Volvo has disclosed full UK pricing details for the S90 and V90 models now available on order.

Volvo has disclosed full UK pricing details for the S90 and V90 models now available on order.

The midsize premium sedan carries a starting price of £32,555 and can be had with a choice of two turbodiesel 2.0-liter engines. The D4 has 190 horsepower and 400 newton meters and can be had only in front-wheel drive guise with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Go for the beefier D5 Power Pulse (from £39,555) and you get 235 hp, 480 Nm, and standard all-wheel drive receiving power from the same auto trans.

It’s the same story with the more practical Volvo V90 wagon which comes with the D4 (from £34,555) and D5 (from £41,555) turbodiesel engines. The D4 is FWD-only while the D5 comes with an AWD layout and both models have that eight-speed automatic transmission.

As standard, the Volvo S90 and V90 in the base Momentum trim come with LED headlights, leather upholstery, and dual zone automatic climate control system with CleanZone air-filtration technology. Buyers are also rewarded with a standard nine-inch Sensus infotainment system with support for sat-nav (with lifetime annual map updates), Apple CarPlay, voice control, Internet access, and cloud-based apps.

Both the S90 and V90 come with electric trunk opening and Volvo’s Pilot Assist semi-autonomous driving system. When activated, the S90 & V90 will maintain a pre-selected speed or distance from the car in front and will also accelerate or brake depending on traffic. At speeds of up to 80 mph, the system will provide gentle steering inputs to keep the vehicle within lane markings.

Another important standard feature is Volvo’s latest City Safety which encompasses automatic emergency braking (with pedestrian and cyclist detection) and even large-animal detection.

Upgrade to Inscription (from £35,555 S90, £37,555 V90) and you get Nappa soft leather upholstery, 12.3-inch (as opposed to Momentum’s 8-inch) instrument cluster display, powered front seats, 18-inch diamond-cut/silver alloys, and keyless entry. The Inscription models also have handsfree trunk opening, chrome body accents, rear footwell and side step illumination, along with walnut interior inlays.

At an additional cost, the S90 and V90 can be equipped with the Xenium package featuring a powered tilt and side glass sunroof which is panoramic on the wagon. It also brings a 360-degree parking camera system, and Park Assist Pilot. If you want to go all out, Volvo has an optional Bowers and Wilkins premium sound system packing 18 speakers and 1,400-watt output.

Volvo UK is already taking orders for the two and will kick off S90 deliveries in September, followed a month later by the V90.

Source: Volvo

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