The 2018 Volvo XC60 will become available this fall and will cost $42,495 including the $995 destination charge. The base price includes pretty amazing features such as a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment display with Apple Carplay and Android Auto capability, leather seats, panoramic moonroof, and “Thor’s Hammer” LED headlights. In case you want the SUV with a bit softer seats upholstered with Nappa leather and with ventilation and massage options, you will have to pay some extra money. The additional equipment also includes Bowers & Wilkins stereo and four-corner air suspension which enables incomparably better ride quality. Let’s remind you that the base XC60 comes paired with a T5 engine and all-wheel drive system. The turbocharged 4-cylinder mill pumps out 250 horsepower.
In case you want a bit more potent model, the Swedish car maker offers the XC60 mated to a T6 engine. This turbocharged and supercharged engine delivers 316 hp and comes paired with AWD. Of course, you will have to pay more for the mid-range version. According to the manufacturer, the 2018 XC60 T6 starts at $45,895.
The price climbs even more for the 2018 Volvo XC60 T8. The SUV uses a “twin-engine” plug-in hybrid powertrain that pairs the turbocharged and supercharged 4-cylinder with a single electric motor. Altogether, the drivetrain delivers a whopping 400 horsepower. However, if you want to drive this model, you need to set aside $53,895.
It is important to know that no matter which one option you choose, it will be equipped with a new safety system that now includes Lane Keeping Aid and Oncoming Lane Mitigation.