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VOLVO V40 Cross Country Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 2012
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
Body style: Wagon (station wagon, estate, combi, touring)
 

2016 - 2019

In 2016, Volvo released the upgraded version of the V40 Cross Country. While the styling was improved to give the car a bolder, rugged look and a 4x4 look, it is disappointing to say that an all-wheel-drive system was available for the top of the range trim level only, the T5. The exterior updated included a new grille with a more appealing Volvo Iron Mark. The headlights were redesigned a...

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gasoline engines:

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 1.5L T3 6AT (152 HP)

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 2.0L T3 6MT (152 HP)

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 2.0L T5 AWD 8AT (245 HP)

diesel engines:

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 2.0L D2 6AT (120 HP)

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 2.0L D2 6MT (120 HP)

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 2.0L D3 6AT (150 HP)

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 2.0L D3 6MT (150 HP)

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 2.0L D4 6MT (190 HP)

  VOLVO V40 Cross Country 2.0L D4 8AT (190 HP)

2012 - 2016

After opening the segment in 1997 with the Volvo V70 Cross Country, the Swedish car-maker repeated the experience in 2012 with the Volvo V40 Cross Country. The crossover car-category increased in size and prices. There were cars to fill that category from all the segments, from the small hatchbacks to large station-wagons, all were battling for a place on the table. In the compact class, the ...

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