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.
Engine:2.0 D5 PP
This 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel engine features Volvo’s Power Pulse technology, which uses compressed air to help the turbocharger kick in more promptly. The result is superbly urgent acceleration from low revs, and this doesn't fall away as you push on. It's just a shame the standard eight-speed automatic gearbox can sometimes dither, hindering your progress. If you want an all-wheel drive diesel, this is your only option.