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Volvo V90 2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic

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2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic

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V90 ESTATE
2.0 T4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic
Business Personal £257.59pm £309.11pm £241.16pm £289.38pm £227.06pm £272.48pm
V90 DIESEL ESTATE
2.0 D4 Momentum Plus 5dr Geartronic
Business Personal £290.74pm £348.89pm £272.92pm £327.50pm £257.12pm £308.54pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T4 R DESIGN Plus 5dr Geartronic
Business Personal £299.39pm £359.26pm £283.70pm £340.44pm £269.59pm £323.52pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T4 Inscription Plus 5dr Geartronic
Business Personal £313.70pm £376.44pm £294.64pm £353.57pm £278.56pm £334.27pm
V90 DIESEL ESTATE
2.0 D4 R DESIGN Plus 5dr Geartronic
Business Personal £321.12pm £385.34pm £300.19pm £360.23pm £282.11pm £338.54pm
V90 DIESEL ESTATE
2.0 D4 Inscription Plus 5dr Geartronic
Business Personal £335.38pm £402.45pm £311.21pm £373.45pm £291.12pm £349.34pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T5 R DESIGN Plus 5dr Geartronic
Business Personal £328.21pm £393.85pm £308.95pm £370.74pm £292.41pm £350.89pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T5 Inscription Plus 5dr Geartronic
Business Personal £342.51pm £411.02pm £319.89pm £383.86pm £301.35pm £361.63pm
V90 DIESEL ESTATE
2.0 D4 Cross Country Plus 5dr AWD Geartronic
Business Personal £349.70pm £419.64pm £325.66pm £390.79pm £305.37pm £366.45pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T5 Cross Country Plus 5dr AWD Geartronic
Business Personal £352.89pm £423.47pm £331.50pm £397.80pm £313.28pm £375.95pm
V90 DIESEL ESTATE
2.0 D5 PowerPulse R DESIGN Plus 5dr AWD Geartronic
Business Personal £404.15pm £484.98pm £369.23pm £443.08pm £346.95pm £416.34pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T6 [310] Cross Country Plus 5dr AWD Geartronic
Business Personal £408.87pm £490.64pm £376.63pm £451.96pm £351.76pm £422.11pm
V90 DIESEL ESTATE
2.0 D5 PowerPulse Cross Country Plus 5dr AWD Gtron
Business Personal £411.79pm £494.15pm £377.49pm £452.98pm £354.93pm £425.92pm
V90 DIESEL ESTATE
2.0 D5 PowerPulse Inscription Plus 5dr AWD Gtron
Business Personal £418.44pm £502.12pm £380.31pm £456.38pm £355.94pm £427.13pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T6 [310] R DESIGN Plus 5dr AWD Geartronic
Business Personal £414.23pm £497.07pm £378.28pm £453.94pm £351.51pm £421.81pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T8 [390] Hybrid Inscription Plus 5dr AWD Gtron
Business Personal £512.50pm £615.00pm £469.14pm £562.96pm £453.56pm £544.27pm
V90 ESTATE
2.0 T8 [390] Hybrid R DESIGN Plus 5dr AWD Gtron
Business Personal £527.23pm £632.67pm £477.23pm £572.67pm £457.30pm £548.76pm
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Volvo V90 Cross Country Review

If you want an estate car, but you fancy the odd excursion into the rough, then the Volvo V90 Cross Country could be the motor for you. 

The ‘Cross Country’ label was steered into the automotive arena by the Swedish automaker around twenty years ago, and it’s a testament to its reputation that the variant is still in production. 

By lifting the ride height, tossing in four-wheel drive and sticking on body cladding, the V90 Cross Country offers a great blend of estate car with hardy 4X4 traction. But more than that, it allows you to run a traditional family set-of-wheels without having to make the leap into sport utility vehicle (SUV) territory. But Volvo does have the XC90 SUV in its stable, should you feel the Cross Country isn’t quite the off-roader you’d anticipated. 

The Cross Country moniker has, over the last couple of decades, equipped Volvos with that further something; it’s made vehicles with this label more out-of-the-ordinary to look at, and more accommodating, in terms of where you can take them. The V90 Cross Country is certainly an attractive piece of machinery all around. Its kerb appeal is reinforced even further, thanks to skid plates, plastic wheel-arch coverings, a 65mm higher deportment, the ‘Cross Country’ calligraphy and some substantial off-road tyres,

The attention-grabbing look persists inside, with electrically controlled leather seats and wooden dashboard trim. The V90 Cross Country also houses a touchscreen satellite-navigation unit and a motorised tailgate that you can control from within the cabin.

I was handed the keys to the D5 2.0-litre turbo diesel model. Producing 235PS and connected to an eight-speed, butter-smooth automatic ‘box, this version of the V90 Cross Country will do zero to 62 mph in just 7.2 seconds. It is an economical configuration, too, returning a claimed 50.4 mpg.

Volvo stresses that it has done its best to tune the Cross Country so that it drives not unlike the stock V90 on the blacktop - and the motor maker has mostly realised this aspiration. The 4x4 estate car is reasonably swift to wield on all road surfaces, and it feels iron-willed, thanks in part to the weight of the steering and pedals. What's more, while this is a big automobile, it feels far from immense, due to its co-operative character. The only gripe would be the bouncing you get from the car if you lob it into corners hurriedly. 

Combined with the 65mm growth in ride height, Volvo has stretched the countrified V90’s tracks to enrich stability and empower the stockier tyres to work their wizardry off-road. Indeed, a cheeky burn along a potholed farm trail and through an unkempt field demonstrated the Cross Country’s double-edged nature commendably. 

With its hoisted ride height, it has ample ground clearance to elude grinding its underbelly on craggy terrain, and its ‘off-road’ setting allows the Scandinavian car to crawl through mucky stuff competently. Add in its standard hill descent tech to the mixture and the V90 Cross Country has enough about it to go into battle with the die-hard SUV segment. 

At £47,320 for the V90 Cross Country D5 PowerPulse, as tested, it makes you wonder why you’d fork out a minimum of £50,435 for Volvo’s XC90. I reckon the only reason would be the seven seats offered by the SUV.   

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