2021 Volvo XC60 Review

If you’re looking for a new SUV that is somewhat big in size, the 2021 Volvo XC60 might be a wonderful option for you. As a mid-size SUV, this vehicle comes with a plethora of safety features, as well as a spacious interior. It is bigger than its counterpart, the Volvo XC40.

Unsure if this car is right for you? To learn more about the car specs, read on!


One of the stand-out features that comes with the 2021 Volvo XC60 is the active air suspension drive mode, which raises or lowers the car automatically.

Another cool feature? The open-and-tilt panoramic roof that allows drivers the benefits of open air.

Trim Models

The Volvo 2021 XC60, just like any other car on the market, comes with various trim models for you to choose from. here, we’ve outlined some of the basic details of each trim model that you’ll need to know before making a purchase decision.


The Momentum is the most affordable option of the three available Volvo XC60 trim models. If you’re looking for a sizeable SUV but don’t want to spend all your money, the Momentum is the choice for you.

With dual visible tail pipes, silver alloy wheels and lime wood inlays in the inside, the Momentum trim comes decked out to make an impression on the road. It also comes with the same technology and safety features as the next two options.


The R-Design is the trim model with fairly large wheels, at 19 inches. This trim model has an open gird textile Nappa upholstery interior. It is categorized in the Sport performance category and is ideal for drivers looking for an SUV with a little more gumption.


Finally, the Inscription is the most expensive Volvo XC60 trim model. It also comes with 19-inch wheels, but its most unique interior feature are its ventilated Nappa leather seats. Drivers looking for the most detailed trim option should consider the Inscription.

Horse Power

The 2021 Volvo XC60 comes with up to 316 horsepower, depending on the exact make you choose.

Fuel Economy

Based on which car model you choose and where you drive, the Volvo XC60 can reach up to 29 miles per gallon, which is a fairly decent gas mileage for an SUV.

Additional Features

The 2021 Volvo XC60 comes with plenty of high-tech features to please potential buyers. Some of the most notable additional features that come with each vehicle include:

  • Updated Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for all your entertainment and navigation needs
  • Nappa leather seats to ensure optimal comfort for drivers and passengers
  • A sensor tailgate to allow hands free trunk opening
  • A plethora of safety features, including blind spot information system (BLIS)

It’s important to note these are not the only features that come with the car, but rather, some of the most impressive ones available.

Final Thoughts

Before deciding which car you want to purchase, you should consider the following:

  • Any safety features the vehicle comes with
  • Technology adaptability
  • The size of SUV you want
  • The color

No matter which car you decide to buy, the Volvo XC60 makes a safe, up-to-date choice for the road.


Celeb Facts - Celebrities Obsessed With Golf

  1. Justin Bieber's golf dates may outnumber his court dates. According to Rolling stone, Bieber's music career is a byproduct of his not having enough money for golf. When needed to come up with $20 for green fees, Bieber apparently took his guitar to a downtown theater and played on the steps for cash, and came home with $200.
  2. Former soap star and star of Melrose Place, Jack Wagner, was ranked first in a recent ranking of Hollywood's top golfers with a plus-0.3 index. He said the rating inspired him to win the next Lake Tahoe event. Golfing goes way back for him; in 1980, he won the Missouri junior college championship.
  3. Off-screen, Matthew McConaughey is just as likely to be photographed without a shirt as he is with a shirt on and playing golf. McConaughey is very competent on the course and was listed as having an 8.6 index in a recent Hollywood ranking.
  4. At the 2010 Golf Digest U.S. Open Challenge, Wahlberg scored 97. His score made him the only non-athlete to earn medalist honors. He ranked 26th on a list of Hollywood's 100 Best Golfers. His instructor Jim Flick says the actor could be closer to a scratch if he wasn't so busy in Hollywood.
  5. Even if Bill Murray was not a golf enthusiast, he will likely always be remembered in golf circles as the loopy assistant greenkeeper Carl Spackler from "Caddyshack." Despite the film following him onto the green, Murray hasn't stopped loving golf. He is often seen at the AT&T Pro-Am and carries a single-digit index.

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