New Volvo Station Wagon Models

If your family is growing and you're looking for a new Volvo station wagon to transport your team into the future safely, stop by our dealership to view our inventory of new Volvo wagons for sale. We stock our inventory with a selection of Volvo hybrid wagons and Cross Country models for All Wheel Drive performance. To help you find the best Volvo sports wagon for your needs, let's look at the full model lineup and how these vehicles compare.

When looking at the lineup of new Volvo wagons, you might be wondering what the V stands for. In the case of the Volvo V60, V60 Cross Country, V60 Recharge, V90, and V90 Cross Country, the 'V' stands for versatility. Because that's what the Volvo wagon models are designed to give you.

The 2021 lineup of Volvo wagons and Volvo hybrid wagons is priced for various budgets. Depending on the trim model you choose, you can get into a new Volvo wagon at several entry points. To learn ways to save on a Volvo hybrid wagon lease, talk to our finance team about hybrid incentives.

  • V60 starting MSRP: $40,9501
  • V60 Cross Country starting MSRP: $45,4501
  • V60 Recharge starting MSRP: $67,3001
  • V90 starting MSRP: $51,8001
  • V90 Cross Country starting MSRP: $54,9001

When comparing Volvo wagon cargo capacities, you can't go wrong with any of the models. The V60 and V90 trim lines all offer plenty of room to accommodate your needs, but the V60 and V60 Cross Country both have the highest cargo space of the Volvo wagon lineup, with 60.5 cubic feet of cargo room.

While 4WD and AWD are often used interchangeably, they are not the same thing. The 2021 lineup of Volvo wagons offers a choice between FWD and AWD, not 4WD. If you're looking for AWD performance and handling, be sure to test drive a new V60 Cross Country or V90 Cross Country.

Yes, when you need to bring a trailer, the Volvo wagons can tow. The base T5 models can tow up to 2,000 pounds when properly equipped. If you need more trailering and hauling ability, step into a V90 R-design, V90 Inscription, or V90 Cross Country with the T6 engine and tow up to 3,500 pounds when properly equipped.

The 2021 Volvo wagons offer a menu of engine choices. The T5 engine is turbocharged, produces 250 horsepower, and is available on FWD and AWD models. The T6 engine is both turbocharged and supercharged to produce 316 horsepower and is available on AWD models. The T8 eAWD hybrid engine produces 415 (combined) horsepower.

When determining the best new car for your family, the number of seats and how those seats are configured are important pieces of information in making that decision. When climbing into a Volvo wagon for sale, you'll find the full lineup of Volvo sport wagons offers spacious seating for five occupants across two rows of seats.

When deciding on the next vehicle for your family, you want something safe, reliable, and affordable to maintain. In the case of the new Volvo wagons, you'll be glad to know all three boxes are checked. In fact, every new Volvo station wagon comes standard with the first three years of maintenance included.

Volvo V60 Wagon

The Volvo V60 wagon is motivated by a turbocharged engine that produces 250 horsepower and 258 pound-foot of torque. For 2021, the lineup has a starting MSRP of $40,950.1 If you are thinking about getting into a new car and comparing the Volvo wagons, stop by our dealership for a full tour and test drive.

  • 250 - 415 hp
  • 258 - 472  ft. lb. torque
  • 23 city / 34 hwy MPG
  • 2,000 lbs. towing
  • 60.5 cu.ft. cargo
  • 5 seats
  • 187.4 length
  • 80.3 width
  • 50.9 height

Volvo V60 Cross Country Wagon

When you want the enhanced handling and traction that comes with AWD performance and you're after the convenience of a wagon, don't miss the new Volvo V60 Cross Country. The V60 Cross Country T5 AWD has a starting MSRP of $45,4501 and is powered by a turbocharged engine that delivers 250 horsepower to all four corners. Discover yours today.

  • 250 hp
  • 258 ft. lb. torque
  • 22 city / 31 hwy MPG
  • 2,000 lbs. towing
  • 60.5 cu.ft. cargo
  • 6 seats
  • 188.3 length
  • 80.3 width
  • 50.9 height

Volvo V60 Recharge Wagon

This new Volvo hybrid wagon has a starting MSRP of $67,300.1 She is motivated by a gasoline-powered engine that is both turbocharged and supercharged and has an electric motor that generates 87 horsepower. When you want the thrill of turbocharged performance and hybrid efficiency, shop our selection of exciting new Volvo wagons today.

  • 415 hp
  • 472 ft. lb. torque
  • N/A
  • 2,000 lbs. towing
  • 60.5 cu.ft. cargo
  • 7 seats
  • 187.4 length
  • 80.3 width
  • 50.9 height
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Volvo V90 Wagon

The new Volvo V90 wagon has a starting MSRP of $51,8001 for the T5 FWD R-Design trim with its turbocharged engine. Along with 250 horsepower, drivers can expect an EPA-estimated 22/33/26 MPG* (City/Highway/Combined). Step up to the T6 AWD R-Design for the performance of turbocharged and supercharged 316 horsepower and AWD.

