Volvo finally has a good engine and gearbox to go with the smart styling of the XC60. In its R-Design trim, the XC60 is a more involving drive and comes with a long list of pampering and safety equipment too. So should you go for it? If you don’t need all-wheel drive, which for a road biased SUV is not a top priority, the FWD XC60 will impress you with its breadth of abilities.
Smart styling, new engine and gearbox, comfort, safety
Torque steer, low speed ride
The XC60 is now a quality SUV with a strong engine and gearbox to take on the likes of the BMW X3 and Audi Q5
If you had to buy a luxury midsizer that’s fresh in the market and comes with a good overall package, there isn’t a better choice than the BMW X3 and the Volvo XC60. So which one is best? Here’s our middleweight tussle
A new engine and gearbox make the XC60 a refreshing SUV alternative to the BMW X3 and Audi Q5, especially in this R-Design trim. Read on to find out why
The XC60 receives a similar update as the S60 R-Design - 2.0-litre Drive-E diesel engine and 8-speed auto 'box
Just like Volvo plans to bring in the smaller cousin of the S60 sedan, the Swedish auto manufacturer plans the same in the SUV segment with the XC60.
Volvo's new XC60 4x4 will offer a choice of thirteen colours, three engines and three trims, with the ground-breaking City Safety system standard across the range, the company has confirmed. The car is available to order now, with prices running from £24,750 to £34,495.
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