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        Volvo XC60 [2017-2021]

        The Volvo XC60 [2017-2021], a SUV from Volvo, was launched in India in Dec, 2017.

        Volvo XC60 [2017-2021] price starts from ₹ 52.90 Lakh in India. XC60 [2017-2021] is available in 8 colours - Crystal White, Havana Brown, Bright Silver, Osmium Grey, Onyx Black, Luminous Sand, Denim Blue, Pine Grey. XC60 [2017-2021] seating capacity is 5 People. XC60 [2017-2021] mileage is 16.13 km/l. XC60 [2017-2021] has received 5 Star (Euro NCAP) safety ratings.

        XC60 [2017-2021] is available in 4 versions and 1 fuel options(s) - Diesel. Diesel models comes with 1969cc engine which generates peak power of 190 bhp @ 4250 rpm .

        XC60 [2017-2021] competes with Jeep Wrangler, Mercedes-Benz GLC and BMW X3 in India.

        Volvo XC60 [2017-2021] Model List

        XC60 [2017-2021] Model Price Key Specs
        Momentum [2019-2020] ₹ 52.90 Lakh Diesel, 1969 cc, Automatic
        Momentum ₹ 52.90 Lakh Diesel, 1969 cc, Automatic
        Inscription [2017-2020] ₹ 59.90 Lakh Diesel, 1969 cc, Automatic
        D5 Inscription ₹ 60.89 Lakh Diesel, 1969 cc, Automatic (TC)

        XC60 [2017-2021] Price

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        ₹52.90 - 60.89 lakh

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        Volvo XC60 has been discontinued in 2021. We are showing the last known price for XC60.

        Volvo XC60 [2017-2021] Key Specifications

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        Price

        ₹ 52.90 - 60.89 Lakh
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        Fuel Type

        Diesel
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        Mileage

        16.13 km/l
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        Seating Capacity

        5 People
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        Safety Rating

        5 Star (Euro NCAP)
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        Warranty

        2 Years (Unlimited KMs)
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        1969 cc
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        Automatic, Automatic (TC)
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        Size

        4688 mm L X 1902 mm W X 1658 mm H
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        60L, 71L
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        Ground Clearance (mm)

        223 mm

        XC60 [2017-2021] Expert Review

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        No other premium segment is as teeming and full as the mid-size SUV segment. Earlier dominated by the likes of Audi Q5 and BMW X3, the segment has countersigned a lot of action in the last couple of years, thanks to the ever-practical Mercedes GLC and the stunning Jaguar F-Pace. Now, it’s bound to be even more difficult for those looking to buy a mid-size SUV as Volvo, too, have come up with an all-new model.


        The car in question is the 2017 XC60. Now in its second generation, the XC60 is entirely new as it’s based on Volvo’s SPA (Scalable Product Architecture) platform. The drivetrain is all-new as well and so is the cabin and most of what’s on the equipment list.
        Not too big, nor too small, the XC60 is the SUV sweet spot in Volvo’s range, however, is it good enough to keep up with the more established rivals?

        Appearance Exterior

        The new XC60 has been conceived using the same design language as the XC90, the S90 and more recently, the V90. Naturally, it has the same basic design cues – clean, simple lines and striking details – as these other models. That said, the XC60 has a few distinctive bits.

        The now familiar T-shaped daytime running lights in the headlamps, for instance, extend right to the edge of the front grille. The doors also have a heavily sculpted lower section, while the pronounced ridge that runs from above the rear door handle helps give the XC60 a broader stance. Also, the vertically stacked taillights seem to have been inspired by the old car, but they are significantly sharper looking and superbly detailed. All in all, the new XC60 expresses a lot through its design and despite the same design theme as other Volvos; it is distinct and looks different compared to the bigger XC90.

         

        Appearance Interior

        Like the exterior, the interior has been thoroughly refreshed and brought in line to current Volvo standards. The slab-like dash and the beige interior of the old car have made way for a far sportier cabin finished in some nice-looking brushed metal inserts and an attractive layout. Volvo has also used high grade leather, dull wood and chrome bits for the clean and rather cool looking dashboard. The lack of buttons and plenty of horizontal surfacing makes the whole dash clutter-free. The touchscreen display measures in at 9-inches and has the sort of functionality that’s like a tablet or an Apple device. Nearly all of the XC60’s functions can be engaged via the large touchscreen and while the display is slick and responds really well, we are not sure if it’s the most convenient way especially on the move. As for the quality, the XC60 is well built and is right up there with the leaders but some of the interior bits could be better finished – the main volume controller and the engine start/stop knob feel a little flimsy.


