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The Volvo V90 Cross Country
Discover a car where true all-road capability meets the best of Scandinavian design and Swedish craftsmanship.
Ready for every adventure
Built to make more of your adventures, the V90 Cross Country will get you there every time, in comfort. The black grille with chrome highlights, gloss black window trim and dual integrated tail pipes create a powerful impression. Optional 21-inch alloy wheels enhance the purposeful appearance. Inside, Comfort seats come upholstered in Fine Nappa leather with Cross Country stitching. And drivetrain technology such as Hill Descent Control keeps you on the move in challenging conditions.
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THE VOLVO V90 CROSS COUNTRY IN 360°
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Cross Country trim in detail
Beautiful alloy wheels, from 19-inch to 21-inch, increase the presence of the V90 Cross Country. Our characteristic diamond-cut finish creates a uniquely bold, technical look.
Charcoal body cladding as well as front and rear skid plates help to protect the car's bodywork. Increased ground clearance and 19-inch wheels as standard complete the rugged look.
All-Wheel Drive gives extra confidence in bad driving conditions. Off-Road mode recalibrates the car's responses to make off-road driving easier.
Black Walnut inlays
Exclusive to Cross Country, Black Walnut inlays are made from North American walnut with a symmetrical pattern, created using bookmatched veneers.
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Create your perfect Volvo V90. Choose from a wide range of colours, specifications and accessories designed to fit your life and your style perfectly.
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