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Volvo adds petrol engines to S90 and V90 car ranges

Volvo has launched new petrol-engined versions of its S90 and V90 ranges.

Volvo has launched new T4 petrol-engined versions of its S90 and V90.

The new models feature an automatic gearbox as standard. They offer 190PS and official combined fuel economy of 42.2mpg in the S90 and 40.9mpg in the V90.

CO2 emissions for the new engine are rated from 153g/km, this means BiK tax is around £300 per year more than the equivalent diesel.

The T4 engine joins the S90 and V90 ranges alongside the T6 in the V90 Cross Country, which was the first V90 variant to be offered as a pure petrol.

Volvo Car UK’s head of business sales Steve Beattie said: “Petrol is becoming an increasingly popular choice with motorists, including business users.

"It’s imperative we offer the range of engines that our customers demand, and we expect strong interest in the S90 and V90 T4.

T4 vs D4 comparison


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