2019 Volvo V60: It's Wagontime!
During a nineteen year production run starting in 1974, Volvo built 2,862,053 of its 200 Series. Many left Sweden sporting a five-door station wagon body, exclusively with fuel-injected engines for the United States. It's no wonder the last Volvo 200 produced in 1993 was a blue wagon. No other model could represent the European lifestyle abroad as well as a mid-sized family car, enhanced by a touch of luxury from Scandinavia.
In fact, driving a reasonably-sized premium wagon feels more Continental than a morning Prosecco. And while the previous V60 has been getting quite long in the teeth in recent years, finally, the wait is over, as Volvo has just launched a brand new one.