The 2014 Volvo XC60 benefits from a few minor upgrades, including an all-new infotainment system. The headlights, front bumper and grille, as well the exhaust system have also all gone under the knife.
The base Volvo XC60, powered by a normally aspirated 3.2-liter engine, starts at $39,950. Three additional versions round out the lineup: the Premier, at $44,100, the Premier Plus, at $45,700, and the Platinum, which starts at $49,000.
The R-Design version starts at $54,500. Exclusive features include sport suspension and 20-inch wheels, among others. The Premier Plus version starts at $56,100 while the Platinum version starts at $59,400.
The 6-cylinder engine consumes 11.2 L/100 km city and 7.8 L/100 km highway. The turbocharged engine is rated at 12.1 L/100 km city and 8.5 L/100 km highway.
The front and rear styling of this crossover reinforce its racy image. The aerodynamic shape and high ground clearance underscore its superior all-road capability. The sculpted rear end adds an elegant styling touch.
A 3.3-liter inline 6-cylinder engine producing 240 hp and 236 lb-ft torque propels the front-wheel drive 2014 Volvo XC60. All-wheel drive aficionados benefit from the turbocharged 3.0-liter inline 6-cylinder engine that delivers 300 hp and 325 lb-ft torque.
Both engines are mated to an adaptive 6-speed Geartronic automatic transmission. The R-Design version turbocharged engine can deliver up to 325 hp.
Different seat configurations offer between 872 and 1909 liters of cargo capacity.
This sedan is equipped with six airbags, a pedestrian detection system and side impact protection. Options include adaptive cruise control, collision warning with full auto-brake and lane departure warning. Volvo remains an automotive-safety leader.
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