  • 250 - 316 hp
  • 258 - 295 ft. lb. torque
  • 22 city / 33 hwy MPG
  • 2,000 lbs. towing
  • 53.9 cu.ft. cargo
  • 8 seats
  • 194.7 length
  • 79.5 width
  • 58.2 height

Volvo V90 Cross Country Wagon

The V90 Cross Country is for the driver who needs the performance of additional ground clearance for better handling in rugged road conditions and the performance of All Wheel Drive. The lineup has a starting MSRP of $54,9001 and comes standard with 316 horsepower and 295 pound-foot of torque for trips that don't bother with the scenic route.

  • 316 hp
  • 295 ft. lb. torque
  • 20 city / 30 hwy MPG
  • 3,500 lbs. towing
  • 53.9 cu.ft. cargo
  • 9 seats
  • 195.2 length
  • 80.8 width
  • 60.7 height
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Volvo V60 Station Wagon

The model lineup kicks off with the Volvo V60 and its turbocharged engine under the hood for 250 horsepower and 258 pound-foot of torque. The 2021 lineup starts at $40,9501 for the T5 FWD Momentum and builds from there as you advance through the trim lineup. Popular models include the T5 FWD R-Design and T5 FWD Inscription. From an advanced powertrain to five supportive seats to the 9-inch center screen, the Volvo V60 is designed to be a new Volvo wagon that gives you all the essentials. If you are early in your research and comparing Volvo wagon models, stop by our nearby Volvo dealer for a tour and test drive.

Volvo V60 Recharge Hybrid Wagon

Leave it to a hybrid to give you the best of both worlds. The V60 Recharge has a gasoline-powered engine under the hood that is turbocharged and supercharged for enhanced performance, but that's not all. There is also an electric motor at the rear of the vehicle that generates 87 horsepower when the battery powers the vehicle. If you've been considering a new Volvo hybrid wagon, the V60 Recharge has a starting MSRP of $67,3001 and will take you from 0 to 60 in 4.3 seconds thanks to its eAWD and 415 horsepower.

V90 Volvo Sports Wagon

If you feel like a crossover is just too big for you and you like driving a sedan but need a bit of cargo space to manage your day-to-day, then the Volvo V90 gives you the best of both worlds. The Volvo V90 is engineered to give you the feel of a sedan and the convenience of a crossover. Climbing into the V90 lineup, you'll find comfortable seating for five and a panoramic moonroof to let in more natural light throughout the vehicle. The Volvo V90 is designed to keep up with you and gives you the ease of split-folding rear seats, a large storage area, and a low roof for when you need to strap something up top. The Volvo V90 also gives you an EPA-estimated 22/33/26 MPG* (City/Highway/Combined) while simultaneously delivering turbocharged performance.

What Are the Volvo Cross Country Models?

Now that you know you want a new Volvo wagon, you might be wondering how the Cross Country models compare to the standard models. If so, you're going to find this Volvo wagon review particularly helpful. The most significant difference between the Volvo Cross Country models vs. the standard Volvo Sports Wagon is the Cross Country models are lifted for more ground clearance. If you live in an area with harsh weather conditions or you like to traverse rugged roads, the Cross Country models are for you.

The Volvo Cross Country wagons are engineered to provide better handling when you head off-road or when the weather conditions change thanks to their AWD system. The AWD system weighs slightly more than the FWD, so the EPA-estimated fuel economy is slightly lower on the AWD models. When you see a V90 parked beside a V90 Cross Country, you'll notice dark tinted rear windows, window trim, wheel arch covers, and a sportier grille on the Cross Country model. The Cross Country models also offer the sporty styling of 20-inch wheels.

If you plan to tow a trailer behind your new Volvo wagon, then one of the Cross Country models is a great choice because of the AWD handling and Hill Descent Control. The AWD provides more stability when towing, and the Hill Descent Control helps you maintain a safe speed while descending steep grades with a trailer. When comparing the Volvo V60 or V90 to its Cross Country sibling, how you plan to use your vehicle and your style preferences are the main considerations.

Wagon vs. Car vs. SUV - What's the Difference?

It all comes down to size and seating arrangements. Most sedans, wagons, and SUVs all offer five seats, so what's the big difference? The size of the vehicle. If you have a growing family or regularly need to transport multiple people and a large amount of cargo, then a wagon or SUV is likely what you're looking for. At which point, it comes down to what you feel comfortable driving.

For many people, SUVs are too big to drive, too tough to park, and lack maneuverability in traffic. A wagon, however, gives you the driving stance of a sedan, making it easy to park and weave through traffic while also offering a large load area for gear and groceries.

Here is another way wagons often outperform SUVs: they have a lower center of gravity and, therefore, better on-road handling. If you like to load bikes, kayaks, and other toys on the roof of your vehicle, then you'll appreciate the lower roofline of a wagon, which makes loading/unloading items from the roof a lot easier.

When comparing wagons to sedans, a wagon will often offer more passenger space than a sedan, even though the driving experience is similar. Sedans have separate, sealed trunks, which can be nice depending on the cargo and if you need to keep objects out of sight. While wagons once carried a stigma of being a 'mom-mobile,' that moniker has shifted to the SUV, especially as new Volvo wagons have become sportier with turbocharged performance and AWD handling.

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