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2011 Volvo V60

By luanpa in | October 28, 2010 | (2) Comments

We has introduced the all-new 2011 Volvo V60 station wagon, it’s still an important segment for Volvo. Volvo has confirmed that the V60 will go on sale locally in the first quarter of 2011. But the pricing and specifications has not been announced.

2011 Volvo V60 is a prime example of Volvo, Using their latest design language and sporty with an aggressive stance. A styling pack gives the opportunity to boost the sporty attitude still further. Available in the accessories range, the styling pack includes skid plates front and rear, a front decor trim, side scuff plates, special exhaust tailpipes and unique 18-inch wheels.

Volvo design team worked hard to spiff up the Volvo V60 posterior. A strong character line. The exterior colours selected with immense care to emphasise the model’s inspiring lines. Among the 15 colours available are two new shades, the radiant Vibrant Copper and the more classic Electrum Gold.

The 2011 Volvo V60 is equiped with a new 1.6-litre GTDi engine, which is available in two versions: 1.6 GTDi (T3) with 150 horsepower and T4 with 180 horsepower. The 180 bhp engine offers maximum torque of 240 Nm from just 1500 rpm all the way up to 5000 rpm. During short-term overboost, it provides an impressive 270 Nm of torque.

The 2.0T, T5 and T4 are available in combination with Volvo’s automatic six-speed Powershift transmission or a six-speed manual gearbox, while the T3 comes with a manual gearbox.

The new Volvo V60 is built at the Volvo Cars production plant in Torslanda, Sweden. The first cars will be delivered to customers in autumn 2010.


2011-Volvo-V60 side

2011-Volvo-V60 rear



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2 responses to "2011 Volvo V60"

  1. Used Cars says:

    I have always been impressed with Volvo’s security features! As I read this one is not behind on that either!

  2. This Volvo is the perfect choice of not only mine, but also all of my family members. I can margin this Volvo as a great SUV model. But I don’t understand why this Volvo is named as V60 as it doesn’t have any great compactability.