Volvo's 2017 V90 Wagon Replacing V70
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Volvo will unveil its 2017 V90 wagon that will replace the V70 wagon on Feb. 18 in Stockholm, Volvo has announced.
The V90, which is based on the same Scalable Product Architecture (SPA) as its XC90 and S90 siblings, is the estate version of the S90 sedan launched at the North American International Auto Show in January. Volvo uses the term "estate" for a wagon.
The 2017 V90 is the latest iteration of a core Volvo product that's been offered for more than 60 years. Volvo first began offering a wagon in 1953 when it introduced the Volvo Duett. Volvo has sold more than 6 million wagons since then.