AutoComplete: Volvo's V60 gets Cross Country-ed for 2020
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When the gorgeous Volvo V60 launched earlier this year, we found ourselves unable to fully enjoy it because we expected that at some point a cross country version was coming, along with its lifted suspension and ruggedish good looks.
Well, now we know for sure that it's on its way to the States, but we won't get it until 2020.
While those lucky fools in Europe get it next year.
Cue the sad trombone.
Remember when Chevy was all like hey, we're bringing back the Blazer, and people were super exited, but then it turned to just be normal SUV instead of a hardcore off-roader.
Well, despite the disappointment felt by the classic Blazer fan club, the new one looks okay.
And now we know how much it'll cost, kind of.
Prices for the base model 2019 Blazer will start in the neighborhood of about 30 grand.
And that's all kind of reasonable in our book.
Audi is trying to throw its dealers a bone by not requiring them to order and stock the upcoming E-Tron models.
The idea is this should help reduce dealer overhead in case the [INAUDIBLE] aren't hot sellers.
However, if that turns out to not be the case customers might end up with a bit of a wait.
See, E-Tron is only being built at one plant in Brussels and wait times will correlate to worldwide demand.
It's an interesting move for a company like Audi, and we're kind of curious to see how it will shake out.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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