2014 Volvo V60 is a five-door, midsize station wagon based on Volvo’s S60 sedan. On sale in Europe considering that 2011, the V60 is now coming to the U.S. to reinforce Volvo’s lineup. That suggests a 250-horsepower turbocharged five-cylinder in the base-level V60 T5, with basic front-wheel drive or optional all-wheel drive.
Performance of V60
The V60 will concurrently pack a niche abandoned by the departed V70 and V50 terminal wagons, which have been gone with a few years now, but it continues to be to be seen whether the U.S. market still has a hunger for reasonably sized, premium-priced terminal wagons.
Design and Exterior
With large wheels and a wedge-shaped nose-to-tail style with swooping lines in the center, the S60 is much more recognizable on the road than any type of Volvo to come prior to it. The exterior of the car has actually been upgraded for 2014 to consist of a slightly modified front hood, grille, and bumper; new headlight style; and LED daytime running lights.
Volvo V60 Interior
Volvo’s Swedish style values actually shows inside, where the brand has actually taken distinctive areas and contrasting colors to a brand-new level. Special lumber and metal specifying, along with the captivating floating facility pile, really set a style instructions inside. Up close it’s easy and plain, yet somehow welcoming, with a dash product imitated the rippled surface of water, and the two-tone components extending to the upholstery, tool panel, and product structures.
Engine of 2014 Volvo V60
Above that, Volvo will additionally provide the V60 T6 AWD R-design, which will be powered by a 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder engine making 325-hp and 354 lb-ft of torque. R-Design is back as a performance trim, after a couple of years of Volvo positioning R-Design bundles simply as look upgrades. The R-Design model of the V60 will start at $45,215, and integrated with Platinum trim will certainly start at $48,215.
Pricing isn’t formal, however we anticipate the V60 to be a little more expensive than the S60. The S60 T5 begins around $32,500, while the T6 starts around $41,000. Pricing for the V60 plug-in hybrid is unknown.