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77 Volvo S60 results

2017 Volvo S60 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Sergio
Sergio
Long Beach, California
4.0
Great family car
I love this car. My husband got it for us when we had our second child. This car is just a great family car due to itÕs size and safety features. Would highly recommend to anyone with kids.
Los Angeles, California
4.0
Volvo S60, impressive in a competitive market.
Overall, my S60 is by far the nicest car I've had the privilege of driving. Upgrading from a 2001 Toyota Corolla picked up for $2000 to a car that was twenty times the price, I really fell in love with it. From the outside, it's sleek with well placed lines and contours that differentiates it from the Volvo box styling that has been a hallmark of the Swedish manufacturer since the 240. The tires are hefty 17 inch 225 width Pirellis that struck a reasonable balance between economy and performance. The FWD layout is a disappointment, as the understeer that's built in hampers the 240HP Turbo inline four with suspension meant to comfort, not corner. Features are all there, active cruise control, multiple climate zones, six way seats with memory, but the digital console and dashboard are starting to look dated. With the future of the luxury segment going towards HUDs and touch screen infotainment, Volvo's unwieldy button and knob system will have to shape up or ship out. Like most imports, it takes only 91 octane, which gets pricey when you average 19mpg. All in all, I got it because I had a great lease deal, $260 a month with $800 down, but if I could get a C300 for that, I wouldn't be driving what I do.