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You’d be forgiven, then, for taking this new car review with a pound of salt, but you don’t have to.
The new XC60 truly is the next major step in Volvo’s renaissance, and it is a better vehicle than the previous, much loved XC60 in every way.
That engine was developed for Ford (then owners of Volvo) by Yamaha in Japan.
That V8 produced 311 HP and 325 TQ at 4000 RPM and gave back about 15/20 MPG in city and highway driving, respectively.
That much, and a bit more, I’d already learned in August at Volvo Pride Chicago.
At Pride, Volvo executives took different groups out on the streets of Chicago to highlight the XC60’s stellar urban driving dynamics and give us a chance to check out the updated Volvo Sensus infotainment system. Despite that, getting a chance to drive the 2018 Volvo XC60 T6 R-Design in an “unsupervised” setting was a lot more fun.
For starters, the 316 HP engine never feels like a four.
If you compare Volvo’s hybrid to Toyota’s, there really is no comparison.
The two brands’ offering serve up similar fuel economy figures, but the Volvo has the dual advantages of nearly 15 miles of electric only range and significantly more HP.