The new 2017/2018 Volvo XC60 – which debuted at Geneva last week – costs from £37,205 for the XC60 D4 Momentum rising to £45,405 for the XC60 D5 Inscription Pro.
Volvo has launched a configuration for the new XC60, which reveals not just prices but also an extension of the trim levels, which now add a ‘Pro’ version to the familiar Momentum, R-Design and Inscription models to make your choice more confusing.
Entry level for the new XC60 is the familiar Momentum trim which costs from £37,205 (including 4WD and automatic gearbox – as do all the XC60 models) and comes with Thor running lights, 18” alloys, leather, Sensus Nav, Rear Park Assist, Power Tailgate, Cruise, Keyless, DAB and Bluetooth.
The XC60 Momentum Pro adds electric driver’s seat, active bending headlights, heated windscreen, heated steering wheel, headlight cleaning, cornering LED Fogs and Volvo on call. It costs from £39,005 for the D4.
The sporty XC60 R-Design is next up, with the D4 costing from £39,705, and getting Sports Chassis, butch bumpers, 19” alloys, privacy glass, Sports seats and the 12.3” active TFT instruments.
The R-Design Pro, from £43,705, gets 21” alloys, Four-C Chassis, adaptive dampers, air suspension and the same bits the Momentum Pro does.
The new XC60 Inscription throws most of what you’d expect in the price, with 19” alloys, more chrome, electric front seats, perforated and ventilated leather, the 12.3” instrument panel and enhanced lighting system. It’ll cost you from £41,205.
The new Volvo XC60 Inscription Pro is the new range-topping trim level and includes active bending headlights, tailored instrument panel, heated windscreen, heated steering wheel, headlight cleaning, Volvo On Call, 20” alloys, Active Four-C Chassis, adaptive dampers and air suspension.
The extension of the trim levels for the new XC60 addresses the issue of air suspension being an option only on the Xc90, and brings stuff that was an extra in to the Pro levels.
That said, there are still a number of ‘Pack’ options to enhance the XC60 further, including Dynamic Pack (Active Four-C Chassis, Adaptive Dampers etc) at £1,750 and more familiar stuff like Winter Pack (525), Xenium Pack (£2,000) and Intellisafe Pro (1,500).
Engine options at launch – all of which have 4WD and an eight-speed auto – are the D4, D5 PowerPulse and T5. We expect a T8 Twin engine to join the range at the top, and D2 and D3 to join at the bottom, before too long.
The new 2017 Volvo XC60 range is now on sale at Volvo’s UK dealers.
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