This isn't a load lugging estate car, hence the name of the Volvo V60 Sports Wagon. The boot is adequate as it has a design that is very clever, leaving it practical for families. The cabin offers plenty of class and it’s comfortable for both the driver and passengers. There are several versions to choose from and each of them comes with plenty of equipment. Standard equipment includes alloys, plenty of safety equipment, cruise control and electric windows.
In our opinion it is the 2.0 litre D3 diesel that is ahead, as it offers running costs that are affordable, along with it having plenty of power. If you were considering going for the BMW 3 Series Touring then the Volvo V60 may be a great alternative as it has looks that are very attractive. You get estate car versatility, along with the sports car’s advanced handling, and plenty of performance and speed.
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