2022 Volvo XC60 Prices, Reviews, and Pictures

The 2022 Volvo XC60 luxury SUV is small and stylish. It has fuel-efficient engines, an elegant interior design, and extremely comfortable seats. It has less cargo space than its rivals and rides better than you would expect from a premium SUV.


Although there are many attractive options in the compact luxury SUV market, few are as distinctive and stylish as the Volvo XC60. The Volvo XC60 is a handsome Scandinavian-inspired SUV with a spacious cabin. There are two options for fuel efficiency. Both engines use a mild hybrid engine to increase fuel economy and performance. The Volvo includes a wide range of standard features, including the most recent in safety technology.

There is plenty of competition in this segment, including the Lexus NX with a smoother ride. The XC60 also has less cargo space that the Acura RDX. This elegant European SUV is still a great choice for those looking for a small luxury SUV with elegance and comfort.

Pricing and Trims

There are three trim levels of the Volvo XC60: Momentum (R-Design), Inscription (Inscription). The most popular model is the R-Design. We think that most buyers will be satisfied with the Momentum trim. It earns our recommendation. We’ll tell you why.


The Momentum starts from $43,745. The Momentum comes with 18-inch wheels, adaptive headlights and a sunroof. It also features keyless entry and ignition, dual-zone automatic temperature control, keyless entry, keyless ignition, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone connectivity, a 10-speaker stereo and a 9.-inch touchscreen. Safety features include blind-spot warning and lane-keeping assist, automatic emergency brake, forward collision warning, rear cross traffic alert, and rear parking sensors. There are several options, including a head-up display or a navigation system.

The Momentum offers great value and standard features like blind-spot warning, sunroof and leather upholstery. We recommend it because of this.


The R-Design is priced at $49,895. The R-Design trim includes 19-inch wheels, front parking sensors and Harman Kardon 14-speaker stereo. It also comes with navigation and a garage door opener. You can choose from heated front seats or a heated steering column.


The XC60 Inscription trim starts from $51,245. This trim adds ventilated front seats. You can add heated front seats or a heated steering column to the option list.

Performance and Engine

Two powertrain options are available for the XC60: B5 or B6.

The B5, which is the XC60’s base-model powertrain, kicks things off. It boasts a turbocharged 2.0-liter four cylinder engine and 48-volt mild-hybrid system, which is rated at 247 horses.

The B6 is next. The B6 gets a turbocharged, supercharged T5 engine and the same 48-volt mild combination system for 295 horsepower.

All XC60 SUVs are equipped with an eight speed automatic transmission. All-wheel drive is an option. Front-wheel drive comes standard.

The XC60 feels more stable than competitors like the Lexus NX and Audi Q5 in terms of handling. It’s still a pleasant ride and most drivers will love it.


The Volvo XC60 cabin is a benchmark in comfort and design. The seats provide a comfortable support that keeps our shoulders and backs relaxed, on short and long trips. The cabin of our test vehicle was filled with unique design details such as a crystal shift knob that gave it an elegant look.

Volvo’s XC60 offers 38 inches of legroom in its rear seats. This is comparable to the 38 inches of legroom offered by Acura RDX, and is about average for this segment.

The XC60’s back offers 22.4 cubic feet of cargo area with all the seats in place, and 63.3 cubic feet when the rear seats are lowered. More cargo space is available with the Audi Q5 and RDX.

Connectivity and Infotainment

The Volvo XC60’s new infotainment system uses a Google Android-based layout that is more intuitive than its previous layout. The interface is attractive and modern, with intuitive menus that are easy to use. You can choose from navigation or Harman Kardon stereo. All models have a 9.-inch touchscreen. The Acura RDX, Audi Q5, and the Audi Q5 will have a larger touchscreen (10+ inches).

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