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Volvo adds Cross Country model to V90 range

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Volvo has introduced the Cross Country V90 estate model.

“The V90 Cross Country takes the elegance of the V90 and transforms it into an all-road car that delivers safety, comfort and performance in a capable and adventurous package,” said Håkan Samuelsson, president & CEO, Volvo Car Group.

The car will be available with petrol and diesel engines, both AWD, and primarily automatic - though a manual D4 190hp diesel will be available. 

CO2 emissions start from 134g/km, with fuel economy up to 46mpg.

Ground clearance is 21cm, with 913 litres of boot space.

UK prices will be announced later this year, and first deliveries are expected in Q1 2017.


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