The S90 sedan was earlier available only in top spec Inscription and now the company introduced Momentum variant, which is priced at Rs. 51.90 lakh (Ex-Showroom)
Volvo is expanding the model lineup to make them more accessible for buyers as the company recently introduced new variants of XC90, XC60 and XC40. The S90 sedan was earlier available only in top spec Inscription and now the company introduced Momentum variant, which is priced at Rs. 51.90 lakh (Ex-Showroom).
The entry-level model is almost 7 lakh cheaper than Inscription variant and misses out on certain features. The exterior changes start with a piano black finish for front grille instead of chrome on premium variant and alloy wheels are 18 inch with a simple design instead of diamond cut.
Like the XC60 Momentum model, the S90 also retains important features like LED headlamps at front and rear. The premium design of interior along with wood finish on the dashboard continues on the entry-level model, but the company has skipped several features to cut down the price.
The Momentum variant misses out Bowers and Wilkins audio system, head-up-display, hands-free tailgate, rear sunshade, foldable rear seats, ventilation and massaging on the front seat, but the entry-level model has retained several features like leather seats, 12-inch digital instrument cluster, 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system and more.
Volvo has given rear camera but the 360-degree system is available only on the Inscription model. The only safety feature missing on the entry-level model is blind spot monitoring as it comes with 6 airbags, ABS, EBD, adaptive cruise control with the pilot assist, hill start, Isofix seat mountings, traction control and more.
The S90 is powered by 2.0 L four-cylinder diesel engine producing 190 hp of power at 4,250 rpm and 400 Nm of torque between 1,750 rpm and 2,500 rpm. This engine is mated to 8-speed automatic gearbox and power is sent to the front wheels only. Volvo S90 competes against BMW 5 Series, Mercedes Benz E Class, Jaguar XF and Audi A6.