Ride for a highly recognized businessman, having more gravity of luxury and class than being sporty and flashing whips, 2023 Volvo S60 is a very atypical choice. Drivers who like to be engaged behind the wheel will prefer a BMW 3-series, Genesis G70 or an Alfa Romeo Giulia over Volvo’s entry-luxury sedan.
The S60 lineup receives a facelift and new infotainment software. The appearance changes are subtle, with small design tweaks made to the front and rear bumpers and some new wheel designs. Inside, the S60’s large, vertically oriented touchscreen now features a Google-based interface that brings new graphics and a different menu structure than its predecessor.
Engine, Power, Mileage, 0-60 Mph
Comes as a regular and a hybrid, they give out 247-hp turbocharged with four-cylinder that pairs with front- or all-wheel drive, and 400 horsepower on the all-wheel-drive-only Recharge plug-in hybrid respectively. Another top end version Recharge Polestar Engineered gives out 455 horsepower and 523 pound-feet of torque. The Metrics are still needed to be catch as the production for these upgrades are yet to be out.
The nonhybrid S60 is rated up to 26 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway. The plug-in-hybrid version has a 74 MPGe estimate and an electric-only drive range of 41 miles.
A lot of trims are going to be there with a head-spinning distinctions. They are tagged as:
- Momentum $41,000 (est)
- Black Edition $41,000 (est)
- R-Design $44,000 (est)
- Inscription $44,000 (est)
- Recharge R-Design Expression $49,000 (est)
- Recharge Inscription $52,000 (est)
- Recharge Polestar Engineered $66,000 (est)
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