2017 Volvo V90 premium station wagon priced from $50,945 in the US

Article by Christian A., on February 14, 2017

Volvo’s stylish premium station wagon is heading to the market, and it doesn’t come cheap. As Swedish carmaker Volvo has indicated, its new Volvo V90 midsize wagon won’t be available through traditional means in the United States. This means that even if you go to the US dealer nearest your location, you won’t be able to simply come out of the showroom driving a 2017 Volvo V90 premium station wagon. This is because Volvo has decided not to stock the V90 stylish wagon in the US, as it has deep concerns over the low demand for regular wagons. Thus, if you want to get Volvo’s premium station wagon as your ride, you have to place a special order for the V90.

Good thing is that Volvo has launched an online configurator for its new products. This would allow interested customers to decide on the specs, features and elements of their new Volvo V90 without having to go their local dealers. Interestingly, the prices are also indicated, which means customers could also fit their Volvo V90 to their budget, giving them a clear idea how much money they need to shell out for their new premium station wagons.

The least expensive Volvo V90 – yes, this stylish wagon fetches a high price – could be availed for a base price of $49,950. When the destination fee of $995 is included, the total price surges to $50,945. This goes for the front-wheel drive V90 R-Design grade that is powered by a T5 turbocharged 2.0-liter gasoline engine that delivers up to 250 hp of output and up to 258 lb.-ft. of torque.

This amount of power is sent to the front wheels through an eight-speed Geartronic automatic transmission. Features include an R-Design Grille, 19-inch five-spoke matte black diamond cut alloy wheels and a 12.3-inch driver display (digital instrument cluster), as well as laminated panoramic moonroof with power sunshade. An all-wheel drive version of the V90 R-Design is also available, as powered by a turbocharged and supercharged T6 2.0-liter engine that generates 310 hp of max output and 295 lb.-ft. of torque. This V90 R-Design has a starting price of $55,950 plus a destination charge of $995 (total price of $56,945).

For more discerning customers, Volvo also has a lot in store for you. The more luxurious version of the Volvo V90 is dubbed as the Inscription grade. Featuring an Inscription grille, 19-inch 10-spoke silver diamond cut alloy wheels, Blind Spot Information System (BLIS), Cross Traffic Alert (CTA) and Sensus Navigation, the Volvo V90 Inscription has starting prices – excluding the destination charge – of $51,950 for the T5-powered front-wheel drive version and $57,950 for the T6-powered all-wheel drive variant. When all specs, features and equipment are maxed out, the Volvo V90 Inscription carries a tag of $69,370 plus a destination charge of $995, for a total price of $70,365.

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