MANCHESTER, Vermont — Only three years after introducing its answer to full-blown sport/utility vehicles (SUVs), Volvo Car Corp. introduces a second-generation Cross Country variant of its V70 station wagon that bristles with technology and styling changes. Volvo says the new changes, together with higher ground clearance, offer buyers most of the advantages of an SUV with the drivability, ride, handling and fuel economy of a car. Volvo decided not to use the T5 model's high-pressure ...
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