Interior design and technology – Volvo XC60 (2022)

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October 14, 2021

Volvo’s XC60 remained its best-selling model in the January-to-September period, at 162,596 cars (2020: 131,091). We take a closer look inside this popular SUV.

By Matthew Beecham

Interior design and technology – Volvo XC60 (1)

The second-generation XC60 has several trim levels to choose from: the entry-level Momentum, Inscription Expression (Recharge plug-in hybrid), R-Design and R-Design Pro, Inscription and Inscription Pro and Polestar Engineered. The interior, regardless of trim, is cloaked in some classy materials.

The Inscription Pro we took out this week featured a frameless rearview mirror; heated steering wheel, windscreen and wiper blades; front seat backrest massage function; active bending headlights; keyless entry and start; head-up display; powered boot opening/closing; and puddle lights. It also came with driftwood inlays along the dash and centre console. The latter looks and feels far more expensive than it sounds.

Additional equipment in the Polestar Engineered trim includes a Harman Kardon premium audio system, aluminium front tread plates, Polestar’s ‘signature gold’ seatbelts and a stitched finish for the instrument panel. Volvo points out that Momentum is the most popular trim level, accounting for around 35% of total sales.

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Inside the no-nonsense, business-like lounge of the five-seater XC60, the instrument cluster springs to life as you enter, displaying all the usual and critical driver information. Built-in light sensors control the brightness of the display that adjusts to exterior lighting conditions. Positioned on a central satin chrome stack of the uncomplicated dash is a single rotary jewel-like knob beneath a large feature-packed nine-inch portrait-oriented infotainment touchscreen.

Although new cars with minimalist cockpits are becoming increasingly common not just on Volvos but across the board, some of us still prefer to adjust the HVAC using old-fashioned dials while keeping our eyes on the road. The voice-activated control system works in tandem with the touchscreen. We used it to operate functions such as changing the cabin temperature, inputting an address in the sat-nav or changing radio stations. It generally worked fine although a little hit and miss.

The touchscreen is flanked by a pair of vertical chrome air vents. These have a silver central section – for directing the flow of air – that appears to ‘float’ in the middle of the vent. This is adjusted via a diamond-cut rotary control knob, which is also seen in Volvo’s 40 and 90 series cars.

(Video) 2022 Volvo XC60 Infotainment System

We have often found that the steering wheel controls on Volvo models are particularly intuitive. The XC60 is no exception. The left-hand spoke offers control of driving-function related systems such as speed limiter, adaptive cruise control and so on. The right-hand spoke accesses all the crisp infotainment features, including audio, phone and navigation. The twist-and-go engine start mounted on the tunnel console was a joy to use.

The posh cabin is long and wide with an optional panoramic powered glass tilt roof providing lots of natural light in the back. The light-coloured interior further emphasises the sense of cabin space. Seating-wise, the power front seats allow plenty of headroom for six-footers, although the sunroof leaves a little less headroom in the back. Rear seat occupants also benefit from four-zone climate control which also cools the glovebox.

The boot holds 483 litres with rear seats in the upright position. Boot shape itself is deep and practical with no major wheel arch intrusion. Folding the 60/40 rear seats flat liberates 1,395 litres of space enabling a mountain bike to slip through the large power-operated tailgate which can be activated by pressing a button on the dash or underside of the boot lid.

Forward visibility is good with no major blind spots to get bothered about thanks to some relatively thin A-pillars. Rear visibility is not so great (it rarely is in any SUV), although a rearview monitor, bird’s eye view camera and Pilot Assist (see below) help during parking manoeuvres.

While the heated rear seats (outer edge of seats only) do not slide or recline like some rivals, the outer seats incorporate a neat storage idea in the shape of a compartment incorporated into the seat base that can store an iPad, book or magazine.

Storage-wise, the XC60 has plenty of sizeable rubber-lined cubbies with two cup holders in the front and rear. The rubber prevents objects from sliding around. We also like the attention to detail. For example, the storage bins are fitted with soft-close lids and the sides of the centre console are lined with carpet so you won’t graze your knuckles as you buckle up your seat belt.

