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Volvo has officially revealed pricing for its newest wagon, the V90. Available in two trims, the V90 R-Design will start at $49,950, while the Inscription will start at $51,950.
Both come standard with the T5 drive train that sends 250 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque to the front wheels. Both are also available with T6 drive train that sends power to all four wheels and produces 316 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque for $6,000 more.
The R-Design and the Inscription trims both come with Volvo’s 8-speed automatic transmission, but the while the R-Design comes with a sport chassis, the Inscription comes with Volvo’s dynamic chassis.
The real differences have to do with luxury. Nappa leather, ventilated seats, and more comfortable seats are all the sole remit of the V90 Inscription.
Buying a V90 can be done online, through Volvo’s Online Concierge. From the brand’s website, buyers can configure their V90 with the help of a specialist who helps them through the process remotely, notifying them of when the car is shipped and when they can pick it up at the dealer.
Alternatively, owners can have the full Scandinavian experience with Overseas Delivery. The Option provides buyers with two plane tickets and hotel accommodations in Gothenburg, Sweden where they’ll get a tour of the factory and drive their V90 around Europe to a port, from which it will be shipped back to the US.