Cars.com Offers their First Impressions of the Volvo V90 Cross Country

With plenty of Volvo models available at the Chicago Auto Show, the Swedish automaker hopes to continue the successes of last year by bringing along the all-new Volvo V90 Wagon and its Cross Country counterpart into the limelight. Built on a fine balance between elegant style and practicality, this defined station wagon is determined to strike a similar chord as its relatives - made possible by the 12" Sensus Connect infotainment system amidst an interior wood trim and Nappa leather wrapped seats. Cars.com had some time for a hands-on look, and were not disappointed by what they saw:

The Volvo V90 offers a choice between two trim levels, R-Design and Inscription; each with the option of the 250-horsepower T5 FWD turbocharged Drive-E engine or the 316-horsepower T6 AWD turbo and supercharged powertrain. Regardless of what you choose, you'll find Apple CarPlay™, Blind Spot Information System, a Panoramic sunroof and more as standard features - while others such as Adaptive Cruise Control and Emergency Brake Assist appear in the Inscription trim.

As the Volvo V90 prepares for its launch this March, the staff members here at Demontrond Volvo are more excited than ever to welcome another station wagon to the Houston area. When they do arrive, you'll want to be at the front of the line for a test drive by making a visit to 14101 North Freeway and staking your claim. Don't miss out on what the V90 can do for you!

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