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Find the Best Luxury Wagon to Accentuate Your Lifestyle

When you invest in a luxury vehicle, you don't want just any wagon--you want the best luxury sport wagon. The most thrilling performance. The most stylish and luxurious interior. The best return of investment. Though there are many options, we believe you'll see that one stands out from the everyday. Learn which luxury wagon below can live up to your experience:

The Volvo V60 Cross Country vs. the Audi A4 Allroad

Specs

Though both luxury wagons offer utility, the Volvo V60 Cross Country pulls ahead. The Volvo V60 Cross Country offers 28 cubic-feet of cargo volume and more passenger volume than the Audi A4 Allroad, which has only 24.2 cubic-feet of cargo space. You'll also enjoy a smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic in the Volvo V60 Cross Country, vs a seven-speed dual-clutch on the Audi A4 Allroad. Heading out on a longer trip? The Volvo V60 Cross Country has a range of 534 miles--more than a hundred miles longer than the Audi A4 Allroad's range.

Features

As luxury sport wagons, both the Volvo V60 Cross Country and the Audi A4 Allroad are well-equipped. Both offer active safety features, leather heated seats, and much more. But only the Volvo V60 Cross Country comes standard with satellite radio, navigation system, Adaptive Cruise Control, parking assistance, active charcoal air filtration, DVD audio, and a 650-watt 10-speaker harman/kardon audio system.

Value

Base MSRP on the Volvo V60 Cross Country T5 Platinum is $46,695, while the Audi A4 Allroad comes in with an MSRP of $45,822. Audi is a little cheaper off the lot, but the Volvo V60 Cross Country is the only one that can boast Best Value in America: Luxury SUVs and Crossovers Brand, according to Vincentric. The Volvo V60 Cross Country is a better investment, with a significantly lower 5-Year Ownership Cost. You'll pay less per mile, less in maintenance, and less in repairs. When it's time to upgrade, your Volvo V60 Cross Country will have depreciated thousands of dollars less than a comparably equipped Audi A4 Allroad. 




The Volvo V60 Cross Country vs. the BMW 330i xDrive Sports Wagon

Specs

The Volvo V60 Cross Country can give you more confident control on rough roads through tough weather, with higher ground clearance, a tighter turning radius, standard skid plates, standard touring tuned suspension, rear fog lights, and larger alloy wheels.

Features

Both the Volvo V60 Cross Country and the BMW 3-Series wagon come with hundreds of standard and available features, but the Volvo V60 Cross Country offers a superior driving experience. You'll get standard parking assistance and Adaptive Cruise Control, DVD audio system, voice-operated radio controls, dual subwoofers, auto-disengage parking brake, leather shift knob, three-driver seat and mirror memory, road sign recognition, real-time traffic info, and speed-sensitive wipers. On the BMW 3-Series wagon, these would be expensive additional options, if they're available at all. 

Value

Again, the Volvo V60 Cross Country is the Best Value in America: Luxury SUVs and Crossovers Brand for a reason. Your return of investment on the Volvo V60 Cross Country easily surpasses that of the BMW 3-Series through a lower cost per mile of driving, lower financing costs, lower insurance costs, lower maintenance costs, lower repair costs, and of course, thousands less in depreciation losses. The Volvo V60 Cross Country brings you more value and keeps it longer





The Volvo V60 Cross Country vs. the Mercedes-Benz E 400 4MATIC

Specs

While the Volvo V60 Cross Country offers 25 MPG combined, 22 MPG city, and 30 MPG highway, the Mercedes-Benz manages only 21 MPG combined, 19 MPG city, and 25 MPG highway. Want to take your wagon cross-country, through rough roads and weather? Though both models are all-wheel-drive, the Mercedes-Benz has less than half the ground clearance of the Volvo V60 Cross Country, and it has a bulkier, heavier build--despite having less front passenger head and leg room.

Features

The Volvo V60 Cross Country comes with standard leather seats, while the Mercedes-Benz features standard synthetic leather seating surfaces. Driver-assist tech like Adaptive Cruise Control is standard on the Volvo V60 Cross Country T5 Platinum, while an expensive add-on for the Mercedes-Benz E Class wagon.

Value

The Volvo V60 Cross Country immediately saves you thousands of dollars vs the Mercedes-Benz E Class wagon, with an MSRP well over ten-thousand dollars less for a comparable driving experience. But the extra expense goes much further than that--the Mercedes-Benz E Class Wagon's five-year cost of ownership estimates are nearly twice as expensive per mile of operation, tens of thousands more in depreciation losses, and thousands more in insurance, fuel, maintenance, and repair costs every year. Looking to hold your luxury vehicle long-term? The Mercedes-Benz E-Class wagon only offers 50,000-miles and two years of rust-proof warranty coverage, compared to Volvo's unlimited-mileage 12-year coverage.





Volvo V60 Cross Country 

Experience the Volvo V60 First-Hand

The best way to learn more about the Volvo V60 Cross Country advantage is to schedule a test-drive of one of many models available now at Kundert Volvo Cars of Hasbrouck Heights. We're confident that once you've felt the smooth, powerful rumble of that Volvo turbo engine, you'll know you've found the perfect luxury experience.



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