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Volvo V60 is a compact executive estate. It competes against the likes of Audi A4 Avant, BMW 3 Series Touring or Mercedes-Benz C Class Estate. 2019 Volvo V60 is the largest of the bunch, has the longest wheelbase, and the largest boot capacity. Bear in mind at the time of recording we are still waiting for release of G21 3 Series specs.

2019 Volvo V60 is a scaled-down V90 with signature T-shape LED day running lights. Compared to the previous generation new V60 is more masculine I think, and it looks more like an estate. Volvo V60 is yet another Volvo built on the SPA or scalable product architecture platform.

Starting price: 37 500 euro
As tested: 65 000 euro

Also watch:
Volvo V90 automobilrevue.net/v/WERUYzAwczBoQTg
Volvo XC90 automobilrevue.net/v/aXRKdEhHbHp5ZzA
Volvo XC60 automobilrevue.net/v/X3pKX3N0clp5VFk
Volvo XC60 On Call automobilrevue.net/v/c3Bmd0J2eGtKUk0
Volvo XC40 automobilrevue.net/v/R2s4ZjFycDc4OGc
Mercedes-Benz C Class Estate automobilrevue.net/v/RUY3ZDI3VTlzZzg
Mercedes-Benz C Class automobilrevue.net/v/M2hLd3lfbi14a1k
BMW 3 Series Touring automobilrevue.net/v/WWZNaC1WZTdhWXc
Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid automobilrevue.net/v/akFEYkcyZEhid1k

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Comments

    • shrkfmrdr
      shrkfmrdr

      Ordered the t8 v60 r design 2019 for 238000 nok over 3 years. Yay norway!

      about 19 days ago
    • Andrius M
      Andrius M

      Quite noisy engine (outside).

      about 1 month ago
    • Vitali Che
      Vitali Che

      Good job๐Ÿค™๐ŸปThanks

      about 2 months ago
    • DrDajom
      DrDajom

      Hahaha, show me a car that has a load cover that works if you act like an idiot trying to use it :-D

      about 3 months ago
    • DrDajom
      DrDajom In reply to DrDajom

      I wonโ€™t argue with that, but not even trying is a very poor way of showing it. Otherwise great video.

      about 3 months ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to DrDajom

      My problem with this particular one is how flimsy it is. For a 50+k euro car you'd expect quality throughout.

      about 3 months ago
    • DrDajom
      DrDajom In reply to DrDajom

      Good point, the electric ones does actually work.

      about 3 months ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to DrDajom

      In the V90 boot cover is electric, and guess what: it works!

      about 3 months ago
    • Straight out of Syria
      Straight out of Syria

      damn what a beautiful estate

      about 3 months ago
    • Isak s
      Isak s

      I test drove the v60 t6 a couple of weeks ago and that car is really nice, the interior looks really nice and the engine is lovely!
      The seats feel like they were crafted for my body .

      I have also been to the volvo factory in south east sweden a couple of times and seen the creation of the cars which is really interesting

      about 3 months ago
    • thiscocks
      thiscocks

      Good reviewer

      about 3 months ago
    • Dr Clumber
      Dr Clumber

      @Marek Drives - you are probably the best European car reviewer on Youtube, keep up the good work!

      about 3 months ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to Dr Clumber

      Thank you. I'm sure there's at least one more just as good, but I can't think of any at the moment :)

      about 3 months ago
    • J A Z Z P E R
      J A Z Z P E R

      Nice...not even AWD?

      about 4 months ago
    • RadioactiveSaddam
      RadioactiveSaddam

      Marek! -You tested the R-design. It has sportier seats, test the "normal" V60 instead.

      about 4 months ago
    • Joshua Barton
      Joshua Barton In reply to RadioactiveSaddam

      +Marek Drives Talking only about UK spec cars but assuming they're similar to on the continent it would appear you have a slightly Frankenstein car. Chrome details on front bumper suggest inscription but wheels suggest r-design. It doesn't even look like those wheels are available as an option for inscription spec.

      And then as others have said, polestar branding on the rear of the car but you've elsewhere in the comments suggested it's not a polestar spec. Wonder what other oddities this car has.

      Edit: looks like the wording in the headrest says "inscription" so maybe they just raided the parts bin for those wheels :)

      about 2 months ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to RadioactiveSaddam

      According to specification I received from Volvo this is an Inscription model with RC30 comfortable seats with Nappa leather, perforated and ventilated.


