There’s an unfortunate reality when it comes to the automotive market: Compromise is almost inevitable. Premium trimmings have hefty price tags, spacious interiors with ample storage easily add up to bulky, oversize SUVs, and off-road capability isn’t an option with most sedans. But the Volvo V60 Cross Country crossover wagon defies all odds, offering the perfect blend of luxury, versatility and value.

All-new for 2020, the V60 Cross Country is a fresh take on Volvo’s classic wagon. It has impressive capabilities to tackle virtually any terrain given its standard all-wheel-drive system and raised ground clearance. Under the hood, a four-cylinder turbo engine delivers 250 horsepower, making for a smooth and efficient drive.

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The extra bonus is the V60 Cross Country’s seemingly endless amount of storage. The vehicle’s elongated body gives back-seat passengers plenty of legroom while still leaving an abundance of rear cargo space. Moving up front, an intuitive 9-inch touchscreen gives the dash a clean, minimalist look as virtually all controls can be accessed here. The premium finishes, digital instrument cluster and comfortable leather seats set the auto apart from its competitors.

Known for manufacturing some of the safest vehicles on the road, Volvo has packed the V60 Cross Country with the latest and greatest in automotive safety. Features like the adaptive cruise control, lane keeping aid, oncoming lane mitigation, forward distance warning and rear collision warning help drivers avoid accidents. The complete package, the 2020 V60 Cross Country is the ideal auto for a weekday commute, a weekend off-road excursion and everything in between — proving that you don’t always have to compromise.


The 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country

• Starting at $45,100
• Four-cylinder turbo engine
• 250 horsepower
• EPA-estimated 31 mpg (highway)
• 8-speed Geartronic automatic transmission
• Standard all-wheel-drive system
• Raised ground clearance for off-road driving
• High-tech safety features
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for smartphone integration

For more information, visit Borton Volvo or log onto bortonvolvo.com.

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