Volvo's new V60 wagon is more than just the V90's mini-me, it's a truly competitive European luxury wagon. High on looks, value and practicality this Volvo should be on your shopping list. It's also worth noting that Volvo is one of the few brands that remains dedicated to the station wagon format. If you're looking for an on-road focused European wagon with a price tag that won't break the bank, this is pretty much it now that BMW has killed the 3-Series wagon for America.

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    • Lee Weston
      Lee Weston

      2019 V60 SOLD OUT !!! Limited 2020 frames available special order only. The 2020 V60 Cross Country is available maybe a 1000 a year available here in the USA. Buyer step up LEE/VOLVO06902 Great review but I can't watch it. Too much time on a 1 of 150 unit special order unit

      about 10 days ago
    • Richard Chen
      Richard Chen

      What a sexy wagon!

      about 18 days ago
    • Elestro Air-soft
      Elestro Air-soft

      It that Endor? /Swede

      about 1 month ago
    • Norm T
      Norm T

      Did Volvo improve the AWD?

      about 1 month ago
    • Jon on Drums
      Jon on Drums

      I adore these seats with regard to the cloth and it's design. It's disheartening to hear they aren't that comfy. Love the looks of this wagon for sure. Great review as always Alex!

      about 1 month ago
    • David Cuccia
      David Cuccia

      It's different, but I'd definitely cross-shop this against the Kia Stinger. Then, I'd probably bail and buy a $15k Equus with massaging seats.

      about 2 months ago
    • David Cuccia
      David Cuccia

      T8 V60 PLEASE!!!

      about 2 months ago
    • T Ritchie
      T Ritchie

      Nice Professional,and informative review. At first glance it seems like a nice wagon with some good things going for it. But the more info you gave the more it seemed overly complicated for my taste. I believe I would prefer just a little bit simpler,and maybe abit less Fashionable in return for more practicality.Although it does sound like it has excellent power and MPG.

      about 2 months ago
    • Joshua Bryant
      Joshua Bryant

      I love my 2015.5 V60R <3 <3 <3 :SwedishFlag: <3 <3 <3

      about 2 months ago
    • Khaldoon Ahmad
      Khaldoon Ahmad

      I had a 2015 V60 redesign and while I loved it it fell short in many levels. I wanted to get the new V60 but found the infotainment thing to be slow and complicated. Also the 6 cylinder was dropped in place of a 4. I prefer the smoothness of a 6 cylinder. So I switched to BMW. But it's a shame we can't get more wagons in North America such as Audi a6 wagon or bmw 5 series wagon - even if you want one you can't special order it in - which is bizarre. Kudos to Mercedes for keeping the e63 - low volume seller but they obviously care about meeting their customers needs.

      about 2 months ago
    • Marius Peter
      Marius Peter

      I'd love a 4x4 wagon. My budget drives me to the Outback. I'm a Subaru fan since a boy, but I would love to have a little more power and fun in the Outback. I just hope the 2020 will have a turbo

      about 2 months ago
    • Daniel Fruchey
      Daniel Fruchey

      Please test the Regal TourX in Essence trim... Pretty please? I need your analytical eye on it

      about 2 months ago
    • Norm T
      Norm T In reply to Daniel Fruchey

      If you haven't driven one they ride really nice and handle fairly good. The $10,000 discount is icing on the cake.

      about 2 months ago
    • Luke McReynolds
      Luke McReynolds

      Loved the U.S. wagon market comparison at the end. I was in the market for an offroad-ish wagon last year, and came to nearly all the same conclusions as you. Bought an A4 Allroad, and I'm very happy.

      about 2 months ago
    • Michael Tarubal
      Michael Tarubal

      This really interests me. :) good for a family man like me

      about 2 months ago
    • Joseph Franceski
      Joseph Franceski

      How confident can we be about the future support of gasoline powered Volvos if the company is saying that going forward they are going to be making only electric and hybrid models?