Other comfort and convenience features fitted to the press tester included an interior air cleaner, wireless/inductive mobile phone charger pad located on the centre console, and power-folding second-row headrests.

Suppliers to the XC60 include Autoliv, Faurecia and Tenneco. Autoliv supplies the airbags; Faurecia the door panels and exhaust manifold for the gasoline-powered versions of the XC60.The car seemingly flies over bumpy country roads thanks to its controlled electronic suspension system, supplied by Tenneco. The XC60 uses the same suspension as the flagship XC90.

Connectivity and infotainment

Incorporated across the Volvo range is its so-called Sensus Connect. This cloud-based service allows the driver to find and pay for parking from the car, find a restaurant, stream favourite music and do a few more things besides. The driver can also have text messages read out loud without removing their hands from the wheel. Also falling under the auspices of Sensus Connect is Volvo On Call that allows drivers to communicate directly with their car via a smartphone application to lock, unlock, check fuel levels,locate the car and check mileage. The Sensus Connect infotainment system is compatible with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and 4G standards.

The sat-nav is also worthy of note. While all the usual apps are provided on Volvo’s Sensus Navigation, they include useful things like Glympse (send your location to friends and family); Send to Car (send a destination to the car from a phone using Volvo On Call); and Weather. Volvo On Call was initially developed as a telematics safety system that alerts the emergency services if you are involved in an accident, or if you need roadside assistance due to a flat tyre. It now also acts as a security system allowing stolen vehicles to be tracked. Other neat tricks include notification if your car alarm is triggered, remote car lock/unlock, flash headlight for location in a crowded car park and remote operation of the HVAC system.

The DAB sound system is engineered by Harman Kardon with Dolby Pro Logic II Surround Sound. The set-up involves 10 speakers, surround sound digital processing and a total system output of 1,100 watts. More specifically, it includes an air-ventilated subwoofer integrated into the car’s body (as opposed to a freestanding unit) to provide low bass tunes, and a speaker on top of the dash. More specifically, the ‘Tweeter-on-Top’ technology minimises acoustic reflection from the windscreen while also reducing colouration, resulting in a sound that’s a more detailed, purer and truthful account of the information on a track.

Advanced driver assistance systems

As expected from Volvo, the XC60 comes wrapped in a safety blanket of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS): Steer Assist (automatically provides steering input in an emergency to help avoid potential collisions), Oncoming Lane Mitigation (designed to prevent head-on collisions at certain speeds if you unwittingly drift out of lane, guiding you into your lane and out of the path of any oncoming cars) and Blind Spot Information Systems with Steer Assist (automatically applies the steering to bring the car back into its lane, again at certain speeds). The Run-off Road Protection is another useful ADAS feature that automatically tightens the front seatbelts should the car inadvertently leave the road, while front seat frames with a collapsible section reduce vertical forces to help prevent spinal injuries.

It also features the carmaker’s Pilot Assist semi-autonomous drive technology. Available across the XC60 range, Pilot Assist helps the driver to drive the car between the lane’s side markings using steering assistance as well as to maintain an even speed, combined with a preselected time interval to the vehicle ahead. It assists with the steering (up to 80mph) to keep the car within its lane and works with the adaptive cruise control to maintain the desired cruising speed or a safe distance from any vehicle in front. Pilot Assist can automatically accelerate and brake with the flow of traffic, right down to a standstill. The system is optimised for motorway driving and requires you to have your hands on the steering wheel at all times.

Other ADAS technologies include adaptive cruise control, rear parking and 360-degree surround-view cameras, cross-traffic alert and pedestrian detection. The spec list goes on.

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On the road

The powertrain choices are three Recharge plug-in hybrids and four mild-hybrids (two B5 and one B6 petrol, and a B4 diesel), with power outputs from 197hp to 405hp. All versions are all-wheel drive except for the B5, which is available in front- or all-wheel-drive form. On-the-road prices start at £41,745 for the 250hp B5 Momentum front-wheel-drive version.

