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Volvo adds T5 petrol engine to S90, V90 and XC90

Volvo V90 T5

Volvo S90, V90 and XC90 models are now available with a more potent T5 petrol engine.

The 2.0-litre four-cylinder unit is turbocharged and produces 250PS.

In the S90 saloon, the T5 engine emits 154g/km of CO2.

With prices starting at £41,120 for the R Design model, company car drivers will pay £5,000 a year in Benefit-in-kind (40% taxpayer).

The T5 is the most powerful non-hybrid in the line-up, giving the S90 a 0-62mph acceleration time of 6.8 seconds.

Read about our experience with a Volvo S90 D4 over a six-month period here.

In the V90 it achieves 41.5mpg and 157g/km, and from 38.2mpg and 172g/km with all-wheel drive in the Cross Country.

Prices start at £43,120 for the V90 T5 R-Design and £44,685 for the V90 T5 Cross Country.

In the XC90 SUV, the T5 with all-wheel drive costs from £50,435 in Momentum specification.

The XC90 T5 AWD achieves 35.8mpg and 184g/km, while acceleration to 62mph takes 7.9 seconds.

Benefit-in-kind tax for the XC90 T5 costs around £100 per year more than the less-potent D5, although the T5 uses more fuel.

Jon Wakefield, managing director of Volvo Car UK, said: "The T5 petrol engine is a superb addition to the S90, V90 and XC90 ranges. This cutting-edge engine brings increased choice for our customers, and offers strong performance with excellent efficiency and refinement. We're sure it'll be a hit with retail and business users alike."

Full CO2 emissions data and prices for the Volvo S90, V90 and XC90 can be viewed in the Fleet News company car tax calculator.



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