      Words "Polestar", "sport" or "R-Design" do not appear in the specification.

      about 4 months ago
    • Ari Mustafa
      Ari Mustafa

      NEW Volvo V60 is top of the Class!
      ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ’ช

      about 4 months ago
    • ambhoy
      ambhoy

      That led light is sexy

      about 4 months ago
    • Sav D
      Sav D

      9:08 ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

      about 4 months ago
    • sugenigt afton
      sugenigt afton

      Nice car, good video

      about 4 months ago
    • lde2100
      lde2100

      So far this is the only car I have chosen as an option to replace my beautiful Citroen C5 from 2011 but has ONE GIANT PROBLEM , the only problem of this car , the dashboard :(((( , I hate the tablet that is horrid and UNPRACTICAL. So for now I will wait a little.

      about 4 months ago
    • lde2100
      lde2100 In reply to lde2100

      +WinkelHoof That big tablet on the center console is ugly and takes alot of attention to handle. Although my Citroen has tonns of buttons I don't even have to look at them because I know the function of every single one so I don't have to take my eyes from the road. The rest of the interior is awesome!

      about 4 months ago
    • WinkelHoof
      WinkelHoof In reply to lde2100

      lde2100 Unpractical? Plz explain because I dont agree.

      about 4 months ago
    • Caroline Liu
      Caroline Liu

      The last episode of Volvo's diesel car.

      about 4 months ago
    • Mark Jan Bolt
      Mark Jan Bolt

      Best estate at this moment

      about 4 months ago
    • fm carv
      fm carv

      Interior too Chinese?? Funny that the main designers at Volvo are a German, Thomas Ingenlath and an Englishman, Robin Page

      about 4 months ago
    • Wenyuan Nathan Zhou
      Wenyuan Nathan Zhou In reply to fm carv

      I am most certain that the interior is anything but Chinese... Chinese like knobs, buttons, leather, flamboyant atmosphere LEDs, after-market seat cushions, etc. In fact, Volvo interior is boring and "asexual" to most Chinese ppl.

      about 1 month ago
    • Andrej Novoslavskij
      Andrej Novoslavskij In reply to fm carv

      fm carv you are right, never owned one or driven, not my cup of tea.

      about 4 months ago
    • fm carv
      fm carv In reply to fm carv

      Andrej Novoslavskij donโ€™t think youโ€™ve ever sat in a KIA.....

      about 4 months ago
    • Andrej Novoslavskij
      Andrej Novoslavskij In reply to fm carv

      Agree, Kia level interior, exterior is superb though

      about 4 months ago
    • fm carv
      fm carv In reply to fm carv

      +Ari Mustafa you're an idiot.....

      https://investors.volvocars.com/en/corporate-governance/company-structure/executive-management-team/thomas-ingenlath

      about 4 months ago
    • DoriKei
      DoriKei

      Exactly. Looks absolutely chinese. Also if You look at 0:23 and 0:33 -- You will see a "broken" window molding line between rear door and back window, which tells a lot about overal quality.
      Here in Saint Petersburg we had a story from one of the bloggers, when Volvo sold a new XC90 which had a tendency to turn as if it had a problem with convergence. The dealer company washed their hands. (Good russian business).
      So when they checked the car at independent station, the distance between front and rear wheels on the left and right sides were different in 50 millimeters. It's 5 cantimeters, Carl! Pure geometrical body divergence.
      Really dissapointing, Volvo. Goodbye.

      about 4 months ago
    • Garage928
      Garage928 In reply to DoriKei

      Thatโ€™s because it probably fell of a Russian truck during delivery and the company fixed it and than sold it. Russians are a bunch of liars and morons. Ask me how i know

      about 4 months ago
    • Rogerio Gomes Osรณrio
      Rogerio Gomes Osรณrio

      You forgot to say that the car that you tested has the polestar upgrade, wich makes a great difference on shifting gear, power and torque.
      I just bought the v60 T6 and I love it.

      about 4 months ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to Rogerio Gomes Osรณrio

      I know there's a badge on the car, but it's not in the specification I got from the PR department, so I cannot comment.

      about 4 months ago
    • Mike Cady
      Mike Cady

      Very Goodski!

      about 4 months ago
    • modeo da fac
      modeo da fac

      very nice estate ..i like o a lot volvo

      about 4 months ago
    • notformebeaky
      notformebeaky

      NIce review Marek

      about 4 months ago
    • Gareth Anderson
      Gareth Anderson

      I always enjoy these reviews, and I absolutely agree with your point about the load cover. I hired an XC90 which has the same system and itโ€™s awful. A rare Volvo fail.

      about 4 months ago
    • Graham Johnson
      Graham Johnson In reply to Gareth Anderson

      I think they copy Dacia in their Lodgy with load cover.

      about 4 months ago
    • Vadym Pyatko
      Vadym Pyatko

      Nice review, Mareck, many thanks.
      Is it blue urine diesel line? Fore wheel drive? Dimensions and ground clearance?
      IMHO this wagon is a real competitor for premium crossovers and SUVs.

      about 4 months ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to Vadym Pyatko

