And it’s hard to blame them.
We knew Volvo would be trimming back its sedan and wagon lineup in favor of SUVs, but that process seems to be starting for the 2022 model year. According to Motor Trend, Volvo is cancelling the V90 wagon in the United States after this year. (The lifted and cladded V90 Cross Country version will remain for U.S. buyers.)
In theory, this decision stinks. The V90 is great. You can make a strong argument for it being Volvo’s best car.
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