Guide: 5=Perfect; 3=Good; 1=Poor
Pros: What do you like about your 2010 Volvo XC60?
Having previously driven only Japanese cars, this work of art blew me away.
Despite the awesome power, you feel in complete control of the car. I tried parking in a tight slot, just to get a feel and the navigation not only guides angular movement but warns when you're hitting the 30 cm distance from a barrier. A godsend in Japan.
City sensor works - on reflective surfaces. Do NOT try this against a human or a beige wall.
A lot of people had negatives to say regarding the body-roll when navigating tight corners. Having been in Muranos and Harriers, I felt that this was next to effortless. And I am talking about the TIGHT corners of Japanese back-streets!
This is seriously a car you can use for every day matters and still be very proud of. My son (and wife) refused to get off after an hour drive - this machinery has everything - comfort, power, class, paramount safety as a standard - all at a very very competitive price.
Cons: How would you improve your 2010 Volvo XC60?
These are not cons per se - just opinions and my quirky nature
1. Although I consider this to be the best looking Volvo to date, I have never really been much of a fan of the Volvo-look. For some reason, I am a big fan of aerodynamic looking wheels, the more the better.
2. The back is really roomy, it might have been fabulous to have just one more pop-up seat in the rear for those times when parents come to visit and you already have 2 kids.
3. Fuel economy. Then again, it is competitive against other machines in the same category and so should not even be a con.
2010 Volvo XC60 Review:
I have purchased this SUV as a long-term solution to transportation needs and for the last 2 months, it has been exceeding just about every expectation of mine. It is simply beautiful in every way - Volvo has outdone itself yet again.
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