The S80 doesn't deliver the level of performance or luxury expected in this class, particularly because of its stiff ride, tight rear seat, and unremarkable performance. The lone powertrain for 2016 is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo engine with an eight-speed automatic transmission; the turbo six-cylinder with all-wheel drive has been dropped. Handling is sound and predictable. The interior is well-finished, and the front seats are comfortable, but for a sedan of its size, rear-seat room is cramped and cabin access is compromised. A collision warning system is available. Updates for 2016 include standard heated front seats. A replacement called the S90 goes on sale this summer with an interior design similar to that of the XC90 SUV.