Our press review was powered by a T8 AWD plug-in hybrid unit with an automatic transmission. Customer research shows that Volvo Cars’ plug-in hybrids are now driven around half of the time in pure electric mode. This powertrain upgrade will increase that percentage, further cementing their position as ‘part-time electric cars’.

Seated for long-ish and winding journeys felt comfortable surrounded by a commanding and understated cockpit. Its minimalist yet elegant cabin swathed with soft-touch trim and supportive cream ventilated Nappa soft leather seats make this an undeniably snug place to sit for a few hours. On balance, the latest generation XC60 remains a solid, safe and sensible family choice, bristling with appealing spec. It’s easy to live with day-to-day. Although it doesn’t yet drive itself, the Pilot Assist goes some way to support this aim.

The XC60 is built alongside the V90 and XC90 at the carmaker’s Torslanda plant in Gothenburg, Sweden (Recharge plug-in hybrid versions are built in Chengdu, China.) Its rivals include the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Land Rover Discovery Sport.

Best-seller

Geely’s Volvo Cars sold 530,649 cars in the first nine months of 2021, up 17.6% compared with the same period last year. More specifically, the XC60 remained the best-selling model in the January-to-September period, at 162,596 cars (2020: 131,091), followed by the XC40 at 156,920 (2020: 121,905) and the XC90 with 80,402 (2020: 61,327).

For the first nine months of 2021, the number of cars sold online increased by more than 360% compared with the same period in 2020. This growth was driven by increasing customer demand in combination with a broadened offer in more markets. The Recharge line-up of chargeable models, with a fully electric or plug-in hybrid powertrain, continued to be popular. Their share globally reached 24.9% for the first nine months of the year, and 26.9% in September.

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FAQs

What does R-design mean on a Volvo XC60? ›

A Thrilling Concept

Volvo R-Design models are meant to recapture the thrill of driving, with packages that offer attractive styling touches such as upgraded front and rear fascia, frameless grill, a finned rear diffuser, and R-Design tailpipe.

What is the difference between Volvo XC60 R-design and inscription? ›

What is the difference? Whereas the R-Design is more sport-oriented, the Inscription is more oriented toward luxury. The front seats gain ventilation, and there is upgraded leather upholstery that gets added. You also get some seriously chic additions like chrome exterior trim that speak to the emphasis on luxury.

Is Volvo XC60 luxury car? ›

Volvo XC60 named Best Luxury Compact Crossover by Good Housekeeping. (MAHWAH, N.J.) March 23, 2022: The 2022 Volvo XC60 has been named Best Luxury Compact Crossover by Good Housekeeping for their 2022 Best New Family Car Awards.

Is Volvo XC60 a luxury SUV? ›

The XC60 should be on your shortlist if you're shopping for a luxury compact SUV. Its aforementioned qualities and average base price make it a good value. However, those craving more athleticism should take a look at the BMW X3 or Audi Q5. Thinking of leasing a Volvo XC60?

What is the difference between Volvo R-design and R-Design Pro? ›

R-Design is the sporty looking model of the range, and adds extra kit such as leather, diamond-cut alloys, gloss-black trim and tinted windows. Upgrade to R-Design Pro and heated front seats, adaptive headlights, bigger 20-inch alloys and an electrically adjustable driver's seat are added.

What does T6 mean Volvo XC60? ›

The Volvo T6 engine

Twin-charged means that the T6 is both turbocharged and supercharged, which allows the engine to enjoy even better performance on the road. The T6 receives more fuel and air than the T5, allowing it to power the vehicle more efficiently.

What is the difference between momentum and R-Design? ›

R-Design and Inscription derivatives share a high-gloss centre tunnel whereas the Momentum variant retains a Charcoal finish. Both Momentum and Inscription models feature a 3-spoke multifunction steering wheel with unideco inlays while the R-Design model features perforated leather with unideco inlays and a white seam.

What are the Volvo XC60 trim levels? ›

There are four 2021 XC60 trim packages — the Momentum, R-Design, Inscription, and Polestar Engineered.

