In a media event by Volvo Car Malaysia today, Mr.
The locally assembled (CKD) Volvo S60 T8 has arrived and now it is at level playing field with the Mercedes-Benz
My pick was the Volvo S60 T8 R-Design.Let me start with a confession: the initial pick for my favourite
Volvo Car Malaysia has just launched the Volvo S60 CKD earlier today.
It would be a stretch to call the Volvo S60 T8 astonishing, but having tried it, I must say, it&rsquo
Volvo Cars have just announced its biggest global recall ever.
Volvo Cars has issued a recall for a total of 700,000 cars globally after the discovery of a possibly
Volvo Car Malaysia (VCM) has officially launched the locally-assembled (CKD) 2020 Volvo S60 T8 PHEV R-Design
which was jointly developed with Volvo.The Preface is a large D-segment sedan - even longer than the Volvo
Volvo Malaysia released a special teaser for the third generation S60 on their social media platforms
From the Twin Engine hybrid powerhouse in the Volvo S60 T8 that makes 407 PS with a twisting force 640
.2020 Volvo S60 T8 R-Design: Driving Performance - 37/50 pts, More than enough power 2020 Volvo
Volvo Car Malaysia (VCM) had a fantastic run in 2019 with a sales growth of 36.1%.
At Volvo Car Malaysia (VCM) annual business review, the company has confirmed that the locally-assembled
Volvo Car dealer Sisma Auto is having a special pre-reg Volvo car sale.
Volvo S60 galleryEarlier today, Volvo Car Malaysia introduced the locally-assembled (CKD) Volvo S60,
Volvo S60Volvo Car Malaysia will launch the locally-assembled (CKD) version of the Volvo S60 T8 R-Design
confirmed earlier this week in an investors’ briefing by MBM Resources (MBMR), the parent company of Volvo
Back in May 2020, Volvo Malaysia launched the 2020 Volvo S60 T8 CKD, priced the same as the imported
The locally assembled Volvo S60 T8 R-Design is officially launched with a slight revision to the specifications
The locally-assembled (CKD) Volvo S60 T8 R-Design was launched in 2020 at identical price to the fully-imported
Volvo Cars Malaysia has just introduced the locally-assembled (CKD) Volvo S60 in Malaysia.The Volvo S60
Hence, it’s quite easy to shove off the fact that the newly launched Volvo S60 T8 R-Design has
S60 is finally launched in Malaysia.Only one variant is available at launch - the T8 R-Design priced
The Volvo S60 T8 R-Design is indeed a refreshing change of pace from the usual suspects in this segment
Following Volvo’s announcement that all of its models will be limited to 180 km/h starting from
We previously reported that Volvo Car Malaysia (VCM) has plans to launch the locally-assembled (CKD)
From 1 January 2020 onwards, all Volvo plug-in hybrids sold in Malaysia will be covered with an 8-Year
Meanwhile, the 2020 Volvo S60 T8 R-Design goes for RM 282,540 (without SST).We’ve yet to get our
Volvo Car Thailand has just launched the all-new third-generation S60 in the Kingdom, with the model
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Not sure if it’s the highest HP for a non-Hybrid ICE at 35mpg or higher car, but the Volvo S60 T6 produces 302hp and gets 36mpg. That said, Hybrid’s would get this with the Electric Motor plus ICE combo.
Currently, no, I do not think it’s worth the hype. While it’s true that electric cars are getting steadily better, they haven't yet reached the point where they’re worth the £77k (minimum) price tag. In another 5 or 10 years, my answer may be very different, but so far they just don’t have enough range for anything other than city driving. At the moment, hybrids are the best way to go because they have much better ranges and they cost a fraction of the price. For example: For £76,990 you get the base version of the Model S with a range of 402 miles and a 1.75hr charging time at 440 Volts. For £46,735 you get a Mercedes-Benz E300 E SE (the closest equivalent to Model S I can think of) with a range of 686.4 miles (UK) or 822.9 miles (US) - US model has a larger fuel tank, I don’t know why. £55k will get you every option available (premium leather seats, upgraded bose beo-sound, rear-seat entertainment, driving assistance package, safety package etc.) - note that this is still miles of the Tesla’s base price (with no options). The BMW 530e is also a good alternative (£45,915 base price), as is the Volvo S60 Recharge (£45,105) - you can even get the high-performance S60 Recharge Polestar with 405 hp and AWD for £50,305 (0–60 in 4.6 seconds and a limited top speed of 155mph). In summary, Tesla’s are not worth the price…yet. Maybe in another 5 years they’ll be better but their petrol/diesel hybrid counterparts are better at the moment.