      AFAIK all diesel engines these days need AdBlue to meet emissions regulations. However this may be the last series of diesel engines in Volvo, as they announced plans to move towards hybrids and EVs.

      about 4 months ago
    • Christopher Martin
      Christopher Martin

      The 850 was more practical. It had a water temperature gauge which this V60 does not have, a full size spare wheel which this V60 does not have, a more square and upright rear to take large boxy items such as furniture

      about 4 months ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to Christopher Martin

      Fair enough. I guess cars these days are supposed to be smart enough to know better.

      about 4 months ago
    • Christopher Martin
      Christopher Martin In reply to Christopher Martin

      +Marek Drives Because as an engineer it helps me to monitor the health of my engine. I don't like to stress the engine too much when it is cold and water temperature gauges have help me identify cooling issues with at least 3 of my previous cars. A water temperature light tells you almost nothing whereas a gauge lets you know how quickly the engine is warming up, and if it is running cold

      about 4 months ago
    • Marek Drives
      Marek Drives In reply to Christopher Martin

      Why do you need a water temperature gauge. There's usually a little light that tells you "too hot".
      However I agree boxy boot was better to haul large items.

      about 4 months ago
    • Pawel H
      Pawel H

      As Saab is no longer on the market it seems to be the only choice for me.Hilarious design and itโ€™s great that diesel is yet available.Great review-Big up!

      about 4 months ago
    • minnie saab
      minnie saab

      ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

      about 4 months ago
    • Gunzberg
      Gunzberg

      In a German mgmt magazine, they just published a study that showed on average European car manufacturers lie about fuel consumption by 39 to 50%. Daimler continues to be the worst as usual.

      about 4 months ago
    • notformebeaky
      notformebeaky In reply to Gunzberg

      +Gunzberg
      I've just demonstrated to you that your CLAIM that EVERY car manufacturer gets 39 to 50 % lower MPG is BULLSHIT.
      I'm talking about YOUR claim, not a some tinpot report which you didn't even mention in the first place. Am I supposed to just use ESP to determine where you got your info?

      If you are the sort of moron who accepts that the MPG determined by a test which EVERYONE except you realises does not represent true driving and that no car manufacturer implies that this is the true MPG that you'll get then in your use then that's your problem isn't it?

      about 4 months ago
    • Gunzberg
      Gunzberg In reply to Gunzberg

      Instead of your own personal experience, read the independent study. Since you resort to insults to get your point across I can not take you seriously. Goodbye

      about 4 months ago
    • notformebeaky
      notformebeaky In reply to Gunzberg

      +Marek Drives It's not just traffic, it's atmospheric conditions, temperature, road surface, inclination, acceleration, wind resistance, driving style, braking, how much weight you're carrying, how fat the driver is etc.
      No manufacturer ever claims that these MPG's represent real life attainability. They are merely a guide of what the car is CAPABLE of given specific conditions.
      I've never seen any manufacturer who actually claims that these are realistic figures, and I despair at people who actually view these figures as a literal claim of real life driving.
      If you're buying a car of reasonable expense, then you probably aren't too bothered about a difference in the price of fuel.
      I'm about to change from a Diesel Jag to a Petrol Volvo, I'm not especially bothered about a few hundred quid difference per year. It's not really much to be worried about.

      about 4 months ago
    • notformebeaky
      notformebeaky In reply to Gunzberg

      +Gunzberg Wrong, they don't pretend that the claimed MPG figures represent real world. They're specifically clear that those figures are as a result of an industry standard test. You simply have to look at the figures on any car website and every manufacturer clearly states that these figures do not represent real life figures and that you won't be able to match them.
      They are not intended to be taken literally, they are a guide, and anyone who thinks the car companies are actually trying to hoodwink you into believing that you will actually get those MPG in real life has to be a complete moron.
      It's also bullshit to claim that companies are always 39-50% over. The only liar is you.
      My Jag gets about 55mpg, if what you are saying is true then I would expect Jag to be claiming to get 76-82.5, yet they advertise the car (under laboratory conditions as getting 60.1, so therefore it's only 8.5% out. Nothing like your preposterous claim.

      about 4 months ago
    • Gunzberg
      Gunzberg In reply to Gunzberg

      and they all just happen to be 39 to 50% over...which would imply agreement with your argument. But it is a lie, because some companies, e.g. Peugeot claimed to now only publish "real world driving usage"

      about 4 months ago
    • kevin n
      kevin n

      Happy new year Marek! This car looks great. It only comes in AWD T5 or T6 in Canada. Rumour is the T8 version will be coming as well. Having said this, those engines seem incredibly complicated and feel like they are a setup for expensive repairs down the road. Hmmmmmmm. As for the BMW, the new version of the wagon is not coming to NA. UGH!

      about 4 months ago