Starting at $39,895 (all prices include the $995 destination charge), the Momentum trim is the cheapest way into a V60. Upgrading to the T6 powertrain will set buyers back an additional $4,500. Volvo hasn’t skimped on luxury: the Momentum trim comes with 17-inch alloy rims, a panoramic roof, a power-operated tailgate, rain-sensing wipers, heated wiper nozzles, and Volvo’s signature hammer LED headlights.
The interior gets a nine-inch infotainment screen, an eight-inch driver display, a rearview camera, dual-zone climate control, power-adjustable front seats with lumbar support and memory settings, a power-folding second row, iron ore inlays, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter. Exclusive to the Momentum trim is Volvo’s tasteful “City Weave” textile upholstery, which is like a Swedish version of the Volkswagen GTI’s plaid. Safety is another strong point, with standard active safety features like collision avoidance and lane keeping assist.
Packages begin with a bundle that heats up the front seats and steering wheel for $750. A Premium Package ($2,050) adds a mirror-mounted compass, auto-dimming mirrors, retractable side mirrors, front and rear parking assist, blind-spot monitoring and cross-traffic alerts, keyless entry, and a garage door opener. Once the Premium Package is selected, the Advanced Package ($2,500) tacks on a head-up display, a surround-view camera, semi-autonomous driving with adaptive cruise control, cornering headlights, high-pressure headlight cleaners, and LED fog lights. A Multimedia Package ($2,500) expands the driver display to 12.3 inches and adds Harman Kardon sound and navigation. Finally, the Linear Lime Deco Inlay Package ($600) adds (you guessed it) lime-wood inlay plus extra mood lighting.
Besides accessories and service plans, the only substantial options are charcoal headliner ($200) and a customizable active suspension ($1,000). Sadly, colors other than black cost an extra $645.