- Better looking than saloon
- Fexible loading arrangements
- Good range of engines
- Safety equipment
- One of the smallest boots in the sector
- Vague steering
Volvo has launched the V60 as a sports wagon and not as a traditional estate car. The official reason is that the car manufacturer wanted to make a vehicle with a coupe-like design, strong driving characteristics and good level of practicality. The S60 saloon forms the basis of the V60 but the sports wagon is a better looking car. It suits the curvy exterior design and the coupe-like roof line but, more importantly, what level of flexibility does the V60 offer?
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What owners say about this car
I really enjoy driving the car due to the power and its stability at least compared to my previous toyota... Read owner review
the only good point about this car is the engine & fuel consumption. The suspension is poor & you feel... Read owner review
Just the right size for us - big enough load capacity when needed. Read owner review