        The XC60 has one of the best front seats (in terms of support) that we have experienced in a long time. They are large and adequately wide with just the right amount of contour and perfect cushioning. Also, it’s easy to find a suitable driving position in thanks to a plethora of steering and seat adjustment.

        Similarly, the rear legroom is ample and the back seats are extremely supportive and leave little room for complaints – the backrest angle is near perfect and its nicely contoured for shoulder support. The only downside, as we see it, is the slightly less under-thigh support and the helmed in feeling that one may get from the small rear windows and the narrow ingress.

        Volvo has truly gone to town with features and safety equipment. You get panoramic sunroof, head-up display, leather seats, paddle shifters, a sweet sounding Bowers and Wilkins audio system, 9-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, ambient lighting and lots more. The XC60 even gets heated and cooled front seats with massage function, heated rear seats and heated steering wheel, air suspension all-round and a plethora of driving assists including lane-keep assist, lane departure warning, adaptive cruise control and blind-spot assist. We tried out the lane-keep assist on the fast and windy ECR (East Coast Road) in Chennai and found the system to be fairly effective as long as the roads were properly marked.

        Performance Drive

        Under the muscular hood of the XC90 rests Volvo’s 2-litre, four-cylinder diesel motor that makes a solid 235bhp and 480Nm of torque. Thanks to the class-leading output, the XC60 feels brisk from the word go. On part throttle, the car is quick to react both in the city and at higher speeds thanks to the flat torque spread and a quick 8-speed automatic. If anything, this engine behaves its best on part throttle wherein it can ride the wave of torque and allow the gearbox to upshift early. The midrange pull is particularly strong and even at the top-end, this motor remains composed. The overall refinement levels, in fact, are quite high with little in terms of engine and road noise entering the cabin at normal speeds.


        The highlight of the XC60’s running gear is the electronically controlled air suspension with adaptive dampers. It not only constantly adapts to the road conditions but offers a whole lot more. For instance, it will keep the car at a constant height and level, irrespective of the passenger or luggage load. What’s more, when the engine is turned off, it will lower the car by 40mm for easy exit or entry. Finally, it will lower the car to its lowest setting at high speeds for better stability and increase the ground clearance by up to 40mm in Off-Road driving mode. Speaking of driving modes, the XC60 has five of them – Eco, Comfort, Dynamic, Off-Road and Individual. Unsurprisingly, the Volvo feels the calmest in Eco, with its throttle response feeling mushy and the gearbox upshifting early. Switch to Dynamic and you get a steering that’s noticeably heavier and a gearbox that hangs onto lower gears and upshifts over 4,500rpm. That being said, we found the XC60 to be the most intuitive in Individual mode as it allows the driver to alter the steering, gearbox, brakes and the suspension separately to suit their mood.


        The old XC60 wasn’t all that great dynamically but this 2017 model is a lot better. First of all, the steering is no longer vague off-center and it weighs up nicely as you up the pace – it’s fairly direct and heavy (though not to the point that its cumbersome) in Dynamic, giving you plenty of confidence through high speed corners. The ride quality, too, has improved with the 2017 model exhibiting plenty of composure over a few bad sections that we managed to find on our test route. Sure, you do hear the suspension working but there is hardly any lateral movement or unsettling jolts. On the highway, the XC60 remains composed with just a hint of up and down movement. Overall, it’s a great long distance car, one that will cover up kilometers for hours without leaving the occupants fatigued.

        Conclusion

        So is the 2017 Volvo XC60 good enough to compete with its rivals with more popular badges? It certainly is. As a premium mid-size SUV it nails the brief quite nicely, featuring a refined and powerful motor, well sorted dynamics and an exquisite cabin that’s loaded to the roofline. Although what sets it apart from the rest is its full suite of active features and that sense of individuality you get from driving a Volvo. So if you are in the market for a mid-size SUV that’s a little out there, the XC60 is worthy choice, if you can get around Volvo’s sparse dealer network, that is.


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        Volvo XC60 [2017-2021] Price List

        Find a list of all 4 diesel versions of Volvo XC60 [2017-2021]. This table includes on-road price which covers all costs like RTO and Insurance.

