Since the 2016 Volvo XC60 does features and trim levels, the Volvo XC60 2016 appears to have as much powertrain offerings. The base model is arrived around $35,750. It can simply gain almost $20K once all-wheel-drive, different trim levels and a far more powerful engine. It’s alternatives that will be added on. When choosing among the countless XC60 2016 configurations, that may necessitate slightly more thought than usual.
Together with the Technology Package (collision warning, adaptive cruise, complete auto brake, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning, distance alert, street signal info and active high beam), major options that exist at bigger trim levels add a suite of active safety systems bundled. A Climate Package contains heated washer nozzles, a quality of air system and heated front and rear seats, for Volvo’s apt to be used regularly in snowy areas. A blind-spot alert system could be ordered separately.
The Volvo XC60 2016 front-wheel drive (FWD) models include eight-speed automatic transmissions and new 2.0-liter Drive-E four-cylinder engines, as of this past year. The better 2016 Volvo XC60 T6 will come in at $40,050 while the entry-level 2016 Volvo XC60 T5 begins at $35,750. The faster 2016 Volvo XC60 T6 version gets leather-upholstered seating with power adjustment, larger 18-in alloy wheels, silver roof rails, keyless drive and a power panoramic roof. As standard features, both engines are installed with a fast-responding stop/start system.
Towards the top of the models comes the 2016 Volvo XC60 T6 AWD R-Design version. The range-topping model offers a sport-tuned suspension, a 325-horsepower engine, bi-xenon headlights, an exclusive trim and body cladding and 20-inch wheels. Much hand on your options list, while this begins around $46,000. It may take you very well toward $55,000, virtually all tech-loaded crossovers available to buy. It will give you among the best-equipped. Happy shopping