Originally countering the sport utility vehicle trend with an all-weather capable wagon, Volvo eventually joined became an official member of the United States premium utility market in 2003. A seven-passenger crossover vehicle, the Volvo XC90 was offered with front-wheel drive as well as all-wheel drive. Adhering to the company's reputation for safety, Volvo XC90 crossover was outfitted with Roll Stability Control. Initially propelled by turbocharged five-cylinder and six-cylinder engines, An eight-cylinder powerplant was later added to the XC90. Volvo's crossover vehicle expanded in the late 2000s to include a smaller XC60. Currently, both the Volvo XC60 and XC90 prominently feature the brand's latest turbocharged engines as well as modern safety equipment such as Collision Warning with Full Auto Brake.