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        Diesel, 1969 cc, Automatic tooltip
        Fuel Type: Diesel
        Engine: 1969 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (In semi-automatic transmission cars, Gear shifting is handled by the car itself like an automatic car but gear shifting may not be as smooth as an automatic car)
        ₹ 52.90 Lakh
        Key features : Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats, Ventilated Seats
        Diesel, 1969 cc, Automatic tooltip
        Fuel Type: Diesel
        Engine: 1969 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (In semi-automatic transmission cars, Gear shifting is handled by the car itself like an automatic car but gear shifting may not be as smooth as an automatic car)
        ₹ 52.90 Lakh
        Key features : Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats, Ventilated Seats
        Diesel, 1969 cc, Automatic tooltip
        Fuel Type: Diesel
        Engine: 1969 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (In semi-automatic transmission cars, Gear shifting is handled by the car itself like an automatic car but gear shifting may not be as smooth as an automatic car)
        ₹ 59.90 Lakh
        Key features : Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats, Ventilated Seats
        Diesel, 1969 cc, Automatic (TC), 16.13 kmpl tooltip
        Fuel Type: Diesel
        Engine: 1969 cc (Higher engine size helps to generate more power)
        Transmission: Automatic (TC)
        Mileage: 16.13 kmpl (ARAI reported mileage)
        ₹ 60.89 Lakh
        Key features : Sunroof, Cruise Control, Push Button Start, Leather Seats, Wireless Charger

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        • Volvo XC60 [2017-2021]

        About Volvo XC60 [2017-2021]

        Summary

        The XC60 is Volvo’s middle-weight luxury SUV and sits below its flagship SUV, the XC90. The five seater SUV has been built on the new electric-ready platform and has been designed to fit in with all the new Volvo cars. The XC60 competes with the German trio, namely the Mercedes GLC, the Audi Q5 and the BMW X3 along with the British cousins – the Land Rover Discovery Sport and the Range Rover Evoque. Also, the upcoming Lexus NX SUV will also compete with the XC60.

        Further to this, read Volvo XC60 Road Test details by our expert.

        Exterior

        The butch-looking SUV gets the signature Thor headlamps and the high-mounted vertically slatted grille. In spite of it being a five seater, the profile reveals an almost a three-cab design which spacious. The signature shoulder line of the XC series continues to dominate the proceedings while the slightly flared wheel arches and the large alloy wheels give it the required muscle. The essence of the tail design has been carried over but, of course, with the modern touches.

        Interior

        Inside, the XC60 is as tech laden as the flagship XC90. You get the large touchscreen display for the centre console along with the big vertical AC vents on both sides. The dashboard is defined by the silver flute-line that runs across its width. The seats are leather and you have massaging seats in the front while both the front and rear seats are ventilated. The steering wheel can also be heated and it comes with a panoramic sunroof as standard. In terms of safety, the XC60 surpasses all the global tests with full marks. It gets eight airbags along with collision mitigation, pedestrian safety and everything that you can dream about.

        Engine and gearbox

        In terms of the powertrain, the XC60 is powered by the same 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel as the XC90 and it develops a nice 235bhp of power, more than anyone else in that segment. It also gets torque on demand all-wheel drive as standard. It also gets air suspension for superior ride quality along with different driving modes for varied needs.

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        XC60 [2017-2021] FAQs

        The on-road price of the Volvo XC60 [2017-2021] in Delhi starts at ₹ 52.90 Lakh for the diesel engine. Meanwhile, the top end model (XC60 [2017-2021] D5 Inscription) with diesel engine is priced at ₹ 60.89 Lakh.
        Volvo XC60 [2017-2021] is a 5 seater car with 5 doors.
        Ground clearance of Volvo XC60 [2017-2021] is 223 mm.
        Yes. Sunroof is available in 4 XC60 [2017-2021] versions.

        XC60 [2017-2021] Momentum [2019-2020] - starts from 52.90 Lakh.

        XC60 [2017-2021] Momentum - starts from 52.90 Lakh.

        XC60 [2017-2021] Inscription [2017-2020] - starts from 59.90 Lakh.

        XC60 [2017-2021] D5 Inscription - starts from 60.89 Lakh.

        Quick Facts about Volvo XC60 [2017-2021]

        Volvo XC60 [2017-2021], a SUV, is available from ₹ 52.90 - 60.89 Lakh in India. Volvo offers the latest XC60 [2017-2021] in 4 versions in India. The base model Momentum [2019-2020] starts at ₹ 52.90 Lakh in Delhi and the top model D5 Inscription priced at ₹ 60.89 Lakh in Delhi. If you are looking for 5 seater car then you should consider XC60 [2017-2021].

        XC60 [2017-2021] comes in 4 Diesel version (s).

        The Diesel version comes with 1969cc engine capacity and Automatic,Automatic (TC) transmission mode(s). It generates 190 bhp @ 4250 rpm.

        Volvo XC60 [2017-2021] comes in 8 colors which include Crystal White, Havana Brown, Bright Silver, Osmium Grey, Onyx Black, Luminous Sand, Denim Blue, Pine Grey.

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        Engine Size 1969 cc 1998 cc 1991 cc 1998 cc
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