The Volvo XC60 isn't the best large SUV to drive; if you're looking for something sportier there's the Porsche Macan, while the Audi Q5 can be more comfortable. Yet the XC60 looks and feels classy inside, is roomy and well equipped, making it a very strong choice. That's especially so in good-value Momentum trim.get the best price
This may be the entry-level trim but we reckon it’s all you really need. Climate control, keyless start, cruise control, automatic lights and wipers, a well-specified infotainment system and heated leather seats all come as standard. The only thing you’ll probably want to add is metallic paint and Apple CarPlay/ Android Auto.
Engine: 2.0 D4
If you can manage with front-wheel drive this is our top recommendation. With 188bhp the 2.0-litre diesel isn't super quick but offers relaxed and easygoing pace, and it's the cheapest and most efficient version of the XC60 diesels — even the mild hybrid B4 and B5 models.
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