The Volvo V60 is considered a high-level station wagon for families that focuses on the typical features of the Swedish brand: quality, comfort, and safety. It was launched in 2010 and modernized eight years later with a second-generation, which remains very similar to the first one. Its exterior design is easily recognizable as some details such as the rear lights are nowhere to be found in cars of other brands. The interiors also maintain a certain degree of originality, and all the finishes are well cared for. The offered engines are many and range from 150 to 367 horsepower in the V60 Polestar variant, which accelerates from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in less than 5 seconds. The steering is light and the ride is pleasant. Compared to Volvos produced in the years before 2010, the suspension is 50% stiffer. But an even more noteworthy factor of the V60 is safety: it was one of the first cars to integrate a pedestrian recognition system with safety alerts and automatic braking. The overall strength of the car is also excellent. As I said before, the second generation does not bring any particular changes on a practical level. Unfortunately, prices are definitely high. Except this, awesome cars like the Audi A4 and the 3 Series Touring will have to tremble, because Volvo is offering a very interesting alternative.

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🏎 Volvo V60
📍 Sweden
🛠 “T3” 1.6 240NM 150HP
💨 9,7 seconds
🔝 205km/h
💶 39.500€ in Europe
💵 41.000$ in the Unites States
Our vote: ⭐⭐⭐⭐️⚡ (4,5/5)