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The Most Common Volvo V90 Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Volvo 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 V90

People tend to associate the Volvo brand more and more with SUV design these days, but long-time fans and drivers of Volvo cars know that it’s the family station wagon that arguably most typifies this marque. The Volvo V90, launched in 2017 as a replacement for the long-running Volvo V70 models.

To date, there has only been a single generation of V90 wagons, but two variants of that same generation have emerged, namely the V90 and the V90 Cross Country. The latter is an AWD version of the V90, offering a higher ride height that is designed to conquer rougher terrain than the more city-friendly regular V90.

The Volvo V90 competes in the more luxurious wagon sector against the likes of the BMW 5 Series Touring, and the Mercedes E-Class wagon model. Despite not necessarily being known for ultra-chic styling, the V90 proves that Volvo can compete with the likes of Mercedes-Benz, offering stunning (but some might say understated) exteriors, and comfortable interiors.

The interior includes finely crafted finishes, and exceptionally comfortable seats front and back. Unfortunately, the infotainment system just lacks the physical knobs and buttons that some people do prefer to have so that it’s easier to use while on the road.

However, as one might expect with a wagon like this, it makes up for any shortcomings with storage space: 19.8 square feet with all the seats up, and up to 69 cubic feet with the seats down. This is despite the fact that the V90 is actually shorter than its S90 sedan sibling.

Powertrains include 2-liter gasoline and diesel options as well as a plug-in hybrid option that delivers up to 400hp (314hp from the engine, and 86hp from the electric motor). It’s further assisted by smart safety systems that not only recognize pedestrians and cyclists in the road, but even large animals and other potential hazards too.