The 2020 Volvo V90 let go of the Cross Country Volvo Ocean Race which is part of its predecessor's lineup. It continues to have that posh and lavish interior, though, with comfortable seats to accommodate five. The long list of technologies are also some of the facets to look forward to in this wagon.

A full redesign of the 2019 version, the 2021 Subaru Outback is praised for its high quality interior. A powerful turbocharged engine is also available in this new version.

Design & Style

With an elegant and spacious cabin, the 2020 Volvo V90 will surely attract the attention of car buyers out there. Now, it even comes standard with the leather-wrapped steering wheel and power adjustments for the front seats. You will find the combination of soft-touch materials, aluminum and wood accents among the reasons to buy this ride.

One of the things that the Subaru Outback is proud of is its spacious front seats. Drivers can seat comfortably on its supportive seats. The same goes true for its passengers too. However, you have to settle for manual adjustments if you opt for the trim level. Otherwise, be prepared to pay more to get power-adjustable front seats.

Technology & Safety

Expect a lot when it comes to the V90's technology and safety features. One of the most notable things is the ever-reliable nine-inch touchscreen display for its infotainment system. The splitting view in the screen make it easier to access Android Auto and Apple CarPlay with all other cabin settings. Standard safety technologies, meanwhile, include blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert, , forward and rear collision warning, lane keep assist, active steering for collision prevention, automatic emergency braking, road-sign recognition, active bending headlights, driver attention monitoring, distance alert, rain-sensing windshield wipers, front and rear parking sensors, and a rearview camera.

In the case of the Outback, there are two seven-inch infotainment displays to support its setup. It supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. If there is one thing to point out when using the interface, then that is the fact that it responds sluggishly to user commands. Also, it is difficult to read what is being displayed on the screen. Safety features, on the other hand, include lane keep assist, lane departure warning, forward automatic emergency braking, and adaptive cruise control, all of which is part of its EyeSight Suite.

Performance

The Outback carries a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder boxed engine, available to maximize output of up to 182 horsepower only. The V90, meanwhile, has two engine options. The first one is the T5, its base trim that has a turbocharged engine packing 250 horsepower. The next one is the 2.0-liter combo of a supercharged and turbocharged engine in the T6, which is capable of packing 316 horsepower.

The Bottom Line

Extravagantly appealing, yet sporty to look at on the outside, the Volvo V90 has toppled down its opponents. It is amazingly handsome inside, and is impressively functional too. On top of all these, the car is powerful enough to take you to tough terrains as well. What else can you ask for?

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