Discover Your Perfect Volvo S60 Trim Today

The S60 is Volvo's entry into the luxury small car segment of the auto market. It has a beautiful interior, a deep lineup of features, and excellent performance, all of which truly live up to the luxury label. It has been recently redesigned, and it keeps pace with the best of its rivals in many ways. The biggest concern is that its trunk is a little on the small size compared to other small cars, but that is a relatively minor quibble compared to its benefits. It's a fun car to drive around Ft Lauderdale, and it will hold up to any use you want for it.

Engine Options

One of the biggest reasons to buy a luxury car is to get access to a much better set of engines, and the new S60 does not disappoint. There are three to choose from: the T5, T6, and T8. The T5, the entry-level engine, is rated for 250 horsepower. The T6 has a supercharger added and reaches 316 horsepower, with outstanding performance at all speed levels. The T8 is a special plug-in hybrid drivetrain, which has been enhanced for the 2020 model year. It achieves 400 combined horsepower and, of course, great mileage on gas.

The S60 makes an excellent luxury buy because there are so many different ways to set one up when you shop near Hollywood. The basic trim has several different attractive packages, and you won't feel like you are missing out on too much if you don't go higher than that. Having the ability to choose the engines and the trims separately is also a nice touch. If you value performance, the T6 is available on all trims and the T8 on the second and third trim. It's a fun car to drive and rather efficient for its class as well. 

 

Trim Levels

In addition to the engine, buyers can also choose the trim and the packages they want for their new Volvo S60. There are three trims. The first one is the S60 Momentum. It comes loaded up with tech and luxury-- a moonroof, two climate zones, smartphone connectivity, power seats, and several active safety technology features. Two notable packages are Premium, which adds more sensors and safety tech, a power trunk, and improved mirrors, and the Multimedia package, which contains a major sound system upgrade. If you get both, you unlock the Advanced package with even more tech like adaptive cruise control and a head-up display. The T6 engine is an option on this trim. The second trim is the S60 R-Design. It includes all the Multimedia and Premium package elements, plus genuine leather and other interior and exterior design upgrades. You can optionally choose the T6 or the T8, and the T8 adds the Advanced package as well. The top S60 Inscription trim has another design makeover, plus a Luxury package option that has unique attributes like massage chairs to enjoy on your drives in Pembroke Pines.

What's New for the 2021 Volvo S60?

For 2021, the Volvo S60 continues its third generation, which was first introduced for the 2019 model year. While it's only the current generation's third year, Volvo's luxury sport sedan sees some significant enhancements. Many previously optional amenities are now standard equipment, and hybrid models have been rebranded.

The new model year brings additional advanced driver-assistance technologies to the Momentum trim, fortifying the S60's already substantial standard features list. Examples include steering-adaptive LED headlights (that rotate with the steering wheel for better visibility around curves) and Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert. On the outside, the base trim adds power-folding, auto-dimming side mirrors, LED fog lights, and a new 18-inch alloy wheel design. New convenience amenities include keyless entry with illuminated door handles, a power-releasing trunk lid, and rear-seat USB-C charging ports.

The S60 T8 hybrid powertrain (400 horsepower, 472 pound-feet of torque) gets a new name for 2021 and is now called S60 Recharge. However, its high-performance variant, Polestar Engineered (415 horsepower, 494 pound-feet of torque), retains its designation.

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