The Volvo XC60 is not the best large SUV to drive; if you're looking for something sportier there's the Porsche Macan, while the Audi Q5 is more comfortable. However, being classy inside, roomy and well equipped, the Volvo is still a strong choice. Moving up the trim list can make its price less appealing, though.get the best price
Range-topping Inscription trim does bring 19in alloy wheels and an even more upmarket interior with nappa leather, ambient lighting, wood trim and fully electric seats. However, it pushes the XC60’s price into the realm of altogether bigger and better cars, such as the Land Rover Discovery and Volvo’s own flagship XC90.
Engine: 2.0 B5D
The B5 (D) has 232bhp, but we've not tried it yet. It's hard to see why it's worth the added expense over the D4 or B4 (D), though.