Among SUV crossovers, the sleek contours of the four-door Volvo XC90 attract favorable attention. It displays a long, sculpted, aerodynamic profile. The stylish exterior appears more compact than a conventional sport utility vehicle, without sacrificing the versatility of a sport utility vehicle.
As you age, what you want in a car changes too. Fortunately, as America’s baby boomer age into a significant portion of the population, car manufacturers are keeping up with the new needs and wants of senior drivers. Helpful features that are becoming more common include backup cameras, power adjustable seats, bright headlights, and larger, better-lit displays and controls.
As technology changes, we strive to make more efficient all-in-one machines. We, as human beings, want that in everything from our phones to our televisions, and especially from our cars. We want a car that can cover all our needs as a car owner instead of simply getting us from point A to point B. That’s where the crossover SUV comes into the equation.