, the rest of the interior is an outstandingly well-designed space. Massive amounts of head and legroom for front and second-row passengers, and enough in the third row for a couple of adults in a pinch.

    Cargo room is adequate with the third-row intact, and downright cavernous with the seats folded. Dashboard storage is well done was well with a big glove box, decent size centre console, deep door pockets and even a couple of bins in the cargo area for less frequently used items. Curiously, you start the XC90 using an almost rotary dial mounted to the centre console — odd, and slightly reminiscent of Saabs from days gone by, but easy enough to get used to.

    The drive mode selector is also located right behind the ignition dial; it looks and feels so good that it had me adjusting the drive modes for no reason other than to play with the dial. The touchscreen works just like tablet, where you swipe right and left or up and down to navigate the various screens and menus. It looks great, and responds well, but it took me awhile to get used to it.

    The Sensus system also comes with a number of popular apps built into it, and it has its own WiFi hotspot, which is handy for those extended family trips. Things really get interesting for me behind the wheel of the XC The XC90 cruises very well on the highway, with solid tracking and only limited road noise — this would make for a truly exceptional road trip vehicle.

    I am a little saddened to say this, but my only real disappointment with the XC90 is the engine. An impressive feat of engineering — yes, but in my opinion it still needs some refinements. What the drivetrain did prove pretty good at during my week with it was saving fuel, despite driving around in three-row AWD beast, I averaged Twitter Tweets by doubleclutchca.



    • Подписаться по RSSRSS
    • Поделиться VkontakteVkontakte
    • Поделиться на FacebookFacebook
    • Твитнуть!Twitter

    Leave a Reply

    Return to Top ▲TOP ▲