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2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country


City 22 MPG Hwy 30 MPG

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Overall Rating:
4.9 (out of 5)
Value 4.7
Exterior 5
Interior 4.9
Comfort 4.9
Performance 4.9
Reliability 4.9
Complicated luxury

by Tmsc14 from Hilton head sc | February 25, 2020

Just shy of loving this car. It’s perfect in every way except. 1 the side mirrors sit to far back needs to be moved 6 inches forward. 2 the blis light is to small to see on the side mirrors. Of course moving the mirrors forward might solve this problem 3 give me more buttons less touch screen. A car should not be this complicated to operate. 4 in the old days you started a car and waited a minute for the oil to circulate. Now you start a car and wait a minute for the computer to figure everything out. Need more ram????? All that said. I’d buy another one.

Good blend of characteristics of a wagon and SUV

by RNords from Rector, PA | April 02, 2019

Very solid, luxurious vehicle. My wife and I love driving our V 90. It’s handling, comfort, and safety features are outstanding. We drove up snowy mountain roads to ski slopes all winter with amazing traction and confidence.

Luxury and Safety All in One

by lskmuse from Falmouth | July 09, 2018

Gorgeous performing car with elegant European interior styling. Every comfort and every technical advantage while sooooo user friendly. I feel incredibly in control on the highway and on my local winding road. Its a WOW!

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2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country Overview

Volvo recently expanded its lineup with the S90 sedan and is again adding to it with the 2017 V90 Cross Country. It debuted at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show. With the V90 Cross Country, Volvo continues its long history of producing wagons and then uprating them to go off-road.

New for 2017

As you'd expect from a car designed to go off-road, the V90 Cross Country rides higher than a conventional car. And the wagon features a long hood that, while it looks great, might make it hard to judge where the front of the car is in tight spaces. Volvo said it tested the car in a secret testing area in the "frozen north of Sweden," so hopefully engineers checked that out while they were up there.

The rest of the V90 follows the traditional Volvo styling, with the automaker's family grille, Thor's hammer headlights and chiseled body parts.

There aren't a lot of specifics about exactly what luxury surfaces await inside the V90 Cross Country, but Volvo assures us it's "sumptuous," and will feature the connectivity and entertainment features of the Volvo S90 and V90. Presumably, this also means Apple CarPlay and Android Auto will be available.

That also includes the option of a Bowers & Wilkins stereo system.

Under the Hood
There's one engine available for the V90 Cross Country, a 316-horsepower, supercharged and turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder that's matched to an eight-speed automatic transmission. The V90 Cross Country comes with all-wheel drive standard and its ground clearance is 8.3 inches.

Volvo hasn't released much information about the standard and optional safety features of the V90 Cross Country, but the company does pride itself on its commitment to safety, so check back for more information.

Overview courtesy of Cars.com