I preferring Volvo. I had few years S60 AWD 2,5 Beznin engine 208 Hp full version and nothing are more endurance,I have big pleasure from ride Volvo.All Weel Drive have magic grip on every kind od truck, if You don’t make mistake on the road and You are good driver Volvo cars don’t bring You wrong suprise.Thats real pleasure Ride sport style in Volvo I know not so many People have competention and talent to Ride this kind of cars for 100 % Capsbilities of thats Level of technical project. Volvo s60 is very comfortable and bery good look classic sedan .Volvo in Real is Top of Save Life Cars, in 2003 this was most advanced electronic system car on our Planet, Volvo learnig Your style of ride (about control 500 times per secund inside car computers analize acelerator pull power,dynamic and that is with Japan transmision Gearbox sysem efc.Thats one of was my best expirience driving car in my Life and I’m was try many Cars Ride.
Volvo S60 Interior Inside, the Volkswagen Jetta is offered with a flat bottomed steering wheel, a leather package for the seats, steering wheel and gear knob. In addition, the the lower variants are offered with an audio player while the top end version is available with a touchscreen infotainment system with steering mounted audio controls. The steering mounted controls also include cruise controls and phone controls. The DSG transmission variant is available with paddle shifts and the Comfortline as well as Highline trims are also offered with automatic headlamp function and follow me home headlamps. Volvo S60 Engine Powering the Volkswagen Jetta are two engine options, a 1.4 litre turbocharged petrol engine and a 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel unit. The petrol engine generates 120 hp of power at 5,000 rpm and 200 Nm of torque from 1,500 rpm to 4,000 rpm. The diesel motor produces 138 hp of power at 4,200 rpm and 320 Nm of torque between 1,750 rpm and 2,500 rpm. The engines have been tuned for the best balance between performance and fuel efficiency. Volvo S60 TransmissionGearbox available with the petrol engine of the Volkswagen Jetta is a 6 speed manual transmission while select diesel versions also come with a 6 speed DSG dual clutch automatic transmission. Volvo S60 Braking and SafetyThe Volkswagen Jetta is offered with ABS (Anti lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution) and Brake Assist. In addition, there is traction control, 6 airbags, electronic differential lock, hill hold control and fatigue detection. The claimed fuel efficiency of the Volkswagen Jetta petrol is 14.69 kmpl while that of the diesel manual variants is 19.33 kmpl. The diesel engine is also available with a dual clutch automatic transmission that delivers 16.96 kmpl. These fuel efficiency figures are impressive for its segment. The price for this car is ,Rs. 14.78 - 20.89 Lakh. Thank you.
I mean, wouldn't you if you had a fast car? I love the sound of my slow 2.4 that barely make 200 hp at 7000 revs. Now I have come across a 2016 BMW owner who got intimidated by a tiny little Mitsubishi turbo in a 2001 Volvo S60 so much that he had to take off from an intersection in the lane next to me simply because I passed him. That's a different type of person. Maybe they just like the sound of the engine.
The answer to this one is not a yes/no. In some segments yes…in some no… For example take the following the cases: Volvo S60 Vs BMW 3 series/MB C-CLASS/AUDI A4 In ,her,e ..the volvo is not at all good in comparison with its GERMAN rivals..nothing good about the engine or interior except the safety it offers. VOLVO XC60 Vs BMW X3/MB GLE/AUDI Q5 In here..the XC60 is far better than the Germans..interns of engine and the plethora of features it packs within.. The XC60 offers 480 Nm with 235 HP with a 2.0 l diesel in the D4 inscription..whereas the Germans offer a maximum of 400 Nm and 190 HP ..with less features..and not packing much within to beat the SWEDISH rival.. SO IN GENERAL THE VOLVO CARS ARE WORTH THE MONEY AND OFFER GREAT COMPETITION TO THE GERMANS..AND LOOK GOOD TOO. ONE ESSENTIAL POINT ::: SAFETY OFFERED..ALL VOLVOs ARE THE SAFEST CARS EVER MADE..THE SWEDISH MANUFACTURER NEVER COMPROMISES ON SAFETY FEATURES…
Nope. When your new hyundai’s are coming with a 100,000 mile powertrain warranty and 201 hp out of a 1.6L engine, you can kinda throw that rule out. Even in naturally aspirated engines the Toyota 86 is at 205 hp from 2.0L Turbo Audi TT 2.0, 220 hp. Reliability? VOLVO! S60 Polestar 360 hp from just 2 liters. Honda Civic SI 205 hp from 1.5 L. These are brand new cars from the factory, so definitely not in “Hand grenade territory” In tuned engines, it depends on how its done, an engine is only as strong as its weakest component. Some engines are over engineered and can be taken to huge heights without a lot of issues (Looking at you 2JZ and RB26), but others seem to just like exploding when you tinker if you don’t replace all the weaker spots (Volkswagen, Hyundai come to mind when I think of over boosted engines that explode). It also comes down to maintenance, I had a Toyota engine grenade on me once because of an oil leak (check your oil before a long drive folks). In short: No, reliability comes down to components, engineering and maintenance.
Shit, I’ve been a