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2020 Volvo S60

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Without a flagship luxury badge on its nose, the 2020 Volvo S60 is often overlooked among European luxury cars, but its luxury credentials make it worthy of serious consideration. While the S60 may not have the same cachet as Europe’s better-recognized sport sedans, it is a solid, safety-forward car that, thanks to a combination of attractive styling and top-notch interior design, manages to rise above the mainstream market. The S60 lacks the powertrain refinement found in its more-expensive counterparts, and its infotainment system can be a bit finicky to configure and operate, but the S60’s cabin alone makes it a worthy competitor to Europe’s best. Its seats are among the most comfortable and supportive of any luxury car under $100,000, and when combined with Volvo’s available semi-autonomous highway driving features, they make for a phenomenal highway cruiser.  For those who crave the sharper handling and more power, there’s even a sporty, all-wheel-drive Polestar-engineered hybrid model packing 415 horsepower, and since it’s a plug-in, it makes urban living hassle-free too. The 2020 S60 isn’t perfect, but it’s quite an impressive package. The 2020 Volvo S60 represents a unique blend of ingenuity and common sense without an eye-watering price tag.  What’s new for 2020? For 2020, Volvo made its 12.3-inch digital cluster standard across the S60 lineup. A new premium audio system was also added to the Polestar Engineered variant of the T8 model, which also got a slight bump in hybrid battery capacity. The adaptive suspension system was removed as a stand-alone option, but remains available as a component of some trim packages. What’s the interior and in-car technology like? If the 2020 Volvo S60 was a concert, its interior would be the headline act. Its cabins range from impressive to stunning, with premium materials and gorgeous design from top to bottom. Higher-end models are bedecked with open-pore wood and/or real metal trim pieces. Inscription models get a crystal gear selector, and sportier R-Design and Polestar Engineered variants have one wrapped in leather.  Volvo’s infotainment suite, dubbed “Sensus,” occupies a vertical touchscreen that interfaces with the S60’s digital cluster. It is compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and also offers robust integration with phones via Bluetooth, including speech-to-text, allowing it to read and compose text messages without outside assistance. Sensus lacks polish in some areas, offering slow boot-up times and menus that can be difficult to navigate on the road, but its settings allow for à la carte selection of just about all of the S60’s safety and driver assist technology. On T8 models, there are also multiple settings for hybrid system behavior. How big is the S60? The S60 is Volvo’s smallest sedan. With a wheelbase of more than 113 inches and an overall length of approximately 187 inches, it’s the same size as most of Europe’s luxury compacts, including the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Audi A4. Because Europe’s small cars have grown so much over the years, they offer genuine family-friendly space. Though non-luxury midsize …
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Without a flagship luxury badge on its nose, the 2020 Volvo S60 is often overlooked among European luxury cars, but its luxury credentials make it worthy of serious consideration. While the S60 may not have the same cachet as Europe’s better-recognized sport sedans, it is a solid, safety-forward car that, thanks to a combination of attractive styling and top-notch interior design, manages to rise above the mainstream market. The S60 lacks the powertrain refinement found in its more-expensive counterparts, and its infotainment system can be a bit finicky to configure and operate, but the S60’s cabin alone makes it a worthy competitor to Europe’s best. Its seats are among the most comfortable and supportive of any luxury car under $100,000, and when combined with Volvo’s available semi-autonomous highway driving features, they make for a phenomenal highway cruiser.  For those who crave the sharper handling and more power, there’s even a sporty, all-wheel-drive Polestar-engineered hybrid model packing 415 horsepower, and since it’s a plug-in, it makes urban living hassle-free too. The 2020 S60 isn’t perfect, but it’s quite an impressive package. The 2020 Volvo S60 represents a unique blend of ingenuity and common sense without an eye-watering price tag.  What’s new for 2020? For 2020, Volvo made its 12.3-inch digital cluster standard across the S60 lineup. A new premium audio system was also added to the Polestar Engineered variant of the T8 model, which also got a slight bump in hybrid battery capacity. The adaptive suspension system was removed as a stand-alone option, but remains available as a component of some trim packages. What’s the interior and in-car technology like? If the 2020 Volvo S60 was a concert, its interior would be the headline act. Its cabins range from impressive to stunning, with premium materials and gorgeous design from top to bottom. Higher-end models are bedecked with open-pore wood and/or real metal trim pieces. Inscription models get a crystal gear selector, and sportier R-Design and Polestar Engineered variants have one wrapped in leather.  Volvo’s infotainment suite, dubbed “Sensus,” occupies a vertical touchscreen that interfaces with the S60’s digital cluster. It is compatible with both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and also offers robust integration with phones via Bluetooth, including speech-to-text, allowing it to read and compose text messages without outside assistance. Sensus lacks polish in some areas, offering slow boot-up times and menus that can be difficult to navigate on the road, but its settings allow for à la carte selection of just about all of the S60’s safety and driver assist technology. On T8 models, there are also multiple settings for hybrid system behavior. How big is the S60? The S60 is Volvo’s smallest sedan. With a wheelbase of more than 113 inches and an overall length of approximately 187 inches, it’s the same size as most of Europe’s luxury compacts, including the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes-Benz C-Class and Audi A4. Because Europe’s small cars have grown so much over the years, they offer genuine family-friendly space. Though non-luxury midsize …
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Engine 2.0L I-4
MPG 21 City / 32 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission Geartronic 8-spd w/OD
Power 316 @ 5700 rpm
Drivetrain all wheel
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