About VOLVO S60

Volvo S60 R-Design belongs to the Volvo's D segment of deluxe luxury cars. The 2014 release has given it a face lift on the exterior and interior looks of the car. There is a freshly designed front bumper, black honeycomb air dam and black grille with the R-Design badge. The ORVMs have a sliver finish with two chrome exhausts that jut out from behind along with a visible diffuser.

The car comes in two diesel variants. Volvo S60 D4 comes with a 1984 cc engine producing 163bhp power and 400 Nm of torque. Volvo S60 D5 produces 2400 cc giving out 215bhp and 440 Nm torque. Both of them have 5 cylinders and a turbodiesel motor. The Volvo Senus Connect is a support system designed completely around the passengers to easily connect with the car for navigation and entertainment. The audio controls are all placed on the steering wheel allowing the driver to enjoy music while staying focused on the road.

Systems like Trailer Stability Assist (TSA), Intelligent Driver Information System (IDIS), Water-repellent side windows, Adaptive Cruise Control and Collision Warning with Full Auto Brake (CWAB) enhance the experience of driving Volvo S60.

BMW 3 Series and Mercedes C Class are similar cars. However, Volvo S60 offers a better price and a more powerful engine than both of them.

Volvo S60 D4 comes in two Diesel variants:

1. Volvo S60 D4 Kinetic

2. Volvo S60 D4 Summum

While Volvo S60 D5 comes in one Diesel variant:

1. Volvo S60 D5 Summum

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
35.33 Lakhs Get on road price
38.03 Lakhs Get on road price
41.38 Lakhs Get on road price

Our Verdict

The new Volvo S60 is a more mature and ergonomically enhanced saloon whose basic DNA is similar to its predecessor. What sets the S60 apart? Well, it is the Volvo S60’s new D4 engine which is economical, swifter and more hushed than the earlier power trains. And this new engine is a pacesetter for all of Volvo’s future vehicles. With the S60, Volvo aims a whole new set of dynamics all complete with comfy seating and great engines and marketing itself as a saloon with a difference. And yes, it’s a good offset and can take on more famous competitors in the luxury segment.