The new Volvo V60 lifestyle estate has been welcomed by many new users, to such an extent that it now boasts the largest configuration possibility of the whole range. New in 2012, it has struck a cord with the travelling representatives and the public alike. Versatility appears to be the key, in that it drives like the S60 saloon, yet has the option to carry a great volume of items in the estate boot. Whilst not as large as the V70 Estate, none the less it holds a good quantity which has earned it praise. Designed directly from the S60 saloon it offers the high standards of Volvo safety and versatility, together with the comfort expected from Volvo.
The engine range extends to four diesels and two petrol alternatives, with four gearbox options, all bearing six speeds. There is also a D5 Geartronic AWD version available for those that require the option. There are four trim configurations with the 'Business edition', SE, SE-LUX and R-Design available. The business edition is only available with the D2, D3, D4 and T3 engines, the remainder of the range has all options available. Pedestrian detection with Adaptive cruise control, together with lane departure and blind spot warning is available on all models as an extra together with keyless drive on all models. The standard of equipment on all models is high.

An option of a power memory passenger seat is available throughout the range, along with heated seats, active 4-C chassis and rear facing camera.There are a great number of options for the interior trim dependant on the chosen model, with an extensive range of colour options available for the exterior as well. This is a popular model in the range and we feel it will become a desirable used vehicle when they start arriving on the market, which we anticipate in the next year or so. Shown to the right is the latest facelifted version as of 2013, which offers less CO2 with fuel economy gains in certain engine and geartronic combinations.