The Volvo V60, the wagon version of the S60, shares design and mechanical elements with the larger V90 wagon, S90 sedan, and both the XC90 and XC60 crossovers.
The Sweden-built V60 comes standard with advanced driver assist features including automatic emergency braking, and adaptive cruise control.
A turbocharged, 250-hp four-cylinder engine and front-wheel drive come with T5 trim.
The T6 offers all-wheel drive, plus a 316-hp four-cylinder engine that is both turbocharged and supercharged.
Both engines are paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
Unfortunately, the V60 also features Volvo's unintuitive touch-screen infotainment setup, which our testers found frustrating to use.
Volvo's semi-self-driving Pilot Assist system combines steering assistance and adaptive cruise control to try to make driving easier.
A Cross Country version has been added to the line.
A T8 Polestar Engineered trim, complete with a 415-hp plug-in hybrid powertrain and an enhanced suspension system is also available.
For 2021 blind spot warning and rear cross traffic are standard.