Volvo V60 Pricing Released

Volvo’s UK division has announced the prices for the new V60 sports wagon, which was recently introduced at the Paris Auto Show.

The vehicle is offered is four equipment levels: ES, SE, SE Lux and R-Design. The standard equipment for the entry-level ES model includes Electronic Climate Control, Cruise Control, 5 inch color screen as part of the new Infotainment system, Information Centre, floor mats, Passenger Airbag Cut-Off Switch, steering wheel remote audio controls, alloy wheels and leather steering wheel and gear stick. In addition six-speaker Performance Sound Audio System, 16 inch alloy wheels and charcoal trim are also standard.

Volvo also offers a premium pack for the SE, SE Lux and R-Design models, which includes a leather finish, satellite navigation system, DAB Digital Radio and High Performance Multimedia audio system.

The car will be launched with a range of six engines, two diesels and four petrols. The oil-burning part of the range includes the D3 (2.0 liter - 123 hp and 400 Nm) and the D5 (2.4 liter - 205 hp and 420 Nm). The petrol range includes the T3 (turbocharged 1.6 liter -150 hp and 240 Nm), T4 (turbocharged 1.6 liter - 180 hp and 240 Nm), T5 (turbocharged 2.0 liter - 240 hp and 320 Nm) and the T6 (turbocharged 3.0 liter - 304 hp and 440 Nm).

The entry level model of the range is the T3 ES, which can be yours for 23,145 pounds (EUR26,448 or $36,694). At the other end of the scale, we find the T6 SE model with all-wheel-drive that retails for 37,895 pounds(EUR43,303 or $60,080). The R-Design models, which bring exterior and interior modifications, as well as chassis enhancements, start at 25,695 pounds (EUR25,695 or $40,737).
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