Review shows you the hits and misses of the 2018 Volvo V90

The Swedish alternative for an estate car was never as appealing

After dodging a bankruptcy situation a few years ago, Volvo is on an ascending path, even threatening the premium German triad.

The V90 estate is one of the latest addition to Volvo models lineup, a comprehensive, premium mix of safety, space, and comfort all wrapped up in a very appealing package.

As we all know by now, Volvo believes that a 2.0-liter four-pot can suffice a buyer’s needs, no matter how big the car is — even the largest XC90 is limited to four-cylinder units only. Moreover, the Swedish carmaker plans on enhancing the conventional fuel-fed lumps with electric power — an important step towards an all-electric future.

The V60 as tested by the Carwow’s Mat Watson is a 232 hp D5 which on paper sounds like being enough for your everyday needs but also shows a frustrating delay in the case of a full-throttle situation. Now we’re going to let you watch the full, in-depth review, as there is more to it than you’d expect.