2017 VOLVO S90



above average
32,676 Miles
Miles below average

Vehicle Details

Mileage: 32676
Color: Black
Body Style: Sedan
Trim Level: T6 Inscription AWD
Doors: 4
Transmission: Automatic
Engine Type: 2L B4204TS
Drive Train: FWD
Fuel: Gasoline
Location: Burlington, MA
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Option & Equipment

Leather Seats
Navigation System
Adaptive Cruise Control
Alloy Wheels
Backup Camera
Remote Start
Heated Seats


SERVICE WORK Service Work completed on this Volvo S90 includes: Complete Multi-Point Inspection by factory trained technicians, Oil Filter Change Using Original OEM Parts, Battery Voltage Test, Tires Inspected, Brake Inspection, Emissions System Check, Professional Detailed Inside and Out, Function Test all Lights, Check the Complete Exhaust System, Cooling System Inspection, Transmission Fluid Inspection, Differential Fluid Inspection, Function Test all Options Accessories. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE We hand pick each member of our Herb Chambers Audi Porsche Burlington team for their high level of competency, vast knowledge base, eagerness to learn late-breaking technology, ability to relate to drivers from all walks of life, and commitment to keeping Herb Chambers a pressure-free environment. KEY FEATURES INCLUDE Leather Seats, Navigation, Sunroof, All Wheel Drive, Rear Air EXPERTS ARE SAYING Edmunds.com's review says 'The S90's seats are some of the best in the business. with support and adjustments suited for extended periods of driving. With 36 inches of legroom, the rear seat of the S90 offers plenty of room for an average-size adult sitting behind a 6-foot driver.'. .[!@@Additional Info@@!]4 Cylinder Engine,4-Wheel ABS,4-Wheel Disc Brakes,8-Speed A/T,AM/FM Stereo,Adaptive Cruise Control,Adjustable Steering Wheel,All Wheel Drive,Aluminum Wheels,Auto Transmission w/Manual Mode,Auto-Off Headlights,Back-Up Camera,Brake Assist,Bucket Seats,Child Safety Locks,Compact Spare Tire,Cooled Driver Seat,Cruise Control,Daytime Running Lights,Driver Air Bag,Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror,Driver Lumbar,Driver Vanity Mirror,Dual Zone A/C,Electrochromic rearview mirror,Electronic Stability Control,Fog Lamps,Front Floor Mats,Gasoline Fuel,Headlights-Auto-Leveling,Heated Driver Seat,Heated Mirrors,Integrated Turn Signal Mirrors,Intermittent Wipers,Keyless Entry,Lane Keeping Assist,Leather Seats,Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel,MP3 Player,Mirror Memory,Navigation,Onboard Communications System,Pass-Through Rear Seat,Passenger Air Bag,Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror,Passenger Lumbar,Passenger Vanity Mirror,Power Door Locks,Power Driver Mirror,Power Driver Seat,Power Passenger Seat,Power Steering,Power Windows,Premium Sound System,Rear Air,Rear Defrost,Rear Head Air Bag,Remote Engine Start,Satellite Radio,Seat Memory,Side Head Air Bag,Smart Device Integration,Steering Wheel Controls,Sunroof,Tire Pressure Monitoring System,Tires - Front Performance,Tires - Rear Performance,Trip Computer,Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers,Vehicle Anti-Theft System,WiFi Hotspot,Woodgrain Interior Trim,iPod/MP3 Input

Recalls & Defects

VIN YV1A22MLXH1017371 may have been recalled. Check full report for more information


Volvo Cars of North America, LLC (Volvo) is recalling certain model year 2016-2017 Volvo XC90 and S90 vehicles manufactured April 15, 2015 through September 19, 2016. In the affected vehicles, the drain hose for the air conditioning may leak into the passenger compartment due to a drain hose installation error during manufacturing.

