Volvo XC60 D4 SE Lux Auto W. Family Pack, Winter Pack & Panoramic Sunroof 2.0 Diesel Automatic 5 door Estate (2014) at Fiat and Jeep Oldham Motors

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Family Pack, Winter Pack, Power Child Locks Rear Doors, Integrated 2 Stage Booster Cushions x 2, Heated Front Seats, Heated Washer Nozzles, Heated Windscreen, Forward Folding Front Passenger Seat, Panoramic Laminated Power Glass Tilt and Slide Sunroof, Seat Belt Pre-tensioners, City Safety, LED Day Running Lights, DAB Radio, Autofolding Power Door Mirrors with Ground Lights, Cruise Control, Pollen Filter, Autodimming Rear View Mirror, Steering Wheel Remote Audio Controls, Rain Sensor With Automatic Windscreen Wiper Function, Tinted Windscreen, Rear Park Assist, 18 Inch Zephyrus

04/11/2014

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CO2: 124 g/km

MPG: 60.1

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Family Pack, Winter Pack, Power Child Locks Rear Doors, Integrated 2 Stage Booster Cushions x 2, Heated Front Seats, Heated Washer Nozzles, Heated Windscreen, Forward Folding Front Passenger Seat, Panoramic Laminated Power Glass Tilt and Slide Sunroof, Seat Belt Pre-tensioners, City Safety, LED Day Running Lights, DAB Radio, Autofolding Power Door Mirrors with Ground Lights, Cruise Control, Pollen Filter, Autodimming Rear View Mirror, Steering Wheel Remote Audio Controls, Rain Sensor With Automatic Windscreen Wiper Function, Tinted Windscreen, Rear Park Assist, 18 Inch Zephyrus

General

Badge Engine CC: 2.0
Badge Power: 181
Based On ID: N
Coin Description: D4 [181]
Coin Series: SE Lux
Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07: 29E
Man Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years: 8
Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years: 3
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %: 94
NCAP Child Occupant Protection %: 79
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09: 5
NCAP Pedestrian Protection %: 48
NCAP Safety Assist %: 86
Service Interval Frequency - Months: 12
Service Interval Mileage: 18000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage: 60000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years: 3
Timing Belt Interval Frequency - Months: 72
Timing Belt Interval Mileage: 108000
Vehicle Homologation Class: M1

Emissions - ICE

CO2 (g/km): 124
Standard Euro Emissions: EURO 6

Engine and Drive Train

Camshaft: DOHC
Catalytic Convertor: True
CC: 1969
Cylinder Layout: IN-LINE
Cylinders: 4
Engine Layout: FRONT TRANSVERSE
Fuel Delivery: COMMON RAIL
Gears: 8 SPEED
Number of Valves: 16
Transmission: SEMI-AUTO

Fuel Consumption - ICE

EC Combined (mpg): 60.1
EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies: True
EC Extra Urban (mpg): 64.2
EC Urban (mpg): 53.3

Performance

0 to 62 mph (secs): 8.5
Engine Power - BHP: 181
Engine Power - KW: 133
Engine Power - PS: True
Engine Power - RPM: 4250
Engine Torque - LBS.FT: 295
Engine Torque - MKG: 41
Engine Torque - NM: 400
Engine Torque - RPM: 1750
Top Speed: 130

Tyres

Alloys?: True
Tyre Size Front: 235/60 R18
Tyre Size Rear: 235/60 R18
Tyre Size Spare: TYRE REPAIR KIT
Wheel Style: PAN
Wheel Type: 18" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height: 1713
Height (including roof rails): N
Length: 4644
Wheelbase: 2774
Width: 1891
Width (including mirrors): 2120

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres): 70
Gross Vehicle Weight: 2330
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down): 1455
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up): 655
Max. Loading Weight: 596
Max. Roof Load: 100
Max. Towing Weight - Braked: 1600
Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked: 750
Minimum Kerbweight: 1734
No. of Seats: 5
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb: 11.7

THE GETAWAY CAR (used) 03/11/2017

By Jonathan Crouch

Introduction

Think of a used premium-badged mid-sized SUV and you'll probably think of something German - or maybe a Range Rover Evoque. We'd also suggest though, that you should be looking at the car we're going to focus on here, the improved first generation version of Volvo's XC60. If you're shopping on the used market and looking at this car, it's worth stretching to one of these post-204 facelifted models as they were usefully improved and got the option of a much more sophisticated 'Drive-E' D4 diesel engine.

