While I concede my Volvo runs like a dream, is relaiable, and looks pretty snazzy, I am hugely disappointed in the gas mileage. To me, this is a small car. The rear seating is snug for 2 normal sized Americans, (read a little overweight) and there is not much leg room back there for them. The console does not work for me, I find the cup placement inconvienent and lacking. Placing storage to the rear of the driver in the console begs for distraction in trying to access it while driving. This car should get a minimum of 30 miles per gallon for the size. Overall, the workmanship is excellent, it is not a cheaply made car. Finally, my local volvo dealership has now gone out of business and there is no local shop to honor my "lifetime oil change" contract. grrrr.
Better car than I thought it would be, quality of construction.
No need to slam doors to close them, just nudge them to close and its done.
Much faster than I thought it would be, once turbo kicks in, its about as fast I want to accelerate so merging onto the interstate is easily done.
Car is quiet and stable at speed so you have to watch the speedometer.
The car can creep up to 90+ without any really sense the car is going faster except you realize you are passing everyone else.
Just FYI, top speed I've read is limited by the computer at 138 MPH.
The S60 handles well, is comfortable and has a better sound system than I've ever had in my house.
Although on the smaller side, the car has plenty of room to seat 4 adults comfortably. We have a newborn and the car seat's size requires the passenger seat to be moved up but still allows for plenty of leg room for the passenger.
The car is stylish and removed from the boxier look of previous Volvo models. The interior is what makes the car over the top. Seats are comfortable leather and easily adjustable. Plenty of headroom and I am over 6ft tall. The sound system is great and does not need an aftermarket upgrade. The dash display is a crisp gray background with digital white letters/numerals.
It handles well and has plenty of get up and go. I average over 24 mpg with most of my driving in town.
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Published on Monday, March 13, 2017
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