The Volvo XC60 2016 offers better engine options and features a turbocharged four-cylinder base engine. All of them provide lots of power, reviewers said. They found the 2016 Volvo XC60’s trip to be generally simple and comfy. Critics note that the XC60’s own steering is responsive and feels agile around turns.
The all-wheel-drive XC60 system provides assurance on slick roads and its new 4-cylinder engines introduced last year offer lots of power without sacrificing energy economy.
The Volvo XC60 2016 engages drivers with handling that feels tight and managed even when on offer turns and responsive steering. It's not the sportiest access in the class, but offers more driving entertainment than you might anticipate from a Volvo. It's certainly athletic and strong.
Volvo XC60 2016 Handling and Braking
The all-wheel travel can be optional while Front-wheel drive is standard with the Volvo XC60 2016. The XC60’s agile managing around turns and responsive steering impresses critics. Although they did talk about that the optional 20-inch wheels provide a rougher ride, reviewers discover that the 2016 Volvo XC60 offers a smooth ride that handles street imperfections capability.
The 2016 Volvo XC60's suspension is certainly tuned with the ideal amount of bite and the steering feels great in your hands. So, if you going for a corner briskly please don't feel scary. It will deliver without any ride roughness.
The Volvo's behavior on open public roads becomes they freeways or winding country byways. It’s also compared favorably to its luxury crossover SUV peers.
The Volvo XC60 2016 provides a luxurious ride quality and very easily soaks up street imperfections. While you may found the resulting ride to become a touch too firm, you would think twice about the available 20-inches wheels, though.
Critics' Rating: 8.8
Reliability: not available
Notable for Volvo XC60 2016 : 3.2-liter We6 engine discontinued.