The V60 can tow 3500 lbs max which is adequate for a camper.
The 2021’s Volvo V60 appears in five trims comprise of Momentum (base), R-Design, Inscription, Cross Country, and Recharge (plug-in hybrid). The first 4 trims come with a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine and feature front-wheel drive. Although the Cross Country features the same engine but changes its approach to all-wheel drive while the
V60 comes with a standard 250-HP turbocharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine offering 258 lb-ft of torque and performs well in the city as well on the highway. On the other hand, the Recharge trim is available with a turbocharged and supercharged 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine along with an electric motor and produces a combined 415 HP. All models feature a smooth-driving and run-on 8-speed automatic transmission.
High gas mileage
The trims with 4WD earn an EPA-estimated 23 mpg/34 mpg in the city/ on the highway. With all-wheel drive, trims are estimated to provide 22 mpg/31 mpg in the city/ on the highway.
The plug-in-hybrid Recharge V60 gets 60 MPG-equivalent with electric power and offers 30 mpg both city/highway backed by gas power.
Super Comfy Interior
The V60’s cabin is one of the top luxurious in its class. End-to-end, the interior features the finest class of materials, including standard leather upholstery with wood accents while its optional amenity package includes Nappa leather upholstery integrated with massaging front seats.
The cabin of V60 accommodates five people while pampering its occupants with its spacious atmosphere, exclusive class interior, and dozens of infotainment tools.
V60 cargo space
With a huge towing capacity of 3200 pounds, the well-built vehicle offers an adequate cargo trunk that can be expected from a good quality wagon. It offers 23.2 cu-ft of cargo space behind the rear seats in addition to a 50.9 cu-ft room with the back seats folded down. The trunk is capable to carry sufficient loads with heavy gears.
With Volvo’s traditional look of a classic wagon blended with a new generation hybrid plug-in engine and multiple new additions, the Volvo’s V60 2021 version is versatile and featuring both traditional and high-tech attributes. Practical, though luxurious, the Swedish species V60 brings everything in its V60 new version that a modern family requires to travel comfortably with style. In its 2021 models, buyers will explore a range of fueling options ranging from gasoline to diesel in addition to hybrid depending on which they invest in.
Incorporated with Volvo cars’ signature Scalable Product Architecture platform, the latest model gains enhanced cabin area, added connectivity features, and hottest safety technological tools. To aid your customization ease, Volvo has launched five diverse trim levels with different configurations and model variations while keeping most features standard.
All-around infotainment arrangements
V60 features Volvo’s Sensus infotainment system as standard across it all trims. With several menu options, it’s chiefly controlled by a touch screen that needs you to simply click through. The standard infotainment features include a 9’’ touch-screen, a 12.3 ’’ digital instrument panel, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, satellite radio, a 10-speaker stereo, Bluetooth, 2 USB ports, as well as voice command.
Available infotainment features include a navigation tool, a 14-speaker premium audio system of Harman Kardon, a 15-speaker Bowers & Wilkins premium audio system, and the facility of wireless device charging apart from dual-zone, quad-zone automatic climate control.
High-grade safety package
Among the standard safety features that Volvo V60 includes lane-keeping aid, blind-spot monitoring, driver alert control, and active high beam control. A set of advanced safety features of Volvo known as run-off road mitigation as well as run-off road protection is also included in the V60 series. The first safety system watches out if the vehicle starts drifting off the road by mistake. Once detected, the vehicle will steer itself or hits the brakes, or work together to prevent a possible crash.
Run-off road protection, conversely, adds seat belts by electrically tightening to prevent collision and minimize injury especially when you drive the car in slippery, snowy, or hilly landscapes.
It also supports you with Volvo’s City Safety package that uses radar technology and cameras in-concert to monitor any kind of possible dangers around the vehicle. The power tool can sense other vehicles, pedestrians, animals or cyclists, etc and when an imminent crash is detected, the car will alert the driver. However, if no action is taken, the brakes automatically get applied by its internal mechanism.
Poor steering reports
Although Volvo V60 2011 has gained a good rating in different reviews, a few users have reported on its poor steering issues of the car.
Difficulty with touch-screen use while driving
The difficulty of using the touch screen of the infotainment system in course of driving has been reported.
Overall is a good tow car for small trailers.