So my V90 has been with me for almost 2.5 years now and it's pretty much perfect. I rented an Audi Q5 in Colorado and the tight handling feel was great, as was the faster infotainment boot up, but so much else wasn't. In particular, the infotainment controls were dumb. In my Volvo, I touch the Car Play screen and I'm done. In the Audi you're tick tick ticking the wheel to get to the thing you want and it just feels like a waste of time when the screen is right there and if you could just press on it... anyway. Very few cars have touch screens for the actual infotainment system, especially in the premium but under $50,000 segment.
Right now, I'm planning to keep the V90 and grab and XC40 for our second car.
Just wondering if I am missing anything? Seems like the Q3, X1/2, etc. all lack the XC40's amazing touch-screen capability.