The standard V90 is more comfortable to drive but, for those who need mud-plugging ability, the Cross Country is worth a look.read the full model review
Stepping up to Inscription brings an even higher level of cabin quality helped by a leather stitched dash, as well as a finer leather on the seats, a digital instrument cluster, larger 18in wheels and keyless entry. Given Momentum is so well equipped, we’d save the money and stick with that.
This 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel engine is the entry-level engine in the V90 range. It comes with the same eight-speed automatic transmission as the D5 version, but it has less low-down torque and requires significantly more throttle input to get up to speed. However, the power delivery is linear, and the engine is certainly powerful enough for most situations.