Volvo's V90 R-Design Price Tag Finally Revealed

Feb 11, 2017 10:18 PM EST | Carl Anthony Teves

The luxury vehicle manufacturer Volvo has recently released their price for the V90 R-Design. It is the least expensive version with the price of $50,945.

This model comes with the powertrain T5. It is made with the manufacturer's 2.0 liter four cylinder turbocharged engine that can run go for up to 250 horsepower and a torque of 258 lb-ft.

V90 R-Design model has a sporty image from its chassis, interior metal trim, and leather upholstery in gray, sports pedals, exterior trim, grille, steering wheel, shift knob, illuminated sill moldings, key fob, and carpet. It also has a dynamic chassis inscription, four choices full leather color, seats with power-adjustable support, walnut trim, cushion extenders, power cargo cover, ventilated and heated front seats, and a unique 19-inch wheels design.

Since this V90 R-Design is made to order, it can offer more customization options based on the personal wants of the buyers. Depending on its powertrain and trim levels, there are over 20 single options which customers are not forced to buy or include with their packages such as the sound system from Bowers & Wilkins that cost $3200, a head-up display for $900, another $900 360-camera. They are also not mandated to go with the 20 inches wheels for $800, booster seats that cost $500, the automated assistance for parking for $500, and the $300 heated steering wheel.

There is no argument as to the looks of the R-Design since it is a head turner. Aside from the looks and other features, the offered of customization is an adequate allurement to the buyers to wait for their special request to be made than going for a Cross Country.

Meanwhile, this wagon already comes with a standard driving capability of the manufacturer's Pilot Assist that works at a speed of 80 mph up. In addition, it also comes with a cruise control, emergency braking which is automated with an additional pedestrian and animal detection, blind spot monitoring, lane assist, panoramic roof, and Volvo's 12.3 inches touchscreen, Sensus.

 

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