It does have a bit of a green earth tone to it in some of the photos. I have beige interior in my S60 and it was a nightmare to keep clean, before I bought some custom made seat covers. I think the Beachwood Interior looks phenomenal in cars. While the beige / white look complements the pine grey, dyes rub off on these seats quite easily, and it becomes noticeable. Always resulting in having to clean them more frequently.It’s an unusual color. I kind of like it but I can see where it might be polarizing. You certainly would have a rather unique vehicle. An acquaintance has an XC60 in this color that just saw the other day (maroon interior with linear lime, I prefer the blond and driftwood in the linked car). From a quick glance/at a distance on a drizzly day, it looked grey, with the greens coming out upon closer inspection. The photos always make it look like an army green. I think it works nicely with the charcoal grey trim of the Cross Country.
One thing I will point out is that based on the photos, the dealership has been holding onto that car since the fall. Maybe early fall! I see they’ve nudged the price down a teensy bit, but I wonder how aggressively you could negotiate. I would imagine they are ready to move that car already.