Does the Volvo XC60 R-Design have air suspension? ›

R-Design trim has lowered suspension that's slightly firmer, but the difference isn't huge. If you opt for top-spec Ultimate, Volvo adds air suspension. That gives the car a generally composed and well-controlled ride that softens the edges off peaks and troughs at high speeds.

Is Volvo XC60 expensive to maintain? ›

Volvo XC60 Maintenance Costs

A Volvo XC60 will cost about $12,129 for maintenance and repairs during its first 10 years of service. This beats the industry average for luxury SUV models by $3,585. There is also a 36.25% chance that a XC60 will require a major repair during that time.

Is Volvo XC60 a safe car? ›

The 2019 XC60 is the safest midsize luxury SUV, having been awarded a 2019 IIHS Top Safety Pick.

Are Volvo XC60 seats comfortable? ›

The XC60 is the ideal luxury car for a whole lot of buyers, thanks to its sharp design, excellent safety and tech features, and some of the most comfortable seats you can find.

Is Volvo XC60 big enough for a family? ›

It's all about comfort and safety. The Volvo XC60 is an excellent combination of a mid-sized SUV mated with all the great features for long family trips and ease of daily driving. It can seamlessly switch between being a family car to a great SUV thanks to the powerful engines the XC60 comes paired with.

What competes with Volvo XC60? ›

8 Top Volvo XC60 Competitors
  • Porsche Macan.
  • Mercedes-Benz GLC Class.
  • Genesis GV70.
  • BMW X3.
  • Acura RDX.
  • Audi Q5.
  • Lincoln Nautilus.
  • Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio.
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Are Volvos expensive to maintain? ›

Are Volvos Expensive to Service? While the Volvo brand is listed higher in cost on a list created by Your Mechanic Inc., Volvos are more affordable to maintain than other luxury brands. Over a ten-year period of ownership, Volvo models cost an average of $100 more to maintain than Audi models.

What does R-Design Pro give you? ›

Features of the R-Design trim

It has firmer rear dampers, making the ride stiffer, but you'll notice a more balanced driving feel with firmer front bushings. In the cabin, R-Design ups the comfort level with sport seats.

Does R-Design have different suspension? ›

The R-design has a different suspension setup (stiffer sway bars and firmer "sport tuned suspension") which should give it a harder/sportier feel - less roll and may likely be a stiffer feeling on the road.

What happened to Volvo R-design? ›

The R-Design benefits don't end there, though. Volvo has extended the design concept to the interior of the vehicle as well with standard sport seats, available perforated leather seating, and special exclusive badging and vehicle detailing that make the Volvo R-Line as pleasing inside as it is out.

Should I get a T5 or T6? ›

While both engines provide you with suitable performance, you may want to opt for the T6 engine if you are looking for more acceleration from the starting position. If you are looking for an engine with better fuel efficiency, then you will want to consider the T5 engine.

Is T6 better than T5? ›

So, what's the difference between the T5, T6 and T8 engines? The T5 is turbocharged, while the T6 is twin-charged, meaning that it is both turbocharged and supercharged, and can offer more power. The engine used for the T6 is the exact same engine as the T5 but with the addition of the supercharger.

Is Volvo T5 or T6 more reliable? ›

Based on critics and user reviews, the general sentiment is that both the T5 and T6 are fairly reliable engines. According to RepairPal, Volvo has a reliability rating of 3.5 out of 5, which is an above-average score.

Does the Volvo XC60 momentum have heated seats? ›

The XC60 seats five and comes standard with leather upholstery and power-adjustable front seats. Nappa leather upholstery, front sport seats, heated and ventilated front seats, massaging front seats, heated rear seats, and a heated steering wheel are available.

What does the R stand for on Volvo? ›

The Volvo R marque represents the high-performance division of cars produced by Volvo. The R marque refers to an unknown adjective, since Volvo markets R-designated vehicles as being the most performance-oriented trim level.

Does Volvo momentum have leather seats? ›

The Momentum gives you more standard equipment to meet your high demands for style, comfort and safety. Available Sensus Navigation offers intuitive guidance. Our Comfort Seats with available leather upholstery give you support on all your journeys.

