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The Volvo V90 is a practical and classy choice that rides and handles well if you specify it with the optional adaptive dampers and avoid massive alloy wheels. It isn't that cheap to buy and it suffers quite heavy depreciation, which are two reasons we rate the BMW 5 Series Touring more highly, but the V90 is definitely worth a look if you can bag yourself a great deal.get the best price
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The Cross Country features a more rugged-looking exterior with body cladding, a 65mm higher ride height, hill descent control and four-wheel drive. You also benefit from an electric tailgate with gesture control, leather seats (heated and electrically operated with memory function in the front), LED headlights, LED foglights with cornering function, multi-coloured interior lighting, enlarged door mirrors, 19in alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control with pilot assist, keyless entry, power-folding door mirrors, front and rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera, traffic sign recognition, blind spot monitoring, a 10-speaker stereo, wireless phone charging, sat-nav, a DAB radio, Bluetooth and Apple CarPlay/ Android Auto.
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We haven't tried this engine yet but it's capable of 0-62mph in 6.2sec and officially averages 36mpg. It comes with four-wheel drive as standard.
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