The 2020 Volvo V90 vs the 2020 Volvo V90 Cross Country

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Wagons aren’t nearly as popular as they once were, but they still make excellent vehicles. If you’re not crazy about SUVs and need more space than a sedan offers, a wagon could be the perfect choice, and a great new model is the 2020 Volvo V90. But in addition to the base model, there is also the Cross Country to consider, and both have their own unique features.

How the Volvo V90 and Volvo V90 Cross Country Match Up


The biggest difference between the Volvo V90 and the Volvo V90 Cross Country is what you’ll find under the hood. The base engine – called the T5 – is a 250-horsepower 2.0-liter unit. However, the Cross Country comes with the T6 engine, which is a turbo- and supercharged 2.0-liter configuration that puts out 316 horsepower. Both engines are paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission.


While both models will give you great acceleration, you’ll definitely notice a little more oomph with the T6 engine. Plus, it comes standard with all-wheel drive, while the base comes with front-wheel drive. The Cross Country also has an off-road driving mode and a higher ride height, so it’s designed to tackle some of the rougher terrain you may encounter around Brownsburg.

Tech and Safety

Volvo cars now come with many advanced features, and both the Volvo V90 and Volvo V90 Cross Country have several standard tech components, such as an infotainment system with a 9-inch touchscreen, navigation, Android Auto™, and Apple CarPlay™. Active steering for collision prevention, rear cross-traffic alert, and rain-sensing windshield wipers are just a few of the safety features that come standard.

To learn more about the Volvo V90 and Volvo V90 Cross Country, just come down to Tom Wood Volvo.

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