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Classy, elegant, chic and sporty aren't words you may normally associate with a 4x4 - and you would be exceedingly unlikely to use them all simultaneously to describe exactly the identical 4x4. That is until the Coming of Pioneer Volvo Cars.
Since bringing the utilitarian off-roader to the family entertainment marketplace, car manufacturers have striven to design it and tailor it to provide the broadest appeal, together with varying degrees of success. Some attempt a 4x4/MPV cross, but some opt for a more laid-back SUV picture. There has even been an attempt by a premium car manufacturer at trying to turn its large SUV to a sleek sports coupe, with especially unsleek, nay, gruesome, outcomes!
Unlike many SUVs, VOLVO handles to maintain, and even improve, the svelte lines and subtle shapes of its more lightweight saloon and real estate brethren. In fact, in case you reduced an XC60 to make it adopt a road-hugging stance, it would doubtless appear like a rather rakish property. psychological" styling.
You wouldn't oppose the VOLVO's inside of being overdone. It is modem, fresh, fashionable and, most importantly, simple. The all-anthracite lower-half trim of our test example may appear dull and oppressive in some cars, but with more to lift it than white contrast stitching and tastefully implemented smart moldings, the Volvo handles an air of illusion that is smart. You would expect nothing less from Swedish design.
undoubtedly Volvo's currently well known'floating' center console, in this case having a glowing metallic finish. It presents an array of logically-arranged and clearly-marked controllers - that the human-shaped air-distribution picture being a specific case in point - that become nearly intuitive at first glance. Above this and the CD slot resides both the clear sat-nav display, slightly inset to reduce reflections in the window glass found on exactly identical|identical} plane as the tools in which a rapid glance enables instant visual clarity with no refocusing.
Gauges - just the two - communicate the vital details through annular analogue dials and (that word again)'floating' pointers with digital supplemental information exhibited in their facilities|centres|facilities}. They have a chronographic look to them, but Volvo has happily resisted the generally Far-Eastern car producers' tendency to decorate them with an excessive amount of bling and fancy lighting.
In authentic Volvo heritage, the seats are well-shaped, inviting and comfortable with those in the front providing a useful range of adjustment. The back compartment boasts sensible if not commodious legroom, and the nicely contoured seat must provide three average-sized adults with comfy but comfortable traveling. The 40:20:40 split/fold seat provides a level load floor once the one-touch release levers are operated.
Zoned climate controller gives a degree (actually, quite a few degrees) of heating/cooling flexibility and clean cottage air utilizing filtration and Volvo's Clean Zone Interior Package, an innovative air-purging system.
motors make lots of awareness, being as responsive as a'four' yet nearly as smooth as a'six','' even though the smoothness bit is not as apparent with an oil burner. Once heated up, however, the D5 is a nice enough diesel, providing brisk performance in concert with all the smooth-shifting six-speed Geartronic transmission, and which likewise has Sport style and manual override.
Having initially thought the steering over-weighted, a couple miles after it seemed to sense quicker and more reactive. Speed-dependent assistance is available as standard or an option, based on model, with a user-selection facility.
In normal conditions the all-wheel drive system is front-biased, with torque re-apportioned through the computer-controlled hydraulic clutch because readily available traction changes. Volvo's Immediate Traction is designed to aid with standing starts. Ride is quite firm (possibly due to the BMW X3 having an XC60 benchmark) but provides car-like cornering and handling, though well-judged initial compliance takes the sting out of many street imperfections.
The Volvo's City Safety helps prevent low-speed mishaps; Collision Caution with Car Brake and Adaptive Cruise Control with Distance Alert run at greater rates; BUS reveals your blind spots; DAC and LDW attempt to stop you falling asleep or straying out of lane; and IDIS waits telephone calls while you deal with complex driving situations. programs may be had as well as Volvo's renowned security design and engineering aided by Roll Stability Control, Hill Descent Control, Dynamic Stability and Traction Control, and Trailer Stability Assist. Oh, and there's Park Assist...
The Volvo's 90kg nose weight offers a fantastic margin to accommodate many suitable caravans, and rectangular, straight-edged door cushions give a much better platform than most for towing mirrors.
The XC60 was shown to be brisk, turning into a 0-60mph period of 14.5 seconds despite first take-off being softened by the automatic gearbox. . Hill starts were equally trouble-free. The costume felt quite unruffled in urban states, possibly due to the assurance of City Safety, and with a 30-50mph period of 6.1 sec was rarely at risk of holding traffic up. Normal auto mode dealt well, easily finding itself in the perfect equipment at the perfect moment.
The steering could sometimes feel somewhat stranger in tight, twisty urban states but improved at higher rates to turn into smooth, responsive and true, at which the Volvo felt in complete control through sequences of minor-road bends. On steep descents manual equipment selection may be useful, however, the powerful wheels using their respective driver- assistance systems provided reassurance.
In motorway speeds the XC60 tracked straight and accurate, however on a very windy test day some buffeting has been experienced, as was a enforced deviation offline from large overtaking trucks and trainers.
Ride comfort in all states was company, though rarely uncomfortably so, and the XC60 managed to damp out the caravan's bump reactions quite competently over all but the worst ruts.
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