Marks the advent of sporty cars in India
Pros : Great styling, stunning looks, marvellous piece of engineering, sleek design gives very sporty looks, powerful engine, good mileage, Volvo’s embedded trust
Cons : Spare tyre is not available, heavy central console has lot of buttons and tools which are quite confusing
Absolutely marvellous piece of engineering, stunning looks and the only thing came out of my mind when I first saw her is, “it’s just brilliant”. It’s a show stopper. I am looking forward to buy a luxurious sporty car which can give me a feeling of being strong and alive on the road and should have distinct quality to showcase me apart from the league. I found it very much in coordination with my dashing personality.
Loads of safety features makes it a very safe ride. Some of the features are unique to this car and can even make giant’s like Mercedes, Audi and BMW to think twice what they are offering for the price they are charging. Interiors are simple and will look boring to the typical Indian going to shed such huge price however they are blended with world class material and will certainly give you a robust feel. Seats are much bigger and comfortable. Average is impressive, gives close to 9 km/ltr.
Engine is very responsive and acceleration is nothing short of an explosive. Ride quality and handling is amazing and is a rock solid vehicle for fun loving people who likes to ride unleashed. A fantastic highway cruiser will pose a good competition in front of Mercedes, BMW and Audi with his own set of distinct qualities, though it’s an import vehicle but is priced reasonably well and is a much convincing alternative in front of its well settled German rivals. Volvo S60 is a power packed vehicle and its future is bright in the Indian market.