For The Volvo V60 has a classy, comfortable and spacious cabin. It’s keenly priced and comes with a huge array of standard and optional safety kit.
Against The boot isn’t as big as you’d expect a Volvo estate’s to be, and it’s not as much fun to drive as some competitors.
The Volvo V60 is a well-rounded and appealing alternative to its German rivals. It scores particularly highly for safety and comfort.
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The Volvo V60 isn’t supposed to be your typical load-lugging Volvo estate – that’s why they call it a Sports Wagon. That means the boot isn’t as big as you’d expect, but clever design means it’s still pretty practical. The cabin is classy and comfortable for passengers, too.
Every version comes very well equipped, with climate and cruise controls, alloy wheels, four powered windows and a host of safety kit.
The 2.0-litre D3 diesel engine will be the best-seller due to its mix of strength and affordable running costs. However, it doesn’t quite stack up on either count next to the comparable engines in rivals like the Audi A4 Avant and BMW 3 Series Touring.
The V60 isn't as much fun as the BMW to drive, either, and it’s not as refined as it should be. Even so, it’s an attractive and affordable alternative.
I have owned 3 Volvo's previously, 2 V70s & C70, without doubt the most comfortable cars I have owned or driven. I took a V60 R Design 1.6 115ps…
Had the 1 yr old car about 4 months. On the whole very good and pleased. Nippy D5 engine great but you pay for it in lower mpg. We get 35 to 40…
I have had this car for approximately 6 months and I have enjoyed driving it throughout that period. I drive quite low mileages (8k/p.a) but recently…
Nice in the cabin but ride is not particularly brilliant. Steering too light, rear seat legroom is limited and boot is surprisingly small. Controls…
An affordable version of the S60, and for our money, one of the best.