      about 2 months ago
    • 《Joaquin Jr 》
      《Joaquin Jr 》

      2:57 I guess nobody care about amber turn signals

      about 2 months ago
    • whiteandnerdytuba

      What's the point of Volvo going to all 4 bangers if the t6 only gets f150 mileage.

      about 2 months ago
    • cba tiau
      cba tiau

      That eco-mode "tachometer replacement dial" looks very corny, reminiscent of Volvo's crappy dial used for their T8 PHEV models. They should just retain the normal tachometer in all cases; no reason not to, and it only makes those dials rather useless and confusing. Not sure what the engineers were thinking there. I"m also mystified as to why Volvo has stopped using an engine-coolant-temperature gauge, which is still present in the vast majority of car brands being sold; it's useful to know when the car's engine has warmed up. Omissions like this are just huge negatives for me for these new Volvos, and make me look elsewhere more than I would otherwise.

      about 2 months ago
    • Jimmy Y
      Jimmy Y

      I like the floor height of Sedans and the seating position of SUV. You can call it a CUV. And example of which is Kia Rondo 2007~2012.
      I hope automakers move away from sedans and wagons and move towards CUV, which is not only more practical than SUV, but also drives better.
      I love my 2008 Kia Rondo. Everytime I go to test other vehicles, I always conclude my Rondo is just perfect.

      about 2 months ago
    • Jimo

      Curiously, in the US, automakers are pretty much abandoning the production of sedans and coupes because they claim buyers only want SUVs and "crossovers".... which are basically wagons.

      about 2 months ago
    • Brendan A. MacWade
      Brendan A. MacWade

      Fantastic wagon. Can be ordered online! And you don' have to wait months and months like you do with the XC40.

      about 2 months ago
    • Nick Clark
      Nick Clark

      They are NOT headrests,they are head restraints to protect head in a crash ,fixed because that is the
      Position which works. You don't realise the LED running lights are shaped as the Swedish Thor hammer! Who cares about BMW, this is about the Volvo 👍

      about 2 months ago
    • Alex on Autos
      Alex on Autos In reply to Nick Clark

      Headrest is a generally accepted industry term. Clearly fixed locations are not required because Volvo uses an adjustable design in the XC40 and will also feature them on other small cars.

      about 2 months ago
    • alliejr

      This or an XC40? ...hmmm ...I'm conflicted ...both are hot!

      about 2 months ago
    • Klas Peppar
      Klas Peppar

      Believe it or not but here in Sweden/Europe we also “red brake light” instead of “amber brake lights” but we have orange rear indicators (rear indicators are not the same as brake lights in Europe/ Sweden).

      Here we have the main problem with the S60.

      As a Swed i wonder why the F*ck would you buy it when the V60 exists?

      And the comparing the V60 to that shit box Buick Opel thing made me laugh so hard that I cried, what a F*cking joke!
      It was a joke right? Otherwise it would have been a F*cking insult to all Sweds (my self included).

      about 2 months ago
    • Nathaniel Stevens
      Nathaniel Stevens

      Excellent review, as always. I, too, want Volvo to offer the V60 in the T8 trim in the US. Glad to see that I can get a wagon without the body-cladding and added height of the Allroad and Cross-Country.

      about 2 months ago
    • k. 743
      k. 743

      That BMW picture is 5 series, not 3 series

      about 2 months ago
    • Rick Feng
      Rick Feng

      Volvo will stop selling V90 in America? That sucks big time :C

      about 2 months ago
    • Alien z0mB13
      Alien z0mB13

      Alex, Is there a child seat video coming?

      about 2 months ago
    • Bill

      V 60

      about 2 months ago
    • Vital Ral
      Vital Ral

      Hmmm. No.
      Will be going with Toyota or Lexus. These are junk like any other European overpriced cars.

      about 2 months ago
    • Norm T
      Norm T In reply to Vital Ral

      Toyota doesn't make wagons for sale in North America, do they?

      about 2 months ago