New Volvo V90 for Sale & Lease in Troy, MI

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The New 2022 Volvo V90 Cross Country: Scandinavian Luxury Meets Rugged Capability

You can discover the perfect combination of adventurous capability and high-end luxury when you choose the new 2022 V90 Cross Country. The new V90 Cross Country provides a unique driving experience that is equally at home on back roads as it is in urban settings. With everything from innovative safety to upscale Swedish luxury, you can discover more possibility behind the wheel of the new 2022 V90 Cross Country.


The latest 2022 V90 Cross Country offers exciting updates in performance with the introduction of a new mild-hybrid engine. You can enjoy the athletic performance and impressive efficiency with the new 2.0-liter turbo and supercharged engine paired with a 48-volt mild-hybrid system. This mild-hybrid engine provides a combined 308 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. You can expect up to 29 MPG on the highway when it comes to efficiency.

All V90 Cross Country models come with standard intelligent all-wheel drive. This all-wheel drive system monitors the performance of the V90 Cross Country and sends torque to the wheels that need it most to maintain traction. Whether you're on a dirt road or traveling in snow, the all-wheel drive system helps keep you in control and driving with confidence.

The V90 Cross Country offers a raised suspension for a ground clearance of 8.5 inches, making it easier to travel over rocky or snowy terrain. The rear air suspension responds instantly to maintain height, stability, and comfort, offsetting any cargo weight.


The V90 Cross Country boasts an elegant yet rugged appearance with clean lines, raised suspension, and commanding road presence. You can count on exceptional visibility in virtually any light and weather conditions with full LED rear lamps, lane-change signaling, and LED headlights with active bending lights. The active bending lights ensure you don't overwhelm oncoming traffic for safer driving conditions.

The interior of the V90 Cross Country offers a minimalist, contemporary design that emphasizes craftsmanship over clutter. You can explore genuine wood décor, sumptuous leather seating, and handcrafted amenities that elevate your driving experience. With the Lounge package, you can maximize your comfort and style, which includes high-end features such as Nappa leather seats, massaging front seats, and more.

Some of the top features available for the new V90 Cross Country include:

  • Wireless phone charging
  • Panoramic sunroof
  • Heated rear seats
  • Tailored dashboard
  • Four-zone climate control


Whether you're commuting to work or traveling to your favorite camping site, the new V90 Cross Country provides the technology features you need for more comfort, convenience, and entertainment. A 12.3-inch Digital Driver Display comes standard that shows directions, real road signs, and more. You can customize the digital driver display to meet your needs and show the information that you're most interested in.

Some of the top technology features available include:

  • Graphical head-up display
  • 9-inch Sensus touchscreen display
  • Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration


The V90 Cross Country lives up the Volvo brand's reputation for innovative safety. The V90 Cross Country has earned the 2021 Top Safety Pick Plus award for its exceptional crashworthiness and crash prevention. You can expect highly sophisticated driver assistance to provide more assurance and convenience during your daily travels.

With the Connected Safety feature coming standard, the V90 Cross Country uses cloud-based information to receive and chare road condition information. These real-time data help you and others on the road prepare for what's ahead.

Some of the top safety features include:

  • Pre-collision braking with pedestrian detection
  • Blind spot information system (BLIS™) with steer assist
  • 360-degree bird's eye parking view

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If you want to learn more about the new 2022 V90 Cross Country, you can experience what it has to offer by scheduling a test drive today.

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Volvo V90 Cross Country Comparison

Although there was once a time where Volvo ruled the roost when it came to luxury wagons, German automakers like Audi and Mercedes-Benz have stepped up their game. Pair that with fewer estates on the market than crossovers, and choosing a larger utility may seem like a better choice. Not so fast. The V90 Cross Country rides higher than other premium estates, while also offering the versatility and road command you get in a larger model. When paired against its competitors, it pulls ahead when it comes to features, safety, luxury treatments, and overall value.

