2014 Volvo XC60
75,562 Miles | West Park, FL
$14,498
Est $209/mo

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2014 Volvo XC60
95,390 Miles | Doral, FL
$13,998
Est $202/mo

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2014 Volvo XC60
69,210 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$22,900
Est $330/mo

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2013 Volvo XC60
63,140 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$18,655
Est $269/mo

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2012 Volvo XC60
53,534 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$17,385
Est $251/mo

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2016 Volvo XC60
10,851 Miles | South San Francisco, CA
$27,350
Est $394/mo

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2018 Volvo XC60
19,038 Miles | Decatur, GA
$40,046
Est $577/mo

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2016 Volvo XC60
33,441 Miles | Buena Park, CA
$32,998
Est $476/mo

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2015 Volvo XC60
68,878 Miles | Greensboro, NC
$22,998
Est $331/mo

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2015 Volvo XC60
39,034 Miles | Tampa, FL
$24,998
Est $360/mo

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2015 Volvo XC60
55,099 Miles | Inglewood, CA
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2015 Volvo XC60
36,250 Miles | Sterling, VA
$24,998
Est $360/mo

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2013 Volvo XC60
66,117 Miles | Sterling, VA
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2016 Volvo XC60
25,671 Miles | Huntsville, AL
$24,599
Est $355/mo

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2013 Volvo XC60
67,287 Miles | Stockbridge, GA
$16,599
Est $239/mo

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2013 Volvo XC60
50,227 Miles | Doral, FL
$19,599
Est $283/mo

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2012 Volvo XC60
77,577 Miles | Pensacola, FL
$18,998
Est $274/mo

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2014 Volvo XC60
47,181 Miles | Brooklyn Park, MN
$23,998
Est $346/mo

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2015 Volvo XC60
44,084 Miles | Pleasanton, CA
$23,998
Est $346/mo

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2015 Volvo XC60
29,150 Miles | Louisville, KY
$24,599
Est $355/mo

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Volvo XC60 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.7
6 Reviews
Overall
4.7
Value
4.7
Performance
3.8
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.7
Reliability
4.5

Volvo XC60 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Volvo XC60 - Great car.

XC60 Owner
Williamsburg, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
This is a real good car for me very dependable and I like the features and its really good on oil change I can go 10 months without a oil change and I like that I have plenty of leg room and I like the blue tooth in the car. I like the hands free aspect of it. I like the leather. I like the fact of the back seat fold down and I am able to put things in the back. I really enjoy the fact that I can put things in the back cargo space. This car also had two sets of floor mats the back seat also has a place to put your cups and also very spacious. that is some of the pros. The cons is, that there is no rear back up came and I had a couple of fender benders in this car not my fault but a back up cam would have helped me. also I had the battery replaced twice since I owned the car also you st... (more)
Story
Driving this car the first time in the Washington, D.C. I was so nervous because this city driving is scary but in this Volvo I put this car on city control. and I had to find this park I got to the park and then I had to find a place to park and then that was another mission I drove around Downtown D.C. until I found a parking spot which ended up being 2 miles from the park this funny to me b... (more)
Pros
Very nice looking car, really smooth ride, good on oil, safe. Really good leg room and car is considered a luxury vehicle, also like the sunroof and the Bluetooth, it has seat warmers.
Cons
Cargo space not that big also had to replace two batteries since I had this car. Also there is no GPS System or back up cam.

2001 Volvo XC60 -

RM
Waitsfield, Vermont
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
5.0
I owned my first Volvo in 1973 and have now owned a total of 5. I've been to Sweden twice and toured the Gothenburg factory and the Volvo Museum. So I am a Volvo enthusiast. There is a particular, distinctive way the Swedes design cars that makes them functional, practical, long-lasting, rugged and safe. That's not just marketing hype. It is fact. Their engine performance is completely adequate but not breathtaking. Their braking system and handling are tuned for safe, predictable functioning in all kinds of roads and weathers. Overall, I think any car built by Volvo is the best choice for driving on today's roads, keeping safety, crash-avoidance and crash protection in mind. And they make the most comfy seats you will ever find.
Story
During one particularly strong, nighttime snow storm, when no one was driving, I decided to test the AWD traction of my car on the streets in my small town. It was a bit foolish but so was I in those days. A foot of snow had fallen and there was no letup in sight. The town plows had made one pass over the streets but were hardly making an impact on the rapidly accumulating, dry, powdery snow... (more)
Pros
My latest Volvo is just like all the others I have owned. Completely reliable, comfortable and a pleasure to drive. It is stable, lively and fun. Being an AWD model, the severe-weather performance is outstanding. With a set of top-brand winter tires, it is virtually unstoppable and its handling and stability on snow and ice are phenomenal. The Swedes know snow and they design their cars with treacherous conditions in mind. In the 120+ inches of snow that typically falls in my area in winter, there isn't a more capable car than my Volvo.
Cons
There isn't much that I don't like about my car. True, the fuel mileage could be a bit higher, but that's my only complaint.

