Check Out the 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge

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If you've ever wanted to purchase an SUV but didn't because of concerns about efficiency and environmental impact, you should check out the 2021 Volvo XC40 Recharge. As Volvo's first all-electric vehicle, the XC40 Recharge gives you legendary Volvo performance in an efficient and environmentally friendly package. The 2021 XC40 Recharge is everything you've ever wanted in an SUV.

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4 Appealing Features of the 2021 Volvo V90

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When you think of a station wagon, you probably picture a clunky car that's not very fun to drive. However, Volvo is revolutionizing the station wagon with the 2021 V90. This luxury wagon is sleek, stylish, and delivers exhilarating performance. Let's explore some of the features that make the new V90 so appealing.

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3 Top Houston, TX Restaurants for a First Date

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Going on a first date can be nerve-wracking enough without needing to worry about finding the right restaurant. You don't want it to feel too formal or too casual. We've compiled a list of the top Houston, Texas, area restaurants for a first date the next time you need everything to go off without a hitch.

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3 Reasons the 2020 S60 is the Perfect Commuter Car

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As the cost of living directly in cities increases, so does the average person's commute to work. It's more important than ever to have a great commuter car because of this shift in daily work-life balance. The 2020 Volvo S60 features some of the most in-demand tech features. The S60 also features appealing performance metrics that every commuter pays attention to during the car buying process. Here's a quick look at what makes the…

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5 Things to See in Beautiful Historic Hermann Park in Houston, TX

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Hermann Park is a historic park located in Houston, Texas. The park was created in the early 1900s and is the result of the City Beautiful Movement, which sought to offer a reprieve for city dwellers who were living in increasingly crowded cities without much access to natural beauty. The park is over 400 acres, with 225 of those acres having been donated by then Board of Parks Commissioner, George H. Hermann.
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