Models

5dr estate (2.0, 2.4 diesel [D4,D5] / 3.0 petrol [T6])

History

The Volvo XC60 was first launched back in 2008 as the Swedish brand's alternative to premium SUVs like Audi's Q5 and BMW's X3. To begin with, most models used old-tech Ford-derived 2.4-litre diesel engines but in 2014, to coincide with mid-range facelift, the car was granted Volvo's own 2.0-litre 'Drive-E' D4 unit - though you could only have it mated to 2WD. This derivative instantly became the one to have in the range between this point and the end of first generation XC60 production in 2017.

What You Get

This improved MK1 model XC60's exterior styling disguised its bulk more effectively. Imagine a larger first generation XC90 model that's been on a hot wash cycle for a couple of hours and that's what the facelifted XC60 resembles; shrunken slightly, a little chamfered in its edging but recognisably a Volvo product and one that the company claim has turned up the visual volume. Changes to the front end of this improved design included a re-sculpted bonnet, sleeker headlamps and horizontal lines on the grille which, along with a bigger Volvo badge, featured chrome bars to emphasise the car's width. The Swedish brand's aim with the improvement package was apparently to create a more upmarket, cohesive look. A lot of that came down to detail tweaks. Like the emphasis away from black trim and on to colour co-ordination; the relocation of the washer nozzles out of sight under the bonnet; the flush headlamp washer jets; and, at the rear, a more smartly integrated set of tailpipes to set off a neatly finished piece of design that still wears it age well. Under the skin, the whole thing was based on an originally Ford-derived chassis. The so-called 'EUCD' platform for this Volvo's design dates back to the period when this Swedish brand was under Blue Oval ownership. From the same apparently humble underpinnings have sprung some great cars, this XC60 taking its place alongside products as diverse as the Land Rover Freelander, Ford's Galaxy, Mondeo and S-MAX and Volvo's own V70. At the wheel, the changes made to this revised XC60 model were subtle but the overall ambience was certainly a stage or two up-market from what was provided in the original version of this car. This came courtesy of better quality wood inlays, a plusher headlining, smart textile-covered B-pillars and some very well finished silk metal frames around the air vents and light controls. As a driver, through the chunky four-spoke wheel you view clear, smartly finished instruments and there's the usual infotainment screen in the centre of the dash, though it is a little small unless you have a car whose original owner upgraded to the optional satellite navigation set-up. The rear seats are situated a little higher than the front pair to give better visibility for children and the two outer seats in the back could be specified with two-stage booster cushions. There's certainly a very airy feeling in this part of the car, particularly if you've got an XC60 fitted with the optional laminated glass panorama roof. Unlike other similar roofs on other cars, it doesn't rob you of too much headroom and a couple of six footers would be comfortable in the back over a long trip. You'd struggle to fit three of them in though, but a trio of kids will be quite happy. Out back, the tailgate opening is arguably the widest amongst the XC60's direct competition, with a 495-litre capacity that's only slightly less than a BMW X3 or an Audi Q5 from this era. Under the boot floor, there's a secure storage area that can't be opened without the tailgate being lifted, making it a great place to keep valuable items safe when the car's parked. As with big Volvo estates, the rear seat is a three-piece affair that folds 40-20-40, with each section capable of folding down completely flat. Push everything forward and there's 1,455-litres of total fresh air on offer.

