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The Most Common Volvo S90/V90 Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Volvo S90/V90. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the S90/V90

The Volvo S90 and V90 models were released in 2016, entering the market as an update to the Swedish manufacturer’s existing sedan and estate models under the 80-series branding.

As with all of Volvo’s offerings, both of these models have a focus on comfort and luxury. The S90 is a mid-size 5-door estate wagon, while the V90 is their 4-door executive sedan.

While not receiving as much critical acclaim as other offerings from Volvo like the XC40, the S90 received the Production Car of the Year award in 2015.

The S90 and V90 were clearly poised to compete with the other European luxury mid-size passenger vehicles. These are vehicles like the Audi A6, BMW 5 Series, and Mercedes E-Class.

Since the major difference between the two models is their vehicle class, the S90 being a sedan and the V90 being an estate, they boast very similar features and are even on identical SPA platforms. This is the same platform found under all of Volvo’s 90 and 60-series, including the XC60, XC90, and V60.

Both the S90 and VS90 come with only the option of a turbocharged 2.-liter inline-4-cylinder engine in both turbodiesel and gasoline variants.

Volvo’s tendency toward including more advanced technologies is present in both models, with the T8 petrol model having plug-in hybrid capabilities, while the D5 turbodiesel engine features PowerPulse technology to eliminate turbo lag.

The V90 boasts slightly more variety than the S90 in the form of the V90 Cross Country and Cross Country Ocean Race. These models feature more off-road capabilities, including all-wheel-drive and a raised vehicle clearance.

As of 2020, both the S90 and V90 received facelifts, consisting of chrome additions to the front bumper, as well as a revamped set of sequential LED tail lights.