Discover Volvo estate cars

Versatility and space in the signature comfort of a Volvo car.

Compare Volvo estates

Boot capacity (mm)

V90 Recharge

Plug-in Hybrid
Buy from £58,088

Spacious, 5 seats

1100 x 759 x 1153

352.6-256.5 mpg / 54.1 miles

V60 Recharge

Plug-in Hybrid

Medium, 5 seats

1138 x 731 x 1033

352.6-256.5 mpg / 54.7 miles


Spacious, 5 seats

1100 x 759 x 1153

36.7-40.3 mpg


Medium, 5 seats

1138 x 731 x 1033

40.9-44.8 mpg

V90 Cross Country

Buy from £56,310

Spacious, 5 seats

1100 x 759 x 1153

31.7-44.8 mpg

*Stats for plug-in-hybrid shows "upto" range. The specified fuel consumption values were determined in accordance with the newly introduced Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP).

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Plug-in hybrid Volvo estates

Embrace electric driving with a back-up plan in a plug-in hybrid estate.

Head-up display

Keep an eye on your speed, follow turn-by-turn navigation and check alerts without looking away from the road with a head-up display.

Safer towing

Maximise your estate's towing potential with Trailer Stability Assist and other technologies designed to help you confidently manoeuvre.

Advanced air-purification

Reduce or eliminate 99.9 per cent of pollen allergens and 97 per cent of airborne viruses from the cabin with our cutting-edge air purification technology.

Designed for more confident driving.

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Estate cars should make going and doing effortless. Volvo estate cars do more, with premium features designed to inspire confidence on the road.

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Estate safety features

For more than 95 years, we’ve pioneered car safety innovations. Discover the safety features available in our midsize and large estate cars.

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Family estates

A family wagon like a Volvo estate is an investment in the safety and comfort of your family. Find out why.

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Estate car accessories

Accessories like roof boxes, dog cages and bike racks can enhance the comfort, safety and utility of your Volvo estate car. Find what you’re looking for.

Learn more about our estate cars.

All Volvo estate cars have five seats.

All Volvo estates are automatic.

The V90 can tow up to 2,100kgs and the V90 Cross Country can tow up to 2,400kgs. The V60 and V60 Cross Country can tow up to 2,000kgs.

With Google built-in, Google Assistant makes it easy to call or text friends, set reminders and change the temperature in the car. Use Google Maps to get the information you need on your drive, including live traffic updates, reminders and proactive alerts. And use Google Play to download your favourite music, podcasts, audiobooks and more.*

*Google services are enabled through the Digital services package which is included for four years. After this period ends, new terms and fees will apply if you choose to renew.

Yes, Apple CarPlay is standard in Volvo estates.*

* Apple CarPlay can only be used in combination with iPhone model 5 or later. Apple CarPlay and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc.

Roof-mounted and towbar-mounted bicycle holders are available for Volvo estates. View the accessories available in your market .

The length of the V90 is up to 4,945mm. The length of the V60 is up to 4,778mm in length. The V90 Cross Country is up to 4,959mm in length and the V60 Cross Country is up to 4,787mm in length.

Estates are similar to hatchback cars, except they are longer and feature larger load compartments. The boot lid is typically vertical or nearly vertical and it hinges upward from the car’s roof.

Estates are a similar body type to sedans (also called saloons), but they are longer, and the load compartment is not separated from the cabin. This makes them more similar to hatchbacks, although estates typically have larger boots and upright boot lids.

Compared to sedans (also called saloons), estates are typically longer in length and feature larger load compartments. Because the cabin isn’t separated from the load compartment, they can usually carry longer and bulkier items.

Hatchbacks are versatile passenger vehicles with a boot lid that swings upward to reveal a cargo compartment connected to the cabin. Like estates, most hatchbacks have rear backrests you can lower to increase cargo capacity.

Hatchbacks are typically shorter than estate cars with smaller load compartments and passenger cabins. Estates have spacious load compartments allowing you to carry larger, bulkier items.

Features may not be available in all markets and will not be standard in all markets or for all models.

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