The Volvo V90 provides more than enough space for four adults and their luggage, but it may well be a surprise that some alternatives do have bigger boots
The standard leather seats are soft and relaxing so there’s really no need to spec up to the optional sports seats – they also take up more interior space.
Nearly five meters in length the V90 will happily fit four tall adults, but they’ll feel a little tighter than they would in a Mercedes E-Class.
Storage space is good in the V90 with two large cupholders, big glovebox and decent door bins. However there is nothing clever such as the wireless phone charging cubby that you can have in a Skoda Superb Estate.
What little the Volvo V90 lacks in outright boot capacity, it more than makes up for with lots of useful features that help make it easy to live with on a day-to-day basis
People used to buy Volvo estates for their enormous boots so it may surprise that the V90 doesn’t lead the class in this respect. With a capacity ranging from 560 to 1,526 litres with the rear seats down it’s still very practical, but that maximum capacity is about 150 litres less than a A6 Avant offers – or two soft bags in luggage terms.