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The Volvo S60 car is classified by generations:
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The Volvo S60 is a compact executive sedan. Its production started in 2000 and continues to this day. The Volvo S60 replaced the S70 in the market. This model is compact, safe, and comfortable. The model has been released three times and had three updates.
The technical specifications of each car vary depending on the car's modifications. The following table summarizes the Volvo S60 technical specifications.
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Some of the most common problems that Volvo S60 owners may encounter include:
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Volvo S60 I (2001-2009)
The first generation of Volvo S60 was introduced in 2000. This model stood out with its unique appearance, which had a huge impact on Volvo's design decisions.
According to Volvo, this model was a revolution, and indeed, the models that appeared after the S60 relied on a completely different design concept: they got rid of rough, strict forms and lines.
The designer Geza Loczi created the Volvo S60. He tried to round everything - you wouldn't find any angular details in the car. The first Volvo S60 was also the last car created before Ford Motor Company acquired Volvo, and is often considered the last true Volvo. As with all other Volvo models, the S60 had safety systems that met the highest safety standards.
The first generation of the S60 was built on the Volvo P2 platform and was equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox and a 5 or 6-speed automatic gearbox called "Geartronic." It allowed for manual gear shifting, which was quite unusual at the time. Volvo used a range of turbo-diesel and gasoline engines, which were mounted under the engine cover.
The Volvo S60 was also a frequent participant in racing events, and from 2002 to 2007, the model had its own racing series featuring 26 factory-prepared S60 vehicles.
Volvo S60 I facelift (2004-2007)
From January 2005, all cars registered in Europe had to comply with Euro 4 emissions standards, forcing Volvo to update its lineup with more eco-friendly engines and improved safety systems. The facelifted version also featured new headlights with clear glass and a dark surround. At the back of the car, the taillights were replaced with clear lenses and visible bulbs. Inside the cabin, the seats, trim, and materials were upgraded, and the center console was refreshed. The car also received a new sound system with 6-disc CD changer.
Volvo S60 I facelift (2008-2010)
In 2008, the Volvo S60 received another update, with minor exterior changes including a redesigned front to improve aerodynamics, and updated grilles with a larger brand logo. The back of the car featured larger, spaced out V-O-L-V-O letters. The facelifted version also had newly upholstered seats and more comfortable front seats designed with orthopedic principles in mind.
The second generation Volvo S60 underwent a radical redesign to regain its position as a top contender in its segment. The S60 now boasts a coupe-like body, which influenced its aerodynamic qualities. Built on a shorter S80 platform, the mid-sized sedan is 1 inch longer, 2 inches wider, and has a longer wheelbase. The interior design of the Volvo S60 has also been modernized while maintaining its distinctive Volvo style attributes. The coupe-like roofline improves the Volvo S60's aerodynamics, achieving a drag coefficient of only 0.28. This Volvo model outperforms its predecessor with better handling and dynamism.
Standard equipment for the second generation includes 18-inch alloy wheels, sport front seats, leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity, an 8-speaker sound system, iPod integration, a USB port, and auxiliary audio jack.
According to drivers, the second-generation Volvo S60 is an excellent car in every aspect - safety, performance, comfort, and design. It's fast - accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.5 seconds, and the car's price is relatively low compared to its competitors.
With the third generation of the Volvo S60, the company took an even faster step towards modernization. Both the design of this model and what's under the hood differ significantly from the previous ones.
Volvo has decided to eliminate all internal combustion engines by 2030 and replace them with electric or hybrid ones. This decision is visible in the 2019 Volvo S60, which comes with only a turbocharged gasoline engine, while the top-of-the-line T8 model has a hybrid electric system.
The exterior of the S60 somewhat resembles a scaled-down S80, but this model is shorter, and the interior is taken from the V60. A large touch screen device with informational and entertainment technologies is installed in the central control panel. Another TFT (thin-film transistor) screen has been added to the instrument panel, which the driver can configure to display the required information in a way that is convenient for them.
The standard safety equipment of the third-generation S60 includes two front airbags, driver knee airbag, front seat-mounted side airbags, full-length side curtain airbags (i.e., for front and rear passengers), ABS, electronic brake force distribution, brake assist, electronic stability control, traction control, and front safety belts with pretensioners and load limiters.
Volvo S60 II facelift (2014-2019)
This facelift included a new engine cover and front wings. Volvo S60 also received wider grilles with a larger Volvo emblem and new exhaust pipes. Inside, there's a new adaptive digital TFT screen in the instrument panel and an improved safety system.