Volvo XC60 Specials in Fredericksburg

Experience the Luxurious Versatility of the Volvo XC60

Volvo is known for creating high-end vehicles, and the XC60 is no exception. This is the smaller of their two crossovers, but it still offers more than enough room for the average person. You can easily seat five passengers in comfort inside the XC60 while they enjoy the standard leather seats that have driver's seat memory. With up to 67.4 cubic feet with the split rear seats folded down, there is room for everyone and everything.

Thanks to the recently revised engine lineup for the Volvo XC60, you get plenty of power and excellent efficiency. While those you pass by while in the XC60 won't know just how many features this vehicle has, they can appreciate the exterior styling with its bold grille and expressive headlights.

 

What's new on the Volvo XC60

 

The Volvo XC60 has been completely redesigned for 2018. Gaining a new suspension setup, new engines, and a new exterior design, the Volvo XC60 is a force to be reckoned with. The XC60 is available in three trims: Momentum, R-Design, and Inscription. The base Momentum is heavily equipped with LED headlights and taillights, automatic high beams, integrated roof rails, leather upholstery, panoramic sunroof, and a 9-inch infotainment system. The R-Design adds a special exterior trim, LED front fog lights and cornering lights, as well as illuminated door handles, while the Inscription has different exterior and interior trims, 20-inch wheels, and four-zone climate control.

 

Offered exclusively on the Inscription model, the Luxury Seat package contains premium leather upholstery, heated front seats, heated rear seats, and a heated steering wheel. With its spacious cabin, the new 2018 Volvo XC60 can seat up to five passengers comfortably. The infotainment system is easy to use and straightforward.
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Get a Glimpse of the Volvo XC60's History

The Volvo XC60 is only about a decade old. The automaker debuted the XC60 concept during the north American International Auto Show. The concept version had a bigger Volvo grille with a "V", a glass roof, an electronic liftgate, new shifting technology, and aesthetically appealing 20-inch wheels. The production version of the XC60 made its debut during the 2008 Geneva Motor Show and went on sale in Europe soon after. It didn't make it to North America until 2009 as a 2010 model year.

The XC60 built on the Volvo Y20 platform with some technology from the 2007 Land Rover Freelancer. During the early years of the Volvo XC60's history, it went through various 3.2-liter engines. They averaged about 240 horsepower and 320 pound-feet, and the XC60 quickly earned a reputation for its rugged drivability and styling. It also stood out in terms of safety with a long list of airbags, a collision warning system, and hill descent control among others. It also had City Safety from the start, a system that was at the time new and, like today, helped prevent collisions. Even then, it could automatically apply the brakes, something which Volvo was the first to offer as standard. The XC60 saw a significant redesign for 2014 although it wasn't a new generation. The front driving lights, taillights, grille, and exhaust were changed, as were interior trims.

For First Class Service Visit Volvo Cars of Fredericksburg

Those looking for a truly exceptional car should consider the Volvo XC60. To get a true feel of what it is like to drive one, visit Volvo Cars of Fredericksburg right here in Fredericksburg, VA. Come visit our team of professionals and let them help you get started with a test drive today!

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