In a world obsessed with crossover SUVs, Volvo keeps making some of the best wagons in the business — and one of the best-looking cars on the road. Volvo's new V60 is already an excellent wagon, and the V60 Cross Country takes it and adds a few features that make it more capable when the asphalt disappears. The Cross Country three more inches of ride height and Volvo's Hill Descent Control, which automatically modulates the brakes, throttle, and transmission for one-foot driving up and down steep grades. Corner Traction Control and automatic emergency braking are also standard. The Cross Country will launch with the turbocharged inline five- and diesel four-cylinder drivetrains, with plugin and mild hybrid versions coming later.