V90 Cross Country Comparison Models
Volvo V90 Cross Country
Ground Clearance: 8.2″
Starting MSRP: $55,300
Engine: 2.0 L 4-cylinder
Fuel Economy: 22 city / 30 highway, combined: 26mpg
Horsepower: 316 horsepower
Volvo’s newest wagon, the V90 Cross Country comes standard with all-wheel drive. It’s a nice, spacious wagon with 32.3 cubic feet behind the back seats. The V90CC goes from 0-60mph in only 6 seconds. There’s a plethora of standard features on this vehicle, including a very large panoramic sunroof, leather seating, navigation, adaptive LED headlights, park assist, and many more features. This fully loaded wagon still comes at an attractive price point below $56,000. Drivers will definitely enjoy the gas efficiency with a combined 26 MPG. You’ll find that it is adequately prepared for off-road weekend adventures, and as a sleek vehicle to drive throughout your work week.
Audi A4 Allroad
Ground Clearance: 6.5″
Starting MSRP: $44,000
Engine: 2.0L 4-cylinder
Fuel Economy: 23 city / 28 highway, combined 25.5MPG
Horsepower: 252 horsepower
Another luxury wagon available to consumers in America is the Audi A4 Allroad. The Allroad offers different drive modes, and also leather seating surfaces as does the Volvo V90 Cross Country. You’ll notice a price difference in the two vehicles, and that is really where the luxury part comes in. The Volvo wagon is packed with a panoramic sunroof, and the power of over 300 horsepower. The Allroad has 252 horsepower and the V90CC has 316 horsepower. A Volvo wagon will also get buyers better fuel economy, and it sits higher off the ground. The outdoorsy earth lover will take kindly to these characteristics of the V90 Cross Country over the slim offerings on the Allroad.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon
Ground Clearance: 6.14″
Starting MSRP: $62,300
Engine: 3.0L V6
Fuel Economy: 22 city / 30 highway, combined 26
Horsepower: 329 horsepower
Another option for buyers in the luxury wagon market is the Mercedes-Benz E-Class wagon. This wagon is actually a 7-seater option. Like Volvo’s SPA platform vehicles, including the new V90CC, the E-Class wagon offers different modes for the powertrain, suspension, and steering. Some say that this vehicle does not swap between drive modes very efficiently.
Interested in getting an up-close view of the V90 Cross Country? Visit us at Lovering Volvo Cars of Meredith at 251 Daniel Webster Highway. We can also be reached over the phone at 603-689-1851. Thank you, and we look forward to working with you!