  • Excellent Engine Choices. The V90 Cross Country can be had with your choice of two engines, both coming standard with all-wheel drive. New this year is a T5 model, with 250 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque, and 23 mpg city, 31 mpg highway. T6 models are rated for 316 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque, and return 22 mpg city and 29 mpg highway. Available drive modes allow you to customize how that power is delivered.
  • Crossover Utility, Sedan Comforts. With 8.3 inches of ground clearance, integrated roof rails, and 53.4 cu-ft of maximum cargo volume with the rear seats folded, the V90 Cross Country boasts comparable utility to many compact crossovers. But in spite of its rugged abilities, this wagon retains a ride more similar to a sedan than an SUV.
  • State-of-the-Art Safety and Convenience.
  • Volvo continues to build its emphasis on safety in the V90 Cross Country by making the most pertinent systems standard. Among these is Pilot Assist, Collision Mitigation Support, Park Assist Rear, Blind Spot Information with Cross Traffic Alert, and more. Every model also gets Sensus Connect infotainment.

Volvo V90 vs. Audi Allroad

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  • Engine Choices. Although the 252 horsepower of the Allroad makes it no slouch, that’s the only engine available to you. Not only is the new T5 AWD with 250 horsepower comparable, but the T6 engine’s 316 horsepower blows it away. T5 models also manage 1 mpg better on the highway. You’ll find selectable driving modes on both, but reviewers have found the off-road setting on the V90 Cross Country is truer to its name.
  • Safety You Don’t Have to Pay For. You’ll find a basic safety package on the Allroad, but it isn’t until the highest trim level that the equipment matches the V90 Cross Country. By that point, the price chasm is so wide, it may not be worth it. Pilot Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, a Blind-Spot Information System, LED headlights, park assist, and road sign information are standard on the Volvo, where they’re sequestered to costly upper trims on the Audi.
  • Better Versatility. The Allroad might beat out the V90 Cross Country by a few cubic feet in maximum cargo capacity—58.5 cu-ft in the Audi vs. 54 cu-ft in the Volvo—but when it comes to off-road versatility, victory certainly is Swede. The V90 Cross Country’s 8.3 inches of ground clearance versus the Allroad’s 6.5 will make a noticeable difference in deep snow.

At first blush, both the V90 Cross Country and Allroad seem evenly matched. But under closer scrutiny, their differences become more apparent. While both come with all-wheel drive and selectable driving modes, the V90 Cross Country’s superior ride height make it a better all-weather companion. On a more subjective level, while both wagons offer exemplary interiors, the Volvo offers a warmer appearance, and the option of a panoramic sunroof. And when it comes to value for safety features, favor shines in the V90 Cross Country’s corner.xample, you can save cars of interest and receive alerts when new offers become available, the price changes or the vehicle sells — simply by providing an email address! Better yet, you can pick up where you left off at home, at work or on your mobile phone by creating your account.

Volvo V90 vs. Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon

  • Starting Price. Badge appeal is one reason customers shop for luxury vehicles, but the chasm between the V90 Cross Country and E-Class Wagons is wide. The starting price for the Volvo with the T5 powertrain and AWD is $52,300 MSRP, while the Mercedes-Benz estate starts at over $10,000 more.
  • Safety Standards. If safety is a high priority, the E-Class Wagon delivers some impressive driver assistance and semi-autonomous functions. The problem is, they cause the price to skyrocket, and some might find they’re not as intuitive as Volvo’s systems. The V90 Cross Country, however, makes many of the most demanded features standard, such as Pilot Assist, a Blind-Spot Information System, Collision Mitigation Support, and more.
  • Different Missions. Comfort is the E-Class Wagon’s mission, and it performs its duties admirably. But where both the V90 Cross Country and Mercedes-Benz estate can be had with comfort suspension options, you might not want to venture far off road in the E-Class. The difference in ride height, and suspension on the V90 Cross Country make it a better option if blazing trails is a necessity.

Although ultimately different in how they approach the traditional wagon, the V90 Cross Country and Mercedes-Benz E-Class Wagon are another even-seeming match. Standard all-wheel drive, powerful engines, and an arsenal of safety, convenience, and driver assistance technologies are offered on both. But where mission is one area these wagons diverge, value is another. Not only do you pay more for features in the E-Class that are standard in the V90 Cross Country, but many of Volvo’s systems get the job done better and are easier to use.