The interior finds plenty of fans. Its stylish, high-quality features suit the exterior styling. Comfort levels are very good, and quality is close to the best in class.
The Volvo V60’s interior is starting to look a little tired now. The infotainment screen is small, and there’s none of the fancy tech that you get in an Audi A4 although, strangely, you do get a proper phone dial presumably for your non-existent car phone. It’s not the 90s, Volvo! Still, the quality of the construction is hard to quibble with and the majority of the controls (fun fact – designed to be used when wearing gloves) are easy enough to operate. There’s even a little bit of style in there provided by Volvo’s floating dash design that gives the illusion, however briefly, that the centre console is levitating free of the main dashboard.
The Volvo's seats are super comfy, but the interior needs a revamp
The Volvo’s seven-inch sat-nav screen seems small when you can get an 8.8-inch display in a BMW 3 Series and the graphics also belie that this is an old design. That said, the system is easy to operate and includes a DVD player, hard drive for your music and a voice recognition system.