What is Volvo Premium Package? ›

Premium Package: Available on all S60 trims, the Premium package equips a hands-free trunk lid, rear parking sensors, auto-dimming rearview and side mirrors, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, rear automatic emergency braking, keyless entry, and an automatic parking system.

Do all Volvo XC60 have moonroof? ›

The sunroof option is available in all models of Volvo XC60.

Is Volvo XC60 quiet? ›

The 2021 Volvo XC60 has a very quiet interior that's rather soothing after a long day at work. In fact, it's so quiet that it managed to impress U.S. News and made it onto a list of “The 11 Quietest SUVs in 2021.”

Does Volvo XC60 use AdBlue? ›

Check the AdBlue level regularly and top up if the message for low AdBlue level is shown in the driver display. The Volvo workshop tops up AdBlue when the car is serviced, however, it must also be topped up several times between services depending on driving style.

How does Volvo air suspension work? ›

Using the air suspension, the car's ground clearance is adjusted to a lower level at higher speeds, which reduces wind resistance and increases stability. Shock absorption is normally set for optimum comfort and is regulated continuously depending on the road surface, the car's acceleration, braking and cornering.

What are common problems with Volvos? ›

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How often should a Volvo XC60 be serviced? ›

Every 10,000-miles

How long do Volvo engines last? ›

Volvos can last over 200,000 miles.

This means you must keep up with a regular maintenance schedule if you want to make it to the 200,000-mile club.

How long do Volvo XC60 last? ›

A Volvo XC60 on average will last 200,000 – 250,000 miles, provided it is driven conservatively, regularly maintained and well looked after. When driving 15,000 miles per year this equates to 13 – 17 years of service before breaking down or requiring costly repairs.

Which is safer Mercedes or Volvo? ›

Volvo says it's in the best position possible to deliver the safest cars on the road and maintain its vision of no deaths in Volvo cars sold after 2020.

What is world's safest car? ›

Top safest cars in the world
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  • Skoda Enyaq iV. Best large off-roader. ...
  • Skoda Fabia Hatchback. Best small family car. ...
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Why are Volvo seats so good? ›

While many car seats leave you feeling pinched and numb, Volvo has a reputation for comfort. There's a good reason for that-- Volvo's seats were created with consultation from orthopedic surgeons.

What is the most comfortable Volvo? ›

Among the best in the premium segment is the critically-acclaimed Volvo XC60, which has been celebrated for offering an incredibly comfortable ride. The XC60 excels as a comfortable car, with a suspension managing to miraculously soak up just about every imperfection in the road.

Are Volvo seats heated? ›

The seats can be heated in order to increase comfort for driver and passengers when it is cold. Press the driver's side or passenger side seat button at the bottom of the centre display in order to open the control for seat heating.

Is the Volvo XC60 a midsize SUV? ›

The smarter XC60.

It's the dynamic midsize SUV — and with refreshed design details and Google built in, it's smarter than ever.

Do XC60 seats fold flat? ›

Models with the electric backrest fold-down function

On models equipped with the electric fold-down function, the buttons for folding down the rear seat backrests are located in the cargo compartment. The backrests can also be folded down manually.

Do Volvo XC60 rear seats recline? ›

Seat folding and flexibility

It's a shame that the seatbacks aren't split in a 40/20/40 layout, a more flexible configuration that's available in many of its rivals. It's also a pity that you can't have sliding and reclining rear seats, which are standard on the Discovery Sport and optional on the Q5.

Who is Volvos target audience? ›

Target Market & Positioning:

The target market of Volvo cars is the modern consumer that includes an entire class of highly educated, higher wage-earning professionals, and business owners. Its customers mainly lie in the 25-45 age group.

Who is Volvo's biggest competitor? ›

Therefore, we can determine from this (not really) scientific study, that Volvo's main competitor in the luxury automotive segment is Audi, followed closely by BMW.

