The all-new Volvo V90 Cross Country is an exceptionally thrilling option


There's little doubt that wagons don't sell particularly well in the US--it's why many models have had to be discontinued, and why drivers in Fort Washington and Philadelphia on the hunt for a wagon may have a hard time finding exactly what they're looking for.

But, with the first-ever Volvo V90 Cross Country model--a bold new offering in a market that currently seems to prefer the hulking SUVs of the pre-gas-hike era--the Volvo brand is looking to change all that.

What sets the new Volvo V90 Cross Country apart from other models in the Volvo lineup; and from other competing wagons currently on the market, like the Subaru Outback or the Audi allroad?

For one: legendary Volvo reliability and safety. But it goes beyond that--the new model offers 8.2 inches of ground clearance, more than an Audi allroad, and a retuned suspension. Under the hood, a standard supercharged and turbocharged four-cylinder engine creates 316 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, way more than a Subaru Outback's standard performance.

A heftier ride height, new body cladding, and a tough new design blend perfectly to create the most capable V90 ever.

Want to know more about Volvo V90 Cross Country release date, arrival date, specs, features, inventory, or lease deals? Keep an eye on our blog, or contact Volvo Cars of Fort Washington directly to keep in-the-know about the new model.

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