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In addition to the turbocharged 3.0-liter T6 model, Volvo has introduced a new, less expensive 3.2-liter variant of the 2010 XC60, with pricing starting at $32,395 for the front-wheel drive model and $34,395 for the AWD version (*plus $850 in destination charges). The inline six is the same mill that motivates the S80, putting out 235 hp and 236 lb-ft through a six-speed automatic gearbox, and returning a claimed 18 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway.
Standard features include 17-inch alloy wheels, fog lamps, auto-dimming rear-view mirror, Bluetooth integration, dual-zone climate control, eight speaker stereo, HD radio and a six month subscription to Sirius. Billed as the safest Volvo ever to roll out of Sweden, the XC60 is available equipped with "City Safety" automatic braking, anti-rollover control and a host of other features. All of the options are posted below the fold broken down by price and equipment along with Volvo's press release.
Volvo announces pricing for the value laden 2010 XC60 3.2
Irvine, CA (June 5, 2009) - Volvo Cars of North America, LLC (VCNA) announced pricing today of its newest version of its acclaimed small premium utility the XC60. The 2010 XC60 3.2 will be offered with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive when the vehicle goes on sale this summer. A front-wheel drive XC60 is value priced at 32,395*. The new 3.2-liter with AWD is aggressively priced at $34,395*.
The XC60's normally aspirated 3.2 is the same engine that powers the base S80 flagship sedan introduced in 2008 and comes standard with a six-speed automatic transmission. The inline 6-cylinder produces an energetic 235 horsepower and 236 pound-feet of torque across a wide power band that provides for the XC60's quick, fluid acceleration.
Fuel economy for the 3.2-liter is nothing short of excellent with an estimated 27 miles per gallon on the highway and an estimated 18 miles per gallon in the city. Additionally, Volvo - a perennial leader in emissions control - offers two version of the 3.2 with either ULEV-II (ultra low emissions) or PZEV (partial zero emissions) systems.
This latest edition of what might be termed the world's safest passenger vehicle incorporates more than 80 years of safety innovation including the Volvo invented 3-point seatbelt more than 50-years ago to the introduction of standard City Safety, a low-speed collision avoidance system, launched with the 2010 XC60 T6 AWD earlier this year.
Other safety features include Roll Stability Control (RSC), pretensioned seatbelts in all seating positions, an inflatable side curtain for front and rear passengers and a high-strength Boron steel roof structure, the XC60 combines both active and passive safety systems in one stunningly designed package. Additional standard safety features include Dynamic Stability Traction Control (DSTC), anti-lock brakes, WHIPS, Volvo's whiplash protection seats, and the SIPS side-impact protection system.
Standard equipment on the XC60 3.2 includes: 17-inch alloy wheels; auto-dimming inside rearview mirror, Bluetooth with hands free capability, dual zone Electronic Climate Control, front fog lamps, HD Radio, high performance audio system with 8-speakers, a 4x40 amplifier, CD player with MP3 capability, cargo area load cover, power driver's seat with memory function including the outside mirrors, Sirius Satellite Radio including a 6-month complimentary subscription and USB and auxiliary inputs.
The XC60 3.2 is also included in Volvo's excellent Complimentary Factory Scheduled Maintenance program, which covers the first three years or 36,000 miles (whichever comes first). Complimentary Factory Scheduled Maintenance helps reduce the cost of ownership by providing customers the first four maintenance visits to their Volvo retailer as complimentary. A wide range of services are covered by the program, including oil and filter changes, cabin filter replacement, complete fluid level top-offs and a check of the vehicle's on-board diagnostic system.
The XC60 3.2 also has five preferred value packages and a wide assortment of stand alone optional equipment available:
|Leather Seating Surfaces|
|Tinted windows rear seats and cargo area|
|Compass in Rearview Mirror|
|Power Passenger Seat|
|Heated Front Seats|
|Heated Rear Seats|
|Heated Windshield Washer Nozzles|
|Interior Air Quality System (IAQS)|
|Total Package Value|
|12V Power Outlet in Cargo Area|
|Grocery Bag Holder, Cargo Area|
|Park Assist, Front & Rear|
|Power Operated Tailgate|
|Total Package Value|
|Dynaudio Premium Sound System with Dolby® Pro Logic® II Surround Sound|
|Navigation System with DVD Map Data, Real-Time Traffic, & Remote Control|
|Rear Park Assist Camera|
|Total Package Value|
|Adaptive Cruise Control|
|Collision Warning with Auto Brake|
|Driver Alert Control|
|Lane Departure Warning|
|Stand Alone Options:|
|All Wheel Drive with Instant Traction & Hill Descent Control||$2,000|
|Electric Silver Metallic Paint||$675|
|Laminated Panoramic Roof, Two Laminated Glass Panels w/Power||$600|
|Modern Wood Center Stack Inlay||$295|
|Blind Spot Information System (BLIS)||$700|
|Personal Car Communicator (PCC) with Keyless Drive, Two-Way||$550|
|Car Communicator and Heartbeat Sensor|
|Dual Outboard Two-Stage Child Booster Seats w/ Adaptive Seatbelts||$500|
|and Power Child Locks (Rear Doors)||$465|
|Dual Xenon Gas Discharge Headlights with Active Bending Light (ABL)||$800|
|18" MERAC Wheels||$750|
|VCNA, part of Volvo Car Corporation in Gothenburg, Sweden, provides marketing, sales,|
|parts, service, technology and training support to Volvo automobile retailers in the|
|United States, and oversees Volvo operations in Canada.|
|The 2010 Volvo Cars model lineup includes the award-winning S40 and its wagon|
|counterpart the V50; the award-winning XC90; the sporty S60 sedan; the flagship|
|S80 luxury sedan; versatile V70 wagon and rugged XC70 (Cross Country);|
|the stunning C70 retractable hardtop convertible; the dynamic C30 and the new|
|XC60 with standard City Safety.|
|*prices do not include destination charges of $850|