2020 Volvo XC60

2020 Volvo XC60 Review
The second-generation Volvo XC60 looks like a “smaller copy of the XC90," which obviously only benefits it. From the front, the car flaunts frowning headlights with LEDs fused with a hexagonal grille and a bumper truncated by the edges. The crossover profile is distinguished by lightness and swiftness due to the drop-down roof, the window sill steeply lifting upwards and the lines above the rear wheels and its stern attracts with elegant grades, sophisticated lights and a powerful bumper with two exhaust pipes.
The price in the USA starts from $40,150 and the maximum cost with the maximum configuration is $69,500 for a model with a hybrid engine. With an increase in value, you should not expect indicative luxury, everything looks very modest and only the quality of materials and practical functionality give out the traditional Swedish trend.