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2019 Volvo S60: The Premium Midsize Sedan is All-New Inside and Out


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Completely Redesigned for 2019

Volvo opted for an all-new S60 model for the 2019 model year. Rather than a simple facelift, the S60 got a top-to-bottom redesign. The most obvious changes are on the outside. A fresh side profile offers a more premium look overall. The S60 also gets the now brand-standard "Thor's Hammer" headlight design. The cabin has been completely redone as well. Notably, the 2019 S60 comes with a standard 19-inch touchscreen display in the center console. On the performance end, the 2019 S60 comes with a new T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid powertrain.

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Varied Powertrain Options

The new S60 lets drivers take their pick from a range of powertrain options. From turbocharged gas engines to advanced hybrid technology, the S60 serves drivers of varying performance tastes. The standard T5 powertrain uses a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder unit. It produces a respectable 250 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque. The T6 powertrain coaxes more power out of the 2.0-liter unit by adding a supercharger. This time around, it makes 316 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. Finally, the T8 Twin Engine powertrain uses a plug-in hybrid design to deliver both compelling power and excellent efficiency. Working together, the 2.0-liter gas engine and the electric motor make 400 horsepower and 472 pound-feet of torque. 

Front-wheel drive is the standard drivetrain for the new S60. However, higher trim levels come with an available all-wheel drive system. Certain models also come with selectable drive modes that adjust parameters and optimize driving dynamics for your preferences.

Distinctly Scandinavian Interior

Volvo doubles down on its tradition of handsome, yet pragmatic cabin spaces with the new S60. The new sedan brings together aesthetic appeal, upscale comfort, and ergonomic design. Step inside and you'll find a wide range of features aimed at providing an all-around excellent driving experience.

High quality materials are used throughout the S60's interior. Perforated leather upholstery with contrast stitching is nice to the touch and to the eyes. Many control surfaces throughout the cabin are finished in metal, resulting in a satisfying weightiness during use. Metal-mesh trim pieces accentuate the interior further, while available driftwood gives the space a distinct look.

The S60's cabin isn't just nice to look at -- it's easy and comfortable to use. Volvo provides standard seats designed to support you throughout your journey. Available Contour seats offer extra adjustment parameters and side support. Controls on the doors, center console, and steering wheel have been placed for easy, intuitive access.

To finish things off, Volvo equipped the 2019 S60 with a standard nine-inch touchscreen display. You can control a wide range of functions through this simple interface.

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Thorough Safety

For years, Volvo vehicles have carried a reputation for substantial safety. While Volvo continues to excel in passive safety, new models like the S60 continue to get more and more active safety technology features. The S60 itself has a long list of available features.

Blind Spot Information System: This system monitors other vehicles in low visibility areas. If a vehicle is in your blind spot, a signal on your side mirror will let you know before you decide to turn or merge.

Active Bending Lights: As you turn your wheel, this available system will turn your headlights accordingly. That means better visibility around bends in the road during dark or low visibility conditions.

Lane Keeping Aid: This feature pays attention to lane lines as you go down the road. It can send a signal and even correct steering if you begin to merge into another lane without signaling.

Road Sign Information: Road Sign Information (RSI) recognizes speed limit signs as you pass them and displays the information in your instrument panel. You can also opt to have the system alert send an alert if you surpass the current speed limit.

Run-off Road Mitigation: If you begin to veer off of the road, this system can detect the mistake and automatically correct steering to keep you out of a ditch.

Automatic Braking After Collision: Cars often continue to move even after a collision. This system automatically employs braking after an accident to bring the vehicle to a stop.

2019 Volvo S60 Trim Levels

Not every S60 is the same. Volvo offers four trim levels with varying standard features, cosmetic packages, and more.

Momentum: The S60 with the lowest price tag is anything but base level. The S60 Momentum comes with standard features like leather seats, LED headlights, and a nine-inch touchscreen display.

Inscription: Luxury is the focus in the S60 Inscription. New paint colors and available 18" and 19"-inch wheels give it a distinguished exterior look. On the inside, standard wood trim complement leather upholstery with a variety of color options.

