Wife and I bought a red 2007 S60 2.5t at the Greenville SC Carmax. She loves it and I like it. I am 6'2 and the front seats have plenty of leg room but if someone other than a child had to sit in the back they wouldn't fit. When my wife drives a person would have plenty of room. When I drive the car I love everything except for the steering will location. This is the first car I had ever had where I wanted the steering wheel to go up and not down. It just doesn't feel good to me but maybe it will take some time to grow on me. The ride is firm but not to firm. Acceleration is good and you can put any grade of gasoline you want in it. Overall I like this car and I love the "Volvo" smell.
2008 Volvo S60P - Raleigh,NC03/22/2011
The car drives well and is a great value for the money.
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