Volvo V60 Cross Country

If we had to pick from any modern Volvo, it would have to be the V90 Cross Country. Today, the Cross Country lineup expands with a slightly smaller sibling, the V60 Cross Country. The new V60 Cross Country sits almost 3 inches higher than the regular V60 wagon and features a new chassis and suspension to enhance its off-road capabilities. 

All-wheel-drive will come standard as well as Hill Descent Control, Electronic Stability Control, Corner Traction Control and it will have an exclusive Off-Road driving mode. As with any Volvo, safety was a major concern so you'll find City Safety with Autobrake standard, semi-autonomous Pilot Assist on well-marked roads at up to 80 mph, and a selection of additional safety systems such as Run-off Road Mitigation will come standard.

The V60 Cross Country will be available with a T5 AWD option and a mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid will follow soon after. No release date has been announced as of yet, though it has been confirmed that it will be available via the Care by Volvo subscription service. 

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