Is the Volvo XC60 a SUV? ›

Volvo XC60 models. The Volvo XC60 is a compact luxury SUV that is offered in four trim levels: Base, Plus, Ultimate and Polestar Engineered.

What does XC stand for in Volvo? ›

Volvo XC is a name prefix/suffix that has been applied to multiple crossovers/SUVs by Volvo. 'XC' is an abbreviation for Cross Country with the X representing 'Cross' and the C abbreviating 'Country'.

What's the most expensive car to maintain? ›

According to the most recent data, BMW tops the list as the most expensive car brand to maintain, followed by Mercedes-Benz, based on estimates of total car maintenance over 10 years.

Does Volvo need premium gas? ›

Volvo recommends using premium gasoline, which has an octane of 91 or higher. However, this isn't a requirement. Gasoline with an octane of just 87 can be used without affecting the reliability of your engine.

How long do Volvo XC60 last? ›

A Volvo XC60 on average will last 200,000 – 250,000 miles, provided it is driven conservatively, regularly maintained and well looked after. When driving 15,000 miles per year this equates to 13 – 17 years of service before breaking down or requiring costly repairs.

Is the Volvo XC60 a SUV? ›

Volvo XC60 models. The Volvo XC60 is a compact luxury SUV that is offered in four trim levels: Base, Plus, Ultimate and Polestar Engineered.

Does Volvo XC60 have 7 seats? ›

Volvo XC60 is a 5 seater Car.

Where are Volvo XC60 cars made? ›

Where is the Volvo XC60 made? All Volvo XC60 models are made in Torslanda, Sweden, or Chengdu, China, depending on regional market destinations.

Do Volvos hold their value? ›

Volvo – 47.2 Percent Retained Value (after five years)

There's a stark difference in retained values between Volvo cars and SUVs. No 2021 Volvo sedan or wagon is projected to hold onto more than 42.5 percent of its original value after five years, and most are under 40 percent.

Are Volvo expensive to maintain? ›

Are Volvos Expensive to Service? While the Volvo brand is listed higher in cost on a list created by Your Mechanic Inc., Volvos are more affordable to maintain than other luxury brands. Over a ten-year period of ownership, Volvo models cost an average of $100 more to maintain than Audi models.

What competes with Volvo XC60? ›

8 Top Volvo XC60 Competitors
  • Porsche Macan.
  • Mercedes-Benz GLC Class.
  • Genesis GV70.
  • BMW X3.
  • Acura RDX.
  • Audi Q5.
  • Lincoln Nautilus.
  • Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio.
8 Aug 2022

Is Volvo XC60 big enough for a family? ›

It's all about comfort and safety. The Volvo XC60 is an excellent combination of a mid-sized SUV mated with all the great features for long family trips and ease of daily driving. It can seamlessly switch between being a family car to a great SUV thanks to the powerful engines the XC60 comes paired with.

Do Volvo Cars last long? ›

Fortunately for owners, Volvo Cars is a well-regarded brand when it comes to producing vehicles that will last many years. So long as regular maintenance schedules are followed, a Volvo vehicle will on average last for 20 years.

Is the Volvo XC60 roomy? ›

The Volvo XC60 does not have third-row seating. The Volvo XC60 only seats five people but does so extremely spaciously. The only Volvo SUV with three rows is the largest Volvo XC90.

Is the Volvo XC60 a midsize SUV? ›

The smarter XC60.

It's the dynamic midsize SUV — and with refreshed design details and Google built in, it's smarter than ever.

Is Volvo XC60 a 4x4? ›

Fitted with four-wheel drive, the Volvo XC60 can tackle rough and muddy tracks, but attempting anything more taxing could leave you stranded.

Who make Volvo engines? ›

Until 2014, Volvo Cars used some engines of its own and others from Ford. Now, however, the Volvo Engine Architecture (VEA) set of engines is found in all Volvo vehicles. This family of three- and four-cylinder engines are entirely designed by the Scandinavian company.

Who currently owns Volvo? ›

Volvo is currently owned by the Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, a company which owns over 15 other vehicle makers.

Who owns Volvo now? ›

Volvo Cars

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