Volvo XC90, the ultimate luxury-SUV by Swedish brand Volvo. Already thanks to IKEA, and all the other Brands from the Scandinavian region, we know: they are good at design. Volvo is just another glorious example. Whilst their cars weren’t that pretty in the well-used, their latest models are so pretty, I’d place them in my living room as art-pieces. The well used dose of metallic highlights in the exterior and interior make alone make them way prettier than cars by other manufacturers, in my opinion. Sometimes, plans don’t go the exact way planned, and so I had just a very quick alpine adventure with the Volvo XC90, of course including a nice “Place with a view” I hadn’t visited yet.
Already sitting inside the Volvo XC90 Momentum feels so good. You have a high seating position, can overlook everything on the streets, but the seats are also not too couch-like, you don’t sink into them and have a good feeling behind the steering wheel. Besides Safety and good comfort, good sound comes directly after, when it comes to most important car features to me. What would be a long Trip without good, I mean really good, sound? Volvo uses the sound system by Bowers&Wilkins and wow, even mp3 tunes are so clear and the bass inside the car is also incredible.
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