I've owned 44 cars over the years from Acura MDX's to Volkswagen GTI's, 1972 Chevy Trucks, Saabs, Hondas. I've had them all. The 2015 R design XC60 is by far the most satisfying combination of perform...
I've owned 44 cars over the years from Acura MDX's to Volkswagen GTI's, 1972 Chevy Trucks, Saabs, Hondas. I've had them all. The 2015 R design XC60 is by far the most satisfying combination of performance, comfort, safety and all around awesomeness.
The seats are the most comfortable and supportive on the market. They blow away the sport seats I had on my 2011 BMW 328 Wagon. Bolstering is perfect, adjustability seems limitless, and the leather is soft, supple and durable.
The steering wheel and controls are satisfying to the touch, fit my hands perfectly, and everything is within easy reach. The heated steering wheel is a luxury I could do with out here in FL. but it sure is nice when I travel north.
The fit and finish of the interior rivals any german car I've owned. The interior finish beats the Audis and VW's I've had in tactile feel and material quality. The ergonomics are second to none. Everything is within reach, is intuitive, and just works.
The fold=flat rear seats are simple to use and the headrests fold in when folded flat.All my other cars forced me to remove the headrests. Not so on the Volvo.
Interior room is comfortable for both front and rear passengers with plenty of leg room for everyone.
The only improvements I'd make are with the menus and navigation of the infotainment system. While one of the better vehicles when it comes to wireless integration, it lacks a touch screen and the menus are simply not as intuitive as those of my 2015 VW GTI Drivers edition. Still, a day of use and you;ll be using the car technology like you were Michael Knight and KIT.
If you can't tell, I love this car. I'd recommended it to friends, family..anyone looking for a very sporty, practical, incredibly safe vehicle. I'd buy another in a heart beat.