What You Pay

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What to Look For

Most of the XC60 owners we surveyed were very happy with their cars - but inevitably there were a few issues. Some owners have reported problems with the cooling fan. Apparently, a software malfunction on the engine fan control module in some cars means air-conditioning performance gets reduced, increasing coolant temperature and in some extreme cases, causing the engine to fail. We also came across reports of fuel pump problems. With regard to these, the pump's electronic module might not operate as intended, which could cause the engine to stall. There were a few power steering issues too, caused by the joint between the power steering high-pressure line and the steering gear being not assembled correctly. In some instances, this has resulted in fluid leaking and a sudden loss of powered assistance. What else? Well gearboxes on some XC60s have apparently been problematic. A section of the shift mechanism can work loose and cause the mechanism to become jammed. We came across reports of a few fuel leak issues too caused by the fuel rail beneath the vehicle being not properly attached, thereby exposing the fuel lines to damage. More seriously, there was a report of a seizure problem in a few cars caused by an insecure spring clamp on the radiator hose where it connects to the water inlet pipe. If this issue isn't rectified, the engine could lose coolant, overheat and seize. We've also come across reports of issues with curtain airbags and seatbelts. Check all these things out on your test drive.

Replacement Parts

(approx based on a 2014 XC60 D4) A fuel filter costs in the £21 to £23 bracket and an air filter will cost around £13. Brake pads sit in the £17 to £25 bracket for a set, though you could pay up to around £40 to £60 for a pricier brand. Brake discs are around £113. You'll pay around £12-£15 for a drive belt. Wiper blades cost in the £4 to £9 bracket, though you could pay up to £17 for pricier brands. A stick-on wing mirror glass is priced in the £15 bracket, though you could pay up to around £41 for a pricier brand. A tail lamp will be around £166, while a radiator will be around £166.

On the Road

If you were to place driving dynamics as a priority in your mid-sized premium-badged compact SUV, then this Volvo probably wouldn't be the first car you'd turn to. But get behind the wheel and provided you don't come to a car of this kind wanting to hurl it from bend to bend, then this one does still have plenty to offer. Some care is needed with the specification though. The sporty 'R-Design' variants look good but they get a stiffer lowered sports suspension set-up that's supposed to imbue the handling with a little extra bite, but robs the ride of the suppleness you get on lesser 'SE' versions. We'd try and seek out an 'SE' model fitted with the optional 'Four-C' chassis set-up, the term standing for 'Continuously Controlled Chassis Concept'. With this package fitted, you'll be able to alter the suspension to suit the road you're in and the mood you're in. Pillowy comfort for the school run. And a sharper feel for the back doubles you take to the office after you've dropped the kids off. Everybody wins. An automatic gearbox suits this car too, though the kind you get will depend very much on the engine you choose. The under-the-bonnet stuff is the major thing you need to know about this improved XC60. Namely that post-2013-era 2WD D4 diesel XC60 models used Volvo's sophisticated 181bhp Drive-E 2.0-litre four cylinder 16v diesel engine with its class-leading performance and efficiency combination. Plus they could be ordered from new with the option of an equally sophisticated 8-speed automatic transmission. Confusingly, D4 AWD models continued on with the older Ford-derived 2.4-litre five cylinder diesel unit still plumbed-in up-front, an engine which from new could optionally be mated to an older-style 6-speed Geartronic automatic gearbox. That old 2.4-litre diesel engine was also available in pokier 215bhp form badged as a 'D5' unit and offered only with AWD. Unless you really need 4x4 traction though, we'd try at all costs to restrict ourselves to perusing the 2WD XC60 variant with the new-tech 2.0-litre D4 engine. Here, you get performance good enough to match that of the much thirstier D5 powerplant (think rest to 62mph in 8s en route to 130mph). Yet at the same time, this 'Drive-E' unit delivers running cost returns that are vastly better and offers the option of a much clever auto gearbox. As for 4x4 traction, well a decent set of winter tyres will give you most of what you'll need there. That won't suit if you regularly go off road of course. But then, this car isn't designed to go regularly off road - not that you would know that from the pages devoted to its supposed mud-plugging prowess in the instruction manual. This reminds you that its 230mm ground clearance is superior to that of the larger XC90, that there's a 22 degree gradient approach angle (plus Hill Descent Control to get you down the other side) and that the car's wading depth is 350mm. Torque on AWD variants is automatically distributed between all four wheels by an Intelligent Traction 4x4 system, which is certainly useful on those muddy fields and forest tracks the road-going tyres will allow you to cross but has really been developed with traction on wet tarmac in mind. So yes, roadgoing ease of use is really what this car is all about. There's roll stability control - which you might need if you're one of the very few opting for the flagship 304bhp T6 3.0-litre turbo petrol model - and a clever TSA stability system to keep trailers on the straight and narrow. All the diesels on offer are decently quiet too - refined enough in fact at speed to make you notice that levels of wind noise are better than you'll find in some German rivals, especially BMW's X3. Around town, the steering is a little heavier than we would like - and the turning circle a touch restricted - but at speed, the set-up's fine. Overall then, a good showing. You might be surprised by this car.

