2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country is Like Driving a Robert Frost Poem With All Wheel Drive

It comes as no surprise that one of the best, new off-road wagons comes from a country that’s predominantly forest. We’re talking about the 2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country, which was born and bred in Sweden—a country known for its natural beauty. When it comes to enjoying that aesthetic, this new wagon provides a remarkably lavish lens in which to experience it.

In a recent review from MotorTrend, it’s clear that this latest Cross Country wagon—the release of which coincides with the 20th anniversary of the name, and its AWD system—is more than capable of fulfilling its mission. It rides 2.3 inches higher than the regular V90 for 8.3 inches total ground clearance, and comes with double-wish bone and integral link rear suspension with optional rear air suspension as an option. On road handling is plush and confident, and off-road driving character is poised and controlled. This is due in part to the drive modes, which can be switched between Comfort, Dynamic, Off-road, and Eco.

With an elegant interior to enjoy the nature passing you by, you might feel like you’re driving a Robert Frost poem—if he were Swedish, and a new Volvo. To see if that comparison holds up, contact us for a test drive.

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