New 2018 VolvoV90 Cross Country T6 AWD Wagon

  • VIN: YV4A22NL5J1035221
  • Stock: V19305
Fuel Economy
22.0/29.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Maple Brown
Interior Color
Blond
Body
Wagon
Transmission
8-SPEED A
Drivetrain
All-wheel Drive
Engine
2.0L I-4 cyl
Volvo V90 Cross Country

Included Packages & Options

  • Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)$56,100
  • Convenience Package$1,950
    • Heated Washer Nozzles (wet arms)
    • 360° Surround View Camera
    • Grocery Bag Holder
    • HomeLink
    • Compass (Inner Rear View Mirror)
    • Park Assist Pilot & Front Park Assist (Rear std)
    • Interior High-Level Illumination
  • Metallic Paint$595
  • Bumper Cover*$125
  • Integrated End Pipes*$270
  • Polestar*$1,345
  • Side Scuff Plate*$588
  • 21" 7 Spoke Wheel w/ Summer Tires*$3,315
  • Graphical Head-up Display$900
  • Childseat Outer$500
  • Bowers and Wilkins Premium Sound$3,200
  • Air Suspension$1,200
  • Destination Charge$995
  • Total Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)$71,083

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Maple Bwn Met 2018 Volvo V90 Cross Country T6 AWD AWD Automatic with Geartronic I4 Supercharged

22/29 City/Highway MPG

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.8Out of 5
  • My sixth Volvo. Electronics are just stupid.

    By Volvo Guy on Friday, January 19, 2018

    4.0
    Traded a 2012 XC60 for 2018 V-90 Cross Country. Drove it for about 1000 miles and returned it to dealer for a 2017 XC60 demonstrator with Certified Warranty. Got hosed financially in the deal, and dont even care. Love the 2017 XC60. Hated the 2018 V-90. Electronics were unreliable. Nav system would sometimes not load up, but would give circle of death loading sign until I shut everything down and started over. Would accept destinations, but then forget and make me reenter everything. Warning for lane changes on multi-lane highways were provided too late to actually make lane changes safely. Categories for search were not tuned to American driving and needs. Large screen was mostly a video-game-like distraction from actually driving the car. Radio would come on mysteriously after just opening driver side door to put groceries or brief case into car, but not starting it up. Various apps, especially Weather,Pandora, and Sirius would not load or would load and then fail to function--again until stopping car and starting all over again. (Sometimes even this would not fix the problems.) Stop/start override function for the engine when at stop lights or at rest required several different screens to operate. In the XC60 a simple push of one button on the console does the trick. Stop/start is dumb in any case. Should be a one-time choice of owner/driver, not something you have to select every time you operate the car. Repeated use of starter motor makes no sense at all. It also results in lag while system restarts that is annoying as can be. My 2017 XC60 is a fine car and allows the driver to actually drive without lots of IT and other distractions. Just drove it from CT to California and love it. It is likely to be my very last Volvo.
  • Great alternative to a SUV

    By Jimbo on Tuesday, June 18, 2019

    5.0
    I just bought a brand new 2018 V90CC leftover. I got about 28% discount from list. So it’s a huge bang for the buck. The car is smooth as silk. I wasn’t looking for a car quite this large but then again it’s only 4 inches longer than an Outback. The level of safety features is unparalleled. Anything you can think of is in it. I have the base engine and it’s fine. It’s no world beater but on the highway I’ve gotten 30 mpg. I had a Tiguan they never got close to that. It’s extremely roomy, stylish, comfortable and versatile. I’ve moved furniture, towed a trailer, gotten groceries, mulch, took out my kayaks and bikes. It’s great without having to use a step ladder to put stuff up on the roof. I’m 6’3 and the rear has room for me with my drivers seat in position for me! What’s not to like. Beautiful, stylish, wonderful driving car rather than driving a box on wheels aka an SUV!
  • Big Upgrade from XC70 - Great Luxury Wagon

    By Mark on Sunday, December 09, 2018

    5.0
    Replaced a 2010 XC-70 T6 with 2017 V90 Cross Country. Power train with 316 hp engine and 8 speed transmission is vast improvement in driveability enhanced by ability to select and customize drive modes For daily commute in stop-and-go traffic, standard comfort mode is fine. On highway, I prefer dynamic engine setting (with higher transmission shift points) but medium effort steering. Took a while figuring out how to custom configure and have it auto-load profile. Forgiving suspension, good cornering with excellent emergency handling for a high ground clearance heavyweight, enormous sun/moonroof, front seat ergonomics, upgraded B&W surround sound system, environmental controls, and active safety systems are all simply outstanding. Electronic touch screen interface could be more intuitive and sometimes is slow to load. Apple car play with iPhone integration has been unmitigated pleasure. Only significant concern was cost of maintenance and repair so purchased an extended warranty. Only change I would make is auto-downshift when changing into manual gear selector mode like on Audi.

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