Volvo V90 Lease Specials Near Newport News, VA

What You Get With a Volvo V90 Cross Country Lease

If you automatically think that an SUV is the way to go if you're after a spacious and powerful ride, we recommend you take a second look at a Volvo V90 lease. This wagon is 195.2 inches long, affording the person in the driver's seat and their front-seat passenger 42.2 inches of front-seat legroom.

It has a very accommodating cargo area, measuring 25.2 cubic feet. However, you can fold the second-row seats down to enjoy 69 cubic feet of storage room. Besides being large, this vehicle is also in charge. Learn more about its performance and amenities here.

Why Lease a Volvo V90?

The Volvo V90 used to come in the standard model and an off-road-ready variant known as the Volvo V90 Cross Country. As people fell in love with the Cross Country, it became the standard, and the new Volvo V90 for sale currently features a four-cylinder supercharged and turbocharged engine that makes 295 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. An automatic transmission and all-wheel drive also help provide you with smoother travel and better traction.

As part of Volvo automakers' ongoing efforts to improve their vehicles, every one of their gasoline-powered vehicles features mild-hybrid technology. Regenerative braking allows drivers to capture kinetic energy and convert it into electricity when they bring their vehicle to a stop. This energy is stored in a battery to help in boosting the wagon's fuel economy. As a result, you can expect an EPA-estimated 22/29/25 MPG (City/Highway/Combined).1

Standard amenities include a laminated panoramic moonroof, leather upholstery, a four-zone climate system, and a 360-degree camera. Available features range from front seat ventilation to front seat massage settings.

What Are the Benefits of Our 2023 Volvo V90 Lease Deals?

A new car can make a significant difference in your day-to-day life, but you don't necessarily need to own that car in order to reap the benefits. With a Volvo V90 lease, you'll get to experience this vehicle's quick acceleration, 3,500-pound towing capacity when properly equipped, and heated front seats. However, you won't have to pay as much as you would for one of our finance deals on the same trim because you aren't building equity.

Additionally, leasing works around changing circumstances. If you will be doing more city driving and parking and decide you want to lease a Volvo V60 instead of purchasing one, its smaller dimensions will make it easier to maneuver. Maybe, you'll want a three-row SUV like the Volvo XC90. The choice is yours. You can even ask our team about a Volvo V90 private lease, which can come with shorter terms.

Visit Wynne Volvo Cars in Hampton, VA, to Explore Lease Deals

Stop by our dealership for a test drive of your preferred vehicle near Newport News, VA. We can get you behind the wheel of either a Plus or Ultimate trim of the Volvo V90 or we can set you up with another offer altogether, like a 2023 Volvo S90 lease, depending on your preferences. No matter what, you're in for an excellent ride.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the Volvo V90 a good choice for leasing?

The Volvo V90 is a great choice for leasing. It is a spacious and powerful wagon with mild-hybrid technology. However, we are still hoping that Volvo automakers come up with a plug-in hybrid or electric version. If they do so in the next few years, leasing affords you the flexibility to jump into one of these new vehicles easily.

How many miles can I get on a Volvo V90 lease?

Refresh this page or reach out to our team for details on the annual mileage cap associated with our current Volvo V90 lease specials. In some cases, this might be 7,500 miles per year for a total of 22,500 miles. However, this cap may be negotiable if you have different driving habits. Those who drive considerably more than that should weigh one of our financing deals.

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1For more information, please visit the official US government source for all fuel economy at www.fueleconomy.gov.