Here you will find monthly and yearly Canadian and U.S. sales figures for the Volvo S90. The S90 and V90 were introduced in 2016 as a replacement to the Volvo S80 sedan and V70 station wagon. See how Volvo S90/V90 sales compare to the other models in the premium large car segment.
The S90 was introduced at the end of 2016 to replace the Volvo S80L. The S90 is only available as the stretched version in China, just like many of its competitors. Volvo doesn’t call it the S90L as you would expect, just S90 Long wheelbase, but the badge on the back only reads S90. Compared to the regular S90 as it is sold in North America and Europe, Volvo has stretched the wheelbase by 12cm to give rear passengers more legroom. Like the S60L, Volvo exports of the S90L to North America (and Europe) from its factory in Daqing.
Volvo also makes an ultra-luxury 3-seat top-of-the-line version called S90 Excellence. 3 seats mean no front passenger seat to give more room to the rear passenger, which is usually the owner of this kind of chauffeur-driven car. The S90 has two powertrain options, both 2-liter turbocharged petrol engines mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission: a base 190hp/300Nm version and an optional 254hp/350Nm version. The S90 Excellence is only available with the same drivetrain that powers the XC90 T8: a 400hp plug-in hybrid version of the same engine. Prices for the Volvo S90 range from 369.800 yuan (€ 50.300,- / US$53,800) to 551.800 yuan (€ 75.000,- / US$80,250), which is similar to the Jaguar XFL and the Audi A6L and very competitive to the BMW 5-Series L and Mercedes-Benz E-Class L.