The redesigned 2019 S60 sedan is quiet, has an uncluttered and elegant interior, and comfortable seats.
The T5 uses an energetic 250-hp, turbo four-cylinder engine that drives the front wheels.
This combination returned 26 mpg overall in our tests.
The T6 brings all-wheel drive, plus a more powerful 316-hp four-cylinder that is both turbocharged and supercharged.
In typical Volvo fashion, the ride is stiff.
Handling is sound but unexceptional.
Unfortunately, the S60 is plagued with Volvo's unintuitive infotainment system, which requires too much swiping, tapping and eyes off the road.
The S60 comes standard with automatic emergency braking with the ability to recognize and respond to pedestrians and cyclists. Updates for 2021 include standard blind spot warning and rear cross traffic warning. For 2022, there is only one engine, a 247 hp 2.0-liter turbo employing mild hybrid technology.