Your Guide to Wagon Cars
Explore our guide to a vehicle body style synonymous with Volvo Cars: the wagon.
What is a wagon
While a wagon – also known as a station wagon or estate – prioritises space for luggage, lifestyle accessories or other types of cargo, it can still carry the same number of occupants as its relative.
An upward-swinging tailgate provides convenient access to the cargo area.
Wagons are available with front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, while some variants feature heightened suspension and protective body trim to allow greater opportunities for travelling on unsealed roads.
The V90 Cross Country is a large luxury wagon, with a raised ride height to give a more commanding view of the road and better capability traversing off the beaten track. With sophisticated technology that includes semi-autonomous-driving capability, a luxuriously relaxing cabin, maximum cargo capacity exceeding 1500 litres, a powerful yet fuel-efficient Drive-E diesel engine and all-wheel drive, the V90 Cross Country is the ideal getaway car.The Volvo V60 is a medium-size luxury sports wagon featuring a highly practical cargo volume of 430 litres, and benefitting from the excellent handling of its sedan twin, the S60.
Highlights for the Volvo wagon range include:
Volvo V60 wagon
Highlights for Volvo’s mid-size luxury wagon include: • City Safety autonomous braking system • Tyre pressure monitoring • Split-fold 40/20/40 rear seat • Load cover • Sensus multimedia system • LED daytime running lights • 257kW Polestar performance variant available
Volvo V60 Cross Country wagon
Highlights for Volvo’s mid-size luxury high-riding wagon include: • Dynamic Chassis • All-wheel drive • Split-fold 40/20/40 rear seat • Rear seat booster cushions • Sensus Connect High-Performance multimedia system • City Safety autonomous braking system • Gearshift paddles • LED daytime running lights