Directly: Volvo V90 Cross Country Test
Volvo released the first raised station wagon in 1997: a model called the V70 XC was made from the usual "seventies." The car received four-wheel drive with a viscous coupling on the rear axle, increased ground clearance, as well as bumpers and wheel arches of unpainted plastic. The first Cross Country even blocked the rear differential! The second generation of the model has gained even higher clearance, a good choice of engines - several gasoline and diesel D5, as well as its own name XC70. The third-generation station wagon has naturally become even larger and more solid, and the fourth generation Cross Country has finally become a practical and beautiful car.
V90 has an outstanding appearance, and the front bumper is even more interesting than the sedan"> V90 has an outstanding appearance, and the front bumper is even more interesting than the sedan
The dashing tilt of the tailgate glass gives the wagon swiftness"> The dashing tilt of the tailgate glass gives the wagon swiftness
Volvo headlights with Torus Hammer running lights"> Volvo headlights with Torus Hammer running lights