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2020 Volvo V60 Overview

Willis Kuelthau
Automotive Editor - July 23, 2019

The 2020 Volvo V60 welcomes a Cross Country variant to the lineup, which is essentially a V60 with three extra inches of ground clearance, a bit of body cladding, and standard all-wheel drive. The Cross Country starts about $5,500 more than the regular V60.

Also joining the lineup is the high-performance Polestar Engineered trim. Using a plug-in hybrid powertrain, the Polestar is significantly faster (and more expensive) than the rest of the lineup.

The only other changes to the V60 are feature additions to the lower trims. The V60 got a full redesign in 2019, so we don’t expect Volvo to make major changes anytime soon.

Choosing Your Volvo V60

The V60 is available in five trims: Momentum, Cross Country, R-Design, Inscription, and Polestar Engineered. Starting prices range from $40,645 including destination for a Momentum to $68,295 for the Polestar Engineered.

Engine Choices

At launch, there are only two engine options: the base T5 powertrain or the powerful T8 hybrid system in the Polestar Engineered trim. All engines route power through an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Engine TypeHorsepowerTorqueFuel Economy (Combined)
T5 2.0L Turbocharged 4-Cylinder250 hp258 lb-ft27 mpg (FWD), 25 mpg (AWD)
2.0L Supercharged 4-Cylinder Plug-In Hybrid415 hp494 lb-ftNot Yet Rated

The T6 powertrain (which adds a supercharger to turbocharged four-cylinder engine) may be available down the line. Until it arrives, the V60 Cross Country and the pricey and powerful Polestar Engineered trim are the only ways to get an all-wheel-drive V60.

Passenger & Cargo Capacity

All V60s seat up to five and have an impressive 23.2 cubic feet of cargo capacity behind the seats. With the second row folded, that figure rises to 50.9 cubic feet. These numbers don’t compare badly against those of Volvo’s crossover XC60.

Safety Features

Volvo has a good reputation for safety, and the V60 comes with a healthy dose of active safety tech. Automatic emergency braking, lane keeping assist, and pedestrian detection are standard on all trims.

Blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and front and rear park assist are optional on the base Momentum and standard everywhere else. Adaptive cruise control, a head-up display, a surround-view camera system, and adaptive LED headlights are only standard on the Polestar Engineered, but are available through the $2,500 Advanced Package everywhere else.


All V60s come with a 12.3-inch driver information display and an 8-inch infotainment touchscreen mounted vertically in the dashboard. The infotainment system is comprehensive, with two USB ports, Bluetooth, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. A navigation system is standard throughout the lineup except for the base trim, but higher trim levels get more advanced versions.

Momentum - From $40,645

The base Momentum trim comes with some nice design touches, like 18-inch alloy wheels, a panoramic sunroof, and attractive textile seats. If you’d rather, all-leather upholstery is a no-cost upgrade. Sadly, black is the only standard exterior color – anything else costs $645 extra.

Standard fare also includes a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, power front seats with lumbar support and memory for the drive, and two-zone climate control.

If you want navigation, you have to tick the box for the Multimedia Package ($1,850), which also includes a 14-speaker Harman Kardon audio system. A heated steering wheel and heated front seats are bundled together for $750.

Cross Country - From $46,095

The V60 Cross Country comes with the same engine and options as the V60 Momentum, but with the lifted body and standard all-wheel drive. The only other differentiator is the standard exterior color, which, in this case, is white.

If comfort is your focus, massage-capable front seats in ventilated Nappa leather can be unlocked with the Luxury Package ($2,200). Further creature-comforts, such as memory for the passenger seat, a tailored dashboard, and four-zone climate control requires the $2,800 Cross Country Pro Package.

R-Design - From $46,395

The R-Design trim works in many more standard features. It gets navigation, the Harman Kardon audio system, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, front and rear park assist, keyless entry, and four-zone climate control.

It also gets sporty upgrades like integrated tailpipes, gearshift paddles, sport seat padding, a tailored instrument panel, and a unique grille, steering wheel, and gearshift knob.

The interior receives some enhancements in the form of standard Nappa leather upholstery, memory for the front passenger seat, charcoal headliner, four-zone automatic climate control, and four-way power lumbar support.

The R-Design trim also unlocks two more options: a parking assist autopilot system and a sport-tuned chassis, both for $200. If the Harman Kardon sound system isn’t enough, an even louder Bowers and Wilkins system is $3,200.

Inscription - From $46,395

Priced identically to the R-Design, the V60 Inscription prioritizes comfort and style over sportiness. It comes with most of the same features as the R-Design, but with comfort seat padding and driftwood inlays.

The Luxury Package from the Cross Country joins the list of available options. The Inscription can’t have the sport chassis, but its options otherwise remain the same as the R-Design.

Polestar Engineered - From $68,295

The king of the V60 lineup, the performance-oriented Polestar Engineered trim gets the plug-in hybrid powertrain, more power, and more standard features. It also adds a unique chassis and grille, and dual-integrated tailpipes.

Nearly everything is standard here – the heated steering wheel and front seats, the Bowers and Wilkins audio system, 19-inch alloy rims, and the entire suite of active safety tech. Inexplicably, the Polestar gets two-zone climate control instead of the Inscription’s four.

With everything included, there are no packages or options left to add. The Polestar does get the R-Design’s sport seats to complement the hybrid powertrain’s 415 horsepower.

Compare V60 Trims Side-By-Side

CarsDirect Tip

Buyers are flocking to crossovers, but anyone considering one should take a serious look at the 2020 Volvo V60 Cross Country. It has nearly all the practicality and clearance of a crossover in a much more stylish package.

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