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Volvo S60
EXPERT RATING
7.5
/ 10
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Volvo S60 Pricing and Specs

2021 price from
$55,990*

The Volvo S60 is available from $55,990 to $64,990 for the 2021 Sedan across a range of models.

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $55,990 $64,990
2020 $39,600 $78,320
2019 $36,700 $73,370
2018 $30,700 $87,120
2017 $23,300 $79,860
2016 $19,600 $72,600
2015 $17,900 $55,000
2014 $15,400 $38,500
2013 $11,500 $34,100
2012 $10,100 $25,520
2011 $8,200 $24,090
2010 $9,300 $16,720
2009 $7,100 $13,420
2008 $6,200 $11,880
2007 $6,000 $11,440
2006 $5,800 $11,000
2005 $6,000 $14,190
2004 $5,300 $14,190
2003 $5,300 $14,190
2002 $5,300 $12,100
2001 $5,300 $12,100

Volvo S60 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Volvo S60 here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Volvo S60 unwanted acceleration

    It's hard to say what went wrong at the time of the incident, but   the only thing you can do it to have the vehicle checked by a   mechanic to ensure the accelerator is working correctly and that   there is nothing under the pedal that might have caused it to jam.   Volvo recalled S60s in the USA when they had problems with the accelerator system, and they recommended checking the throttle   position sensor and cleaning the throttle body.

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  • Ask Smithy Xtra S60 engine

    Fitting a Volvo engine is your only realistic choice, and the decision between a reconditioned engine and a secondhand one comes down to how long you think you will keep the car. A reconditioned engine is the best choice because you are, in effect, getting a new engine. While a secondhand engine would be a cheaper option and might well give you good service you know little about its condition and how much service you could expect to get out of it. If you plan to keep the car for a long time go for the reconditioned engine, if you plan to get it going and get out of it in a short period of time go the cheaper secondhand route.

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  • Window fitted aerial interference

    WINDOW aerials aren't as effective as the old type and it seems the reception is always worse on the AM band. I'm not aware of any solution to the problem.

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