The all-new Volvo V90 Cross Country joins the lineup of recently redesigned vehicles from Volvo. This large and luxurious crossover wagon picks up where the now discontinued XC70 wagon leaves off. It builds on the premium appointments, utility, and all-wheel-drive capability and takes it into the future.
The V90 is now the pinnacle of Volvo’s Cross Country wagon lineup. The car is based on the S90/V90 architecture, but the Cross Country version has a higher ground clearance, 8.3 inches in total. This is 2.3 inches more than a S90 or V90.
The wagon is powered by a 2.0L super-turbocharged four-cylinder with 316 horsepower @ 5,700 rpm and 295 lb-ft of torque @ 2,200 rpm. Fuel efficiency is estimated at 22 MPG in the city and 30 MPG on the highway. The V90 Cross Country starts at $55,300, and a fully-loaded model can reach over $73,000.
Check out this recording of the V90 Cross Country press briefing to learn everything you ever wanted to know about the new crossover wagon.