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2019 Volvo XC90 review – the best seven-seat SUV? | What Car?



Got a big family and need a big car? The Volvo XC90 is well known to this market. But did you know that there’s also a fantastic plug-in hybrid XC90 T8 Twin Engine version available? Find out everything you need to know about the entire XC90 range by watching our review.

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  1. You do not have to use the screen to adjust the climate control. Voice control is brilliant and never fails for setting the temperature either for the front two zones or the passenger alone. Even if one choses to use the screen, the control is always at the bottom of the screen and requires one touch to expand and normally one hit on the scale to get the desired temperature.
    Quick demist is controlled by a physical button to the side of the big volume knob on the dash, below the screen.

    Tyre noise is by far the biggest negative on these cars.

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