Indepth Car Review: Volvo V90 FULL REVIEW D3 Momentum FWD MHD test 2017/2018 – Autogefühl

Indepth Car Review: Volvo V90 FULL REVIEW D3 Momentum FWD MHD test 2017/2018 – Autogefühl

Awesome Review: Volvo V90 FULL REVIEW D3 Momentum FWD MHD test 2017/2018 – Autogefühl



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19 Replies to “Indepth Car Review: Volvo V90 FULL REVIEW D3 Momentum FWD MHD test 2017/2018 – Autogefühl”

  1. Only ONE major problem with this car, the VERY small fuel tank, only 55 liters (not gallons)….with a fuel consumption at 8-9 liters you cannot travel far, really a shame!
    I know….I have one ! V90 T4.

  2. I don't understand how car manufacturers see the manual transmission as a budget thing. I'd love to have a T5/T6 AWD with a manual option, i just don't like automatics and i think there are many people like me. I like as much control as possible of the driving and it's really satisfying to shift a manual.

  3. Are there any differences between the models [Inscription, momentum, cross-country, r-design] in terms of "exterior dimentions" namely : length, width, height[altitude] ? any other exterior differences, e.g. colours….?

  4. Excellent video, great looking estate, the colour is gorgeous , looks great, I believe the reason that air suspension is available on the rear only, is down to the front end design, apparently not enough room for the units to fit under the bonnet !! may be because it is so low slung compared to say a XC90/XC60 where air suspension is available on all four wheels where the extra height at the front wings allow the air units to be fitted !!

  5. I'm surprised there was so much talk about the lack of rear air suspension, yet no mention of what it is really good for – self leveling with varying cargo loads. With this kind of "estate car" you can load it up with a lot of cargo, so the air suspension should maintain the ride height and proper vehicle attitude and avoid pointing the headlights to the sky. 😉 I also have to wonder if the GVWR or cargo capacity is specified differently with and without the air suspension.

  6. Pleasing review as always but still I wish the reviews would be more quantitative so that we could have a direct comparison: noise measurements with same device (it is difficult to measure and judge noise with an absolute scale, it can be subjective due to different frequencies/tones, personal perception etc); suspension/ride quality – cell phone with G-loads measurements when driving over the same bumps would give an idea 🙂

  7. Thomas when you test the backseats do you always leave the driverseat in the position as you would when you would use when driving? Also if it's possible it would be great if you could mention the price of the test vehicle you're testing considering they usually add optional extras. Great throughout review as always!

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