2010 Volvo XC60 - Happy

Sandra
Charlotte, North Carolina
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
I like my Volvo. It has enough space inside especially on the back. Where my 2 kids ride comfortable, one of them with a big and bulky car-seat. The engine has a lot of power.
Story
We travel a lot in my car. As a single mom, I don't have too much to plan trips. It is so easy for me put my kids and my dog in the car and get on the road.
Pros
The best thing for Volvo is that one of the most safety cars. The seats are comfortable, the features and everything inside are very nice, and the speakers are really good. It has a good radio system.
Cons
The big problem with Volvo is when your guaranty expire the parts are really expensive. Another thing is the dashboard started to peeling for no reason. It made it look really old. The only solution that the dealer gave me was to change the hall plastic, but that was way too expensive. So I scratched as much as I could and looked better.

Volvo XC60 Generations

The XC60 is a five-passenger compact luxury SUV from Volvo. It's available in front-wheel or all-wheel drive. The vehicle is in its second generation as of 2019. It currently slots in Volvo's lineup between the smaller XC40 and the larger, three-row XC90. It competes against the Lexus NX and RX, Acura RDX, Mercedes-Benz GLC, BMW X1 and X3, Audi Q5 and Infiniti QX50.

2018 - Present (Second Generation)

This compact crossover was completely redesigned for the 2018 model year for its second generation.

The newest XC60 shares most of its chassis design with the larger XC90 as well as other Volvo models including the S90 sedan, V90 wagon and V90 XC wagon variant, S60 sedan and V60 wagon. Most of these models also share powertrains.

This was the first generation of the XC60 model to be designed and built under Volvo's new Geely ownership, the Chinese automaker that bought Volvo from Ford in 2010.

There were three different engines in this generation in the T5, T6 and T8. The T5 was a 2.0-liter, inline-four cylinder turbo putting out 250 horsepower. The T6 was also 2.0-liters but was both turbocharged and supercharged for a total of 316 horsepower. The T8 was a plug-in hybrid that included an 87 horsepower electric engine alongside its gas engine, which was the same as the T6, for a total of 400 horsepower.

Gas mileage for the T5 was 22 mpg in the city and 28 on the highway. The T6 got 23 in the city and 27 on the highway. The T8 hybrid got 26 mpg combined highway and city.

All XC60s in this generation were equipped with an eight-speed automatic transmission. The T5 and T6 were both AWD and the T8 split power with the electric powering the rear wheels and the gas engine the front.

The three trim levels in this generation were the Momentum, R-Design and Inscription. Some standard features across trims included a panoramic roof, rearview camera, leather seats with power adjustment and SiriusXM satellite radio.

The Momentum was the base trim and offered standard features such as 18-inch alloy wheels, two-zone climate control, an eight-inch info display and specially-treated aluminum interior trim called Iron Ore. The other available interior trim was called Linear Lime Wood.

The R-Design trim features a sporty exterior with accents like a blacked-out grille, more muted detailing and neutral interior design. The info display in this trim is 12.3 inches and includes navigation. Other standard features include keyless ignition and a power-assist liftgate.

The top trim is the Inscription and it features additional chrome trim and 19-inch wheels with the T5 engine and 20-inch wheels with the T6 and T8. Additional features included four-zone climate control, extra interior lighting and more upscale interior accents.

2010 - 2017 (First Generation)

The first generation of XC60 debuted in North America for the 2010 model year and it quickly became Volvo's best-selling vehicle.

As a five-door CUV, the XC60 was built on the Volvo P3 platform; this generation also shared some technology with the Land Rover Freelander when both brands were owned by Ford.

The AWD version of the 2010 XC60 offered two engine choices: the turbocharged 3.0-liter that made 281 horsepower or the 3.2-liter inline-six putting out 235 horsepower. Both were paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.

Gas mileage for the XC60 depended on the engine and drive combination. The 3.2-liter with FWD got 18 mpg in the city and 27 on the highway. The 3.2-liter with AWD got 16 in the city and 22 on the highway.

Safety ratings for the 2011 model AWD by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration were five stars almost across the board except for the rollover category where it scored four out of five possible stars. Scores from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety were similarly strong with four out of four Good ratings.

The XC60 was updated for the 2014 model year. The exterior was slightly restyled in the front, and the interior got new trim accents.

The most significant aspect of this redesign was in technology. The AWD system was revised to improve handling and cornering. T6 models also got faster shifting ability in sport mode.

At this point, the X60 had three trims, which came with different engines.

The base, 3.2 trim offered a 240-horsepower, 3.2-liter inline six-cylinder engine with a six-speed automatic transmission with a manual shift mode.

The T6 trim included a 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six with 300 horsepower, plus standard AWD and a six-speed automatic transmission with manual shift mode.

The top trim was the T6 R-Design; it had the same engine as the T6, but it was tweaked to make 325 horsepower. A six-speed automatic and AWD were standard. Available trim package options included the Premier for the 3.2, the Premier Plus and the Platinum.

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