Overall

When a car gets heavily revised six years into its model life, it's normally a last-ditch attempt to keep it fresh and resist the inevitable sales slide into old age. But this improved first generation XC60 feels different. The facelifted post-2014-era version of this Volvo mid-sized SUV proved, in almost every respect, to be a thoroughly revitalised car with its sleeker looks, its cutting edge infotainment gadgetry and most of all, its sophisticated D4 'Drive-E' diesel engine. And very much a worthy competitor for rivals of the calibre of Audi's Q5, BMW's X3 and the Range Rover Evoque. Yes, it's true that there are sharper contenders in this segment to drive. And that this Volvo won't suit if you're going to be regularly venturing off the beaten track. But neither of these issues will bother many potential used car market buyers, people more likely to value the cruising comfort, solid build quality and standard-setting safety that this car offers. Our advice would be to get yourself a 2WD D4 diesel model with the clever engine, equip yourself with a set of Winter tyres that'll be all you need in a cold snap and smile smugly every time you see a Q5, an X3 or an Evoque from this era drive past.

EYES ON THE SIZE (used) 22/09/2011

By Andy Enright

Introduction

Following in the tyre tracks of the phenomenally successful XC90 was always going to be a daunting task, but when Volvo decided on a smaller SUV model to complement its seven-seat cash cow, few initially realised quite what a natural fit the XC60 would prove. Perhaps the greatest compliment you can pay the XC60 is that it really makes you ask some hard questions about whether you really need the added space and the added cost of an XC90 when there's such a good vehicle in the line up. Used buyers are asking the same question and many of them see no need to go any bigger than the slick '60.

Models

5dr compact SUV (2.0, 2.4 diesel, 2.0, 3.0 petrol [S, ES, SE ,SE Lux, R-DESIGN])

History

The Volvo XC60 Concept had its first airing at the Detroit Show in early 2006. "The XC60 Concept features a number of innovations that indicate how our cars will look in a few years time. It is time to once and for all forget about boxy Volvos," said Design Director Steve Mattin, at the time. "Instead, we will make our Scandinavian design heritage more emotional and radiant by adding sculptured, exciting shapes and innovative features." He was true to his word and when the production XC60 was unveiled it was remarkably true to the lines of the show car. The first UK cars made landfall in autumn 2008 and the range consisted of 2.4-litre diesel of either 163bhp or 185bhp D5 variety. Customers weren't long on petrol engine choice, with just a grunty 282bhp 3.0-litre T6 unit available. In Spring 2009, the 163bhp diesel engine in the range was upgraded to 175bhp with front-wheel drive variants being offered for the first time under the DRIVe eco badge. November 2009 saw the announcement of the sportier R-DESIGN models. Buyers looking for a more economical petrol choice had to wait until 2011 and the launch of the T5 model. It still wasn't what you'd call modest though, its 237bhp power output making it more than a bit lively.

What You Get

Can we really class a 1,825kg car measuring 4,628mm in length and 1,891mm in width as a 'compact' 4x4? Its British designer Steve Mattin says we can. The suspension of disbelief is made easier by the way the XC60's exterior styling disguises its bulk. Imagine an XC90 that's been on a hot wash cycle for a couple of hours and that's what the XC60 resembles; shrunken slightly, a little chamfered in its edging but recognisably a Volvo product and one that the company claim has turned up the visual volume. The grille is a little bolder, the car's 'shoulders' more distinctive, especially when viewed from the rear. There's only room for five but at least the rear seats are higher than the front pair to give better visibility for children and the two outer seats in the back can be specified with two-stage booster cushions. The rear passenger compartment is roomy and a couple of six footers would be comfortable here over a long trip. The load opening at the back is also the widest amongst the XC60's direct competition, opening to reveal a 655-litre capacity. As in the XC70, the rear seat is a three-piece affair that folds 40-20-40, with each section capable of folding down completely flat to ultimately create a 1455-litre carrying space. Under the boot floor, there's a secure storage area that can't be opened without the tailgate being lifted, making it a great place to keep valuable items safe when the car's parked.

