Volvo's second-generation XC60 crossover is in production right now, and the company has finally announced pricing. The little sport ute will start at $42,495 for the entry-level T5 model. The T5 comes with a 250-horsepower turbocharged inline-four. The T6 with its 315-horsepower turbocharged and supercharged four-cylinder has a base price of $45,895. The range-topping T8 with its 400-horsepower hybrid powertrain rings in at $53,895.
Every version of the XC60 comes with plenty of goodies as standard equipment. They all feature all-wheel drive, a panoramic sunroof, leather seats, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. And in true Volvo fashion, advanced safety equipment including lane-keeping assist, oncoming lane mitigation, automatic emergency braking and steering with pedestrian and animal detection, and blind-spot detection and intervention are included on every XC60.
There are a few options available to gussy up an XC60, though. Among the options are Nappa leather upholstery, a Bowers and Wilkins sound system, and air suspension. Whether you choose any of those options, you'll be able to pick a perfectly specced XC60 when they hit dealers this fall.
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