V90 Cross Country Comparison Models

Volvo V90 Cross Country

Ground Clearance: 8.2″

Starting MSRP: $55,300

Engine: 2.0 L 4-cylinder

Fuel Economy: 22 city / 30 highway, combined: 26mpg

Horsepower: 316 horsepower

 

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All-wheel drive is standard on the V90 Cross Country wagon, and it comes with a spacious 32.3 cubic feet of cargo space behind the back seats. This rugged wagon also goes from 0 to 60 in just 6 seconds. Also standard on this vehicle is the panoramic sunroof, leather, navigation, adaptive LED headlights, park assist and so much more. The V90 Cross Country comes with so many standard features while staying under $56,000. You’ll enjoy getting combined gas efficiency of 26 mpg, and will love driving a rugged vehicle that is capable of off-roading, while being beautiful for everyday city driving during the week.

 

 

Audi A4 Allroad

Ground Clearance: 6.5″

Starting MSRP: $44,000

Engine: 2.0 L 4-cylinder

Fuel Economy: 23 city / 28 highway, combined: 25.5mpg

Horsepower: 252 horsepower

 

The Audi A4 Allroad is another off-road wagon option. This vehicle offers different drive modes and is a raised option compared to its sedan version. Like the V90 Cross Country you’ll get leather seating surfaces as standard equipment. What you won’t find on the Audi A4 Allroad, is the standard panoramic moonroof or as much power. The V90 Cross Country comes packed with a punch of 316 horsepower, whereas the A4 Allroad carries 252 horsepower. Other great things to note are better fuel economy on the V90 Cross Country and also the higher lift. Volvo’s higher lifted wagon gives it the true off-road capability that adventurers are looking for.

 

 

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon

Ground Clearance: 6.14″

Starting MSRP: $62,300

Engine: 3.0 L V6

Fuel Economy: 22 city / 30 highway, combined: 26mpg

Horsepower: 329 horsepower

 

The Mercedes-Benz E-Class wagon is a 7-seater wagon option. Like Volvo’s SPA vehicles, the E-Class offers different settings for the powertrain, suspension, and steering. Unfortunately, in the E-Class for some reason, there is a lack of intuition when it comes to changing drive modes.