The Volvo XC60 comes with three model specifications, Momentum, Inscription and R-Design, which have varying equipment levels and a choice of engines.
The Momentum is the least costly XC60 and has all the above mentioned standard features plus 19-inch alloy wheels (smaller, 18-inch wheels, on tyres with deeper sidewalls, are a no-cost option: these will ride more comfortably).
Spend more for an XC60 Inscription and you get adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist.
You also get a head-up display which shows speed, navigation, and cruise control information on the windscreen, and four zone climate control which allows rear seat passengers to set their own temperatures
The wheel diameter increases to 20 inches, while the tyres get significantly wider and lower in profile – mainly for a sportier look, but also adding grip on dry surfaces.
Pay marginally more again for an XC60 R-Design and you get a package adapted slightly for more spirited driving, including a sports steering wheel with paddle shifters
and contoured leather seats, which provide progressively deeper bolsters each side of you, to help hold you in place around corners.
The wheel diameter increases to 21 inches.
The most expensive XC60, the T8 R-Design Hybrid also gets a panoramic sunroof and sound system enhancements including an air-ventilated subwoofer and CD player.Optional extras
Most XC60 features can be ordered on any version, either at no cost or for an additional sum. For example, the contoured seats in the R-Design models can be included in the Momentum and Inscription models for around $800.
Other extra-cost options include a very expensive but brilliant sound system from Bowers & Wilkins, heated seats and plush Nappa leather upholstery.
A further option on all models is air-suspension, which replaces the standard steel springs with air cushions for a more comfortable ride.
You can choose from several interior colour combinations. There’s also an array of alloy wheel designs, and on R-Design you can order wheels of up to 22-inch diameter.
There are also option packages, which brings a group of extra features, including the Lifestyle Pack for all models but the T8 Hybrid, which adds heated front seats, panoramic sunroof and tinted rear glass for around $2500.
The Sport Pack (around $6500) for the Momentum and Inscription models adds heated front seats, tinted rear windows, sport steering wheel with paddle shifters, the Bowers & Wilkins audio system, 20-inch alloys wheels, contoured leather seats and charcoal interior trim.
Buyers of the Momentum and T6 R-Design models can add the Premium Pack, which costs around $75000) and adds heated front seats, panoramic sunroof, tinted rear glass, power folding headrests, power adjusted second-row seats, the Bowers and Wilkins audio system and air suspension.
The T8 Premium Pack (around $6500) adds the same features as the Premium Pack to the most expensive XC60 except for the panoramic sunroof, which is already included.