New 2019 VolvoXC60 Hybrid T8 R-Design

  • VIN: LYVBR0DM3KB236854
  • Stock: V19111
Exterior Color
Onyx Black
Interior Color
Char Lth &Nubuck
Body/Seating
SUV/5 seats
Transmission
Automatic with Geartronic
Drivetrain
AWD
Engine
2 I4 Supercharged
Volvo XC60 Hybrid

Highlighted Features

  • Navigation system
  • Blind spot sensor
  • Lane departure
  • Speed limit sign recognition
  • Leather upholstery
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Emergency communication system
  • Power moonroof

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

Looking for a new car at an affordable price? This vehicle won't be on the lot long!

With all-wheel drive, electronic stability control, and a turbocharger, this car easily supports spirited driving maneuvers. Volvo prioritized comfort and style by including: rain sensing wipers, lane departure warning, and remote keyless entry.

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KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall10Out of 10
  • Beats all its rival in Luxury, Style and Safety

    By HKVC on Monday, May 07, 2018

    10.0
    I researched and compared: 1) 2018 Audi Q5 Prestige (test drove); 2) 2018 BMW X3 xDrive30i, M Sport design, Executive Tier (test drove); 3) 2018 Volvo XC60 T5 Inscription (test drove); 4) 2018 Mercedes GLC300 Fully loaded. Subjectively, I think no car come close to the high tech, simplistic and elegant interior design of XC60. Quality is top notch: soft-touch material everywhere, comfy/supportive seats with soft leather, heat/ventilation and even massage! (Probably the biggest) panoramic moonroof that extend to slightly behind rear passenger. As an audiophile, the B&W option is a must. None of the other three candidates is in even comparable. I love the exterior design, but this is subjective. Also, I think its established that Volvo is synonymous to safety so I wont waste time talking about this. My wife and I love how the ride is tuned with comfort in mind. I think enthusiast will prefer X3 and Q5. But for us, this is a family car so comfort is THE priority. If a sporty drive is what you are looking for, I do recommend X3 or Macan. After basically went through all youtube reviews and website articles, and personally test drove these SUVs, I narrowed down to a fully loaded Q5 Prestige (~56,400 before fees and tax) and fully loaded XC60 T5 Inscription (59,355 before fees and tax). I dare say you wont make any mistake if you choose either one. As much as I want the bragging right of owning a luxury German car, the modern interior/exterior styling, luxury design/material and safety features of XC60 is just the more rational choice for me and my family. Absolutely no regret =)
  • We love this car.

    By TSH on Monday, June 25, 2018

    10.0
    After three weeks, were getting the hang of this feature-rich, technologically-loaded luxury car. Moving from a BMW X5 diesel, reintroduced us to how smooth and quiet an SUV can be, and while the drive seems slightly less aggressive, we havent lost any zip or torque. This car is a true delight, so far. The small gas tank is a real range limiter, but when you do stop for gas after 350+ miles of straight driving, youll feel like youre stepping down off a cloud - the car is so comfortable that theres no fatigue. In hybrid mode on the highway, youll have exhausted your charge within 20 miles. On the other hand, we love being able to complete a daily round of in-town driving without burning any gas.
  • Love the car.

    By cynicalman on Thursday, October 25, 2018

    10.0
    Have owned the Volvo T6 Inscription with driver assist for 3 months and approximately 4500 miles. It is an extremely comfortable car. Good not great gas mileage around town. Much better gas mileage on the highway. Drove from PA to CT averaged about 28 MPG. The Driver assist is fantastic. I know Consumer Reports gave it the worst grade among cars that have a driver assist feature. Consumer Reports is just plain wrong. 1st time I have "heads up display" love the feature. Volvo' s navigation system is very good. The safety features are fantastic. One complaint about the lane departure warning. Instead of having the steering wheel vibrate there should be a warning sound like the one I had in the 2012 Volvo. It does some time to get used to the various warning sounds. One complaint I read about is how long it takes for the Infotainment system to boot up. 60 or 90 seconds is not a long time? Turn on your engine, Get comfortable in your seat, fasten your seat belts, adjust the mirrors, find the music or sports station you want on the radio, hit the kill switch for the stop start engine and the infotainment system is up and running. Use the eraser of a pencil to touch the infotainment screen it won't leave fingerprints.
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