The 2021 Volvo V90 is known for its cushy seats and spacious cabin. It achieves an impressive balance between engine power and creature comfort. It finishes near the top of our wagon ranking owing to its hi-tech features and great safety rating.

The 2021 Kia Sedona offers a smooth ride, good reliability rating, an average interior, but lacks passenger space when compared to the rivals. Let's see if this model can match up to its Volva rival in different technical and creative areas.

Design & Style

Sedona is a 7-seater with fairly comfortable seats but inadequate room to stretch. It has a fine interior and most of the cabin material seems good quality. But despite premium components in the design, it may feel stale to some when compared to its rival cars.

The V90 is a 5-seater but there is ample room in both rows. The heated, ventilated seats, leather-wrapped steering, and the use of extravagant soft-touch materials make it unbeatable in this area of comparison. The optional upgrades can further enhance its sumptuous cabin. Some of its luxurious upgrades can be irresistible to the buyers. However, the standard components are apt for most buyers.

Technology & Safety

The Sedona's UVO system comes with a 7-inch touch screen and a laundry list of tech features along with it. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are both present. Some of the features for rear-seat entertainment are optional. For safety, it has a fine range of driver's assistance features including automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, drowsiness monitoring, and so on.

V90's infotainment system is fairly advanced and has a long array of entertainment and safety features. Almost all Smartphone integration techs come standard with this model. The music systems are also present including a 14-speaker Harmon Kardon, and a 19-speaker Bowers & Wilkens. The functions like driver attention monitoring, collision warning, lane keep assist, and several more ensure that there is adequate safety especially during lengthy rides.


The Sedona offers ample power with a 276-hp V6 engine. Paired with an eight-speed auto transmission you can enjoy a smooth ride with good acceleration.

The V90 features two types of engines. For quicker acceleration, you may go with the T6 engine that delivers 316-hp and will be adequate when you need to pass other vehicles on a highway. The base engine is also fairly competent and is apt for day-to-day driving.

The Bottom Line

The 2021 V90 boast one of the most lavish cabins in the class. Its wealth of standard features makes it a superior choice than its rivals. Its safety technology ensures protection while diving, especially for extended periods. There is an ample amount of creature comfort in Volvo V90.

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