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Help us reach 50,000 SUBSCRIBERS! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVx5ZqHmGq1PZE_4GUxIe8w Today we take a full in depth review of the 2018 Volvo XC90 Inscription! *** We have BFS Decals!! Send an email to email@example.com indicating your color preference and PayPal address! $3 (red, blue, bronze, black) *** This is the 2018 Volvo XC90 Inscription! This particular model has the 2.0L 4 cylinder supercharged and turbocharged engine! Two other options are available, a turbocharged and turbo/supercharged with the hybrid option. This SUV has 3 models the T5, T6, and T8 with multiple options to choose from! The interior is prestigious with brown nappa leather with wood inlays. I love the driving experience of the SUV and the capability it has for storage space along with 7 full size people is very impressive! The storage behind the third row is very roomy and with 3 other trim levels including the Excellence, very competitive vehicle in it's class! Volvo of Greenville: http://www.volvoofgreenville.com Music By: Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Low rider / Spring Light Follow us on Instagram..@BrosFOURRSpeed Like us on Facebook..Facebook.com/brosfourrspeed
You're forgiven if the words "three-row crossover" don't exactly spike your attention. Buying such a vehicle is often driven by a need rather than a want. Yet luxury automakers have done an admirable job of making these family-haulers more appealing by stuffing them with premium materials, hewing their metal into eye-pleasing shapes and engineering relaxing driving experiences.
Take, for instance, this Volvo XC90. A far cry from the boxy 850 wagon you remember from your youth, this Volvo delivers big doses of premium-ness everywhere you look. Though it's easy to pick fault with it in a few areas, overall this XC90 ranks highly on our gotta-have-it list.
One reason we like the XC90 so much is that it's far prettier than any of its competition. It's easy for a three-row crossover to turn out as a dull box, but Volvo's designers manage to drape delicate sheetmetal over the XC90's bones in a way that draws the eye. On this tester, the graceful Denim Blue bodywork contrasts against chrome and brushed-metal accents. Bold lighting elements, with LEDs and the well-known "Thor's Hammer" running lights, also add curb appeal. It's an understated and elegant look -- quite the opposite of Volvo's smallest crossover, the brash XC40.
The cabin shows just as well as the exterior, and not only because this Inscription model has genuine walnut wood trim and soft, brown Nappa leather everywhere (even on the key fob!) and drilled-metal speaker grilles for the optional Bowers & Wilkins stereo. A high seating position and low cowl provide excellent forward visibility, while the massive panoramic sunroof keeps things light and airy (you can, of course, occlude the sky with a powered sunshade). The control structure is one of simplicity: just a handful of buttons on the steering wheel and a few buttons below the touchscreen on the center stack.
The dashboard remains uncluttered in part because almost all the car's controls and settings are stuffed into the 9-inch Sensus infotainment system. That sounds good in principle until you're fighting to turn on the heated seats or crank up the air conditioning right after starting the car; the touchscreen takes an age to boot up and it's frustrating to tap the screen with no response. The same goes for tweaking common car functions, like the stop-start system or changing active-safety settings, requiring more tapping and swiping than we'd like.
Sensus' operation and functionality is quite divisive even among Roadshow staff, so we'd strongly recommend playing with the system on your test drive before committing to buying an XC90. Personally, I find the crisp, high-contrast graphics layout easy on the eyes and helpful for reading at a glance while driving. Moreover, I find the arrangement of on-screen controls straightforward and simple to understand.
The display defaults to a four-tile home screen that always shows navigation, audio and phone information, with the bottom-most tile reserved for the most recently used feature (e.g. fuel economy info, Apple CarPlay). Swipe right to show a dizzying array of buttons for adjusting all of the car's options, from the aforementioned safety systems to things like the head-up display options. Swipe left for tiles to switch audio sources, activate apps like Spotify internet radio or pull up menus for the equalizer, trip information or other vehicle info. Support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard.
Safety technology is in abundance, as is the case with all modern Volvos. The Pilot Assist mode for the adaptive cruise control, for instance, will help steer the XC90 on the highway. Other features include a 360-degree camera, parking sensors, self-parking, precollision warning and brake, lane-keep assist and blind-spot monitoring. One nice touch: Where so many cars use strident electronic beeps for these systems' notifications, the Volvo plays pleasant musical chimes for things like parking-sensor warnings.