What You Pay

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What to Look For

Make sure the car is in very good condition. There's no reason why it shouldn't be, as it will be within warranty, but you may find a few scuffs or scratches on some of the interior plastics. Few XC60 owners will have subjected their car to any tough off-road antics but it's worth a check to see that the underbody hasn't been damaged by clumsy off roading. The diesel engines mop up miles very well although check the clutch on manual cars as the pedal is easy to ride. Otherwise insist on a full service record and contact a few franchised dealers to try to find the best bargain available.

Replacement Parts

(approx based on a 2009 XC60 D5) Parts prices are affordable and availability tends to be good. A clutch assembly will be around £250 and an air filter should be close to £18. Brake pads are around £90 a front set with a water pump relieving you of nearly £170.

On the Road

Although the advertisements would have you believe otherwise, the XC60 isn't a particularly sporty car to drive, even in the more focused R-DESIGN guise. As with virtually every contender in this sector, there's nothing very sporty about an XC60 to drive, especially when fitted with the slightly noisy five cylinder 2.4D and D5 diesel engines that the overwhelming majority of buyers choose. That doesn't mean it isn't an accomplished thing in day-to-day tarmac use though: this indeed is what marks out the premium end of the compact all-wheel drive market. This Volvo isn't really intended to go off road, though you wouldn't really know that from the pages devoted to its supposed mud-plugging prowess in the instruction manual of the 4x4 cars. This reminds you that its 230mm ground clearance is superior to that of the larger XC90, that there's a 22 degree gradient approach angle (plus Hill Descent Control to get you down the other side) and that the car's wading depth is 350mm. Roadgoing ease of use is really what this car is all about. There's roll stability control which you might need if you're one of the very few opting for the flagship 285bhp T6 3.0-litre turbo petrol model and a clever TSA stability system to keep trailers on the straight and narrow. Otherwise, there's a whole raft of acronyms emphasising the fact that this is the safest car Volvo has ever built. These include ABS with brakeforce distribution and brake assist, DSTC traction control, the WHIPS anti-whiplash and SIPS side impact systems and the BLIS blindspot information system, plus the usual front, side and curtain airbags.

Overall

The Volvo XC60 needed to be very good to elbow its way into a market populated by cars like the Land Rover Freelander and the BMW X3. It's also had to contend with the likes of the Audi Q5 but it has carved a very solid niche and with good reason. Understated, handsome and reliable, it makes a good used buy. You'll search hard for any massive bargains but you pay for what you get. I'd be looking out for a D5 SE that's been used for school run and shopping duties and take no prisoners when haggling.

Volvo XC60 average rating: 4.5/5 (49 reviews)

- 10/12/2018, owner of a Volvo XC60 2.0 D5 PowerPulse R Design AWD Geartronic

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
What a car. I had an old XC60 and it was great....this one is even better.

- 09/12/2018, owner of a Volvo XC60 2.0 T5 Momentum AWD Geartronic

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
The new XC60 offers luxury on the road. A stress-free drive that has the feel of a limo. A very different drive to the previous model. The only thing missing is an in-car bathroom.

- 21/12/2018, owner of a Volvo XC60 R-Design D4 Awd Auto

User rating: 5/5

User comment:
My XC60 is the first Volvo I have owned and I have to say I am absolutely loving driving it. The steering is very light and responsive, the ride height and visibility are excellent. I like having the option of selecting a drive type, although I usually select 'Eco'. I find the Volvo App so handy on a cold day because I can remotely switch the engine on and get the cabin up to temperature and clear the screen. On the whole I can't find a fault with it. I no longer take shortcut routes on my regular journeys, instead opting to enjoy the drive instead, and that's really saying something.

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