The least expensive XC60 is the Momentum trim with the T5 engine and front-wheel drive at $40,195 (including mandatory fees). It hardly seems like a base trim though as it is well equipped and has access to many luxurious features. Inside the notables include an eight-inch digital combimeter, a 9-inch vertically oriented touchscreen display, leather covered power seats with driver-side memory, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, SiriusXM, a panoramic moonroof, and a leather wrapped steering wheel and shifter. LED headlights with active high beam, 18-inch wheels, lane keep assist, collision alert, a power tailgate, and aluminum roof rails further contribute to the entry trim level seeming like an impressive value.
The Premium Package is offered for $2,200 for those looking for more. It includes proximity entry, blind spot monitoring, auto dimming mirrors (interior and exterior), and power folding exterior mirrors that are becoming increasing necessary as cars outgrow their parking spaces.
With the Premium Package ordered first, the Advanced Package is available for an additional $2,500. This package features Volvo’s active driving systems, a surround-view camera system, active headlights, a head-up display, and headlight washers.
The Multimedia Package is available for $2,500 and includes a larger, 12.3-inch combimeter display, a premium audio package, and a cloud-based navigation system.
That navigation is available as a stand-alone option for $1,200 and is among the many other stand-along features. An air-suspension system that has earned many accolades is available for $1,800 and larger 19-inch and 20-inch wheels are offered from the factory for $800 and $1,000, respectively. Heated seats and steering wheel are offered for $750 and upgraded leather surfacing can be ordered for $1,600.