R-Design: If you're seeking a sportier experience, the R-Design is for you. Black trim pieces on the outside make for a more aggressive look. Performance is tuned for tighter, more precise feel.

Polestar: This performance-focused model comes standard with the T8 Twin Engine plug-in hybrid powertrain. Upgraded suspension and braking components provide improved handling as well.

Learn About the 2019 S60 at Suburban Volvo Cars

While you wait for 2019 S60 models to arrive, you can find out more about the redesigned premium sedan here at our dealership. We're located just off of I-75 in Troy, MI. Stop by and chat with a member of our staff about the new S60 -- we'll fill you in on exciting details. If you prefer, we can help you place an order for the new model. If the S60 doesn't seem like the right fit, you can explore other new Volvo models in person at our dealership.

Compare the 2019 Volvo S60 The Competitors

Volvo S60 Comparison

The small luxury sport sedan segment is a hotly contested part of the auto industry, but the 2019 Volvo S60 has carve out a distinct space for itself with its tasteful design, cutting-edge powertrains, and commitment to safety. It's a refined sedan for drivers with impeccable taste, but it's not the only model in the segment that's worth a look. You're likely to consider options from competing manufacturers like Audi and BMW during your search. We want you to feel confident in your decision, so we've put together brief comparisons between the S60 and its main rivals.

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Volvo S60 vs. Audi A4

  • Power and Efficiency: The new S60 starts off strong when it comes to power. Its standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine makes a healthy 250 horsepower. Meanwhile, the A4 offers a base engine with just 188 horsepower. You'll have to pay extra to match the S60's base power. Plus, the Volvo offers an even more powerful 316-horsepower engine and an available Twin Engine Plug-in Hybrid powertrain. You won't find a hybrid option in the A4.
  • Subscription Experience: The 2019 S60 is one of the first Volvo models available through a subscription service, rather than just buying or leasing. This unique experience requires a flat monthly rate. In exchange, Volvo takes care of maintenance, insurance, and more. With an Audi A4, you'll have to choose between buying and leasing.
  • Drivetrain: Both the S60 and A4 are available with their manufacturers' respective variations of all-wheel drive. However, their standard drivetrains differ. While the A4 comes standard with rear-wheel drive, the S60 offers the smooth ride and efficiency of front-wheel drive. Plus, front-wheel drive offers a performance advantage in the snowy conditions so often experienced in Michigan.
  • Price: The S60 is likely a wiser investment than the A4. It offers lower starting pricing across the board when comparing similar trim levels.
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Volvo S60 vs. BMW 3 Series

  • Performance: The new S60 has an advantage over the BMW 3 Series in that it simply has more powertrain options. The 3 Series does manage to barely edge ahead with base-engine power. However, its TwinPower turbo engine is currently the only powertrain available. By contrast, the S60 offers three powertrain options. The base T5 produces 250 horsepower, while the T6 and T8 powertrains offer 316 horsepower and 400 horsepower respectively.
  • Safety: Robust safety is a major part of the Volvo legacy, and the new S60 is a direct continuation. You won't have to move up to higher trim levels to get advanced active safety features in the 2019 S60. Instead, Volvo offers City Safety Collision Avoidance technology standard. This system actively detects road-going obstacles and alerts the driver to them. When necessary, it can even activate automatic braking. To get similar features in the 3 Series, you'll have to opt into a driver assistance package for more money.
  • Hybrid: Only the 2019 S60 offers an available Hybrid powertrain. The T8 Twin Engine Plug-In Hybrid does more than simply add power under the hood -- it offers dramatically improved efficiency and even zero-emission driving capability. That's because it uses power from both a gasoline engine and an electric motor. A variety of available drive modes can help you specify your driving experience to your personal preferences. The BMW 3 Series, on the other hand, does not offer a hybrid powertrain option.
  • Price: If value is important to you, the Volvo gets the edge. The new 3 Series has a significantly higher starting price, despite the two models having similar features and options available.
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