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Volvo XC60 Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Volvo XC60. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Volvo XC60.
Crossover SUVs, thanks to their combination of utility and carlike handling, have become the mainstream choice for many drivers. The Volvo XC60 is the Swedish manufacturer's latest entry. Seating five, the XC60 competes in the growing small luxury crossover segment. The XC60 is also a stylish and functional vehicle, and it handles unusually well for a crossover, let alone one with a Volvo badge on the front. It belongs on your short list if you're shopping for a vehicle of this sort. Discover the ins and outs on used Volvo XC60s, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Terrific Crash Test ScoresThe Volvo brand has always been one that has maintained a strong reputation for producing vehicles that focus on safety. The XC60 is no different, as it earned a top five-star rating in government crash tests for overall, frontal, and side crash protection. Additionally, it also received the best possible rating of Good in all of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's crash tests, which is seldom seen.
Generous Cargo SpaceFor a compact luxury crossover, the Volvo XC60 resides as one of the better vehicles in the segment in terms of available cargo space. The maximum cargo space available is 67 cubic feet, a solid number for the class, however it's the versatility of the 40/20/40-split rear seat that makes the XC60 special.
Well-Balanced Ride, HandlingIt's certainly not the sportiest vehicle in its class, but that doesn't mean the XC60 doesn't offer an engaging driving experience. With responsive steering and composed handling, the XC60 is athletic enough to tackle virtually any stretch of road. Furthermore, the XC60 suspension is supple enough to absorb bumps and ruts in the road, offering impressive overall ride quality.
All-Wheel-Drive ModelYou'll have options when it comes to the engine type you want in the XC60, but it's worth noting that if you opt for XC60's 3.2-liter AWD model, you'll be getting a car that lacks punch. In Edmunds performance testing, the XC60 accelerated from 0 to 60 mph in 9.1 seconds, the slowest split for any vehicle in this segment.
Rear SeatFor the segment, the XC60 actually offers a good deal of room for passengers seated in the rear. The drawback, however, is that those roomy seats lack a recline feature that would take the XC60's comfort to another level.
Fuel EconomyNot to keep bashing the XC60's all-wheel-drive models, but it's unavoidable to gloss over the disparity in fuel economy between the XC60's standard turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and the optional all-wheel-drive trims. To compare, the base engine gets an impressive 27 mpg combined (24 mpg city/31 mpg highway), while the AWD versions hover between 20 and 21 mpg combined.
Volvo XC60 Reviews
4.6 OUT OF 5 (31 Reviews)