Vehicle Rating & Owner Reviews

Overall Rating
  Based on 1 reviews


David Coker on 03/29/2017

Performance: 0 Comfort: 0 Fuel Economy: 0 Fun To Drive: 0 Interior Design: 0 Exterior Design: 0 Build Quality: 0 Reliability: 0 Comfort Rating: 3 Performance Rating: 3 Interior Rating: 3 Reliability Rating: 1 Safety Rating: 3 Technology Rating: 1 Value Rating: 1

AFTER 3,500 miles: OK, this car looks great, drives great, handles great, very comfortable ride, etc. Now for the reality check: (1) Its European, so you're stuck with that ridiculous and battery draining "auto on-off" garbage. The auto on-off is absolutely awful, and when you turn it off, the stupid car always turns it back on next time you drive. It will drain your battery, it will be sloppy on the take off occasionally, and it will become annoying for anyone who has even a few mg of testosterone in their bloodstream. So annoying is that auto on-off crap, that this dangerous PoS is officially my last European car.; (2) The onboard navigation is simply dangerous to attempt to use, you will risk harm to yourself and others if you attempt to actually navigate using the onboard system...and that's assuming you've managed to figure out just how the hell to actually enter a destination address. Plaintiff's lawyers: check with your client to make sure they weren't trying to actually use Volvo's navigation system at the time they were injured, based on my personal experience, any driver attempting to use Volvo's on board navigation system likely ended up in an accident as a direct result of attempting to use it while driving. Stick with Carplay, Carplay (or your phone) is safer and, unlike the Volvo navigation system, it actually functions as a way to find your way around.; (3) The obsolete, permanently installed, horrible touch screen. By the time you take delivery of your car, that permanently mounted iPad wannabe monstrosity is already obsolete. To make matters worse, it takes a LONG time to boot up, so long that you'll be 3 miles down the road before the system will finish booting to allow you to adjust your climate, radio, or basically anything inside of the car...image if someone installed a Windows Vista computer to run your car...that's EXACTLY what driving this car is like.; (4) The usb plug ins for Carplay and in general are located in the dumbest place imaginable: in the center console inside the locking cover. There is no way to route the cord, so you must choose to either hide your phone away in a compartment so that you can actually have a working navigation system through your phone, or pretend its 2005 and balance your phone on your knee with no ability to plug into Apple Carplay without having the giant center console door up and banging your right elbow.; (5) The auto parking, while clever, works about 3 out of every 10 attempts and is simply terrifying for all vehicle occupants when it does decide to actually work.; (6) It constantly flashes extremely annoying, ex-wife-like reminders at you...for example, you'll be driving along and suddenly this car will notify you that maybe you need to pull over and rest...seriously, I can't make this stuff up.; (7) The "piloting" system is a clever thing to show off to your friends...one time...and I'm sure helps dealers dupe suckers, but in reality, is useless since if you don't grasp the steering wheel just right, it turns off after 15 seconds.; (8) The climate control system is ENTIRELY dependent upon the same Windows Vista like computer that doesn't work properly, so guess what? Yup, you'll be on the phone via bluetooth and the car will suddenly jack the AC to max, thereby drowning out your conversation, but never fear, because THAT only happens AFTER the computer finishes booting up.; (10) ENDLESS ghosts in the machine. Man, I could write a dissertation on all the weird stuff this car does. Screen occasionally decides to just jump to auto park mode, sometimes jumps to climate control mode, and most of the time the computer can't figure out if the car is in reverse or not, so a lot of times I'll be driving along looking at a rear camera view of the cars behind me...while driving down the highway at 35mph. A/C sometimes responds, sometimes doesn't, Synchronizing the temperatures sometimes works, sometimes doesn't. Basically, Volvo built a kick-ass, cool looking, fast, vehicle....then let some engineer's ex-wife permanently install a computer that seems hell bent on putting Volvo out of business as an automobile manufacturer. STAY FAR AWAY FROM THIS P.O.S.!!!!! What will really scare the living bejeezus out of you is that this same computer causing all your headaches, HAS THE CAPABILITY OF TAKING COMPLETE CONTROL OF THE VEHICLE!!!!! That's right, it can randomly decide to not only apply your brakes, at the same time, it will cinch down all seatbelts HARD as it applies hard braking to avoid whatever mythical and unseen beast the computer thinks it saw, or my personal favorite: when it goes over a bump in the highway. Let me tell you: There is nothing quite as terrifying as driving a car at 60mph and having said car suddenly turn into a four wheeled terminator that seems to want its occupants dead. FINALLY: This $60,000 anti-human turd will leave you stranded. 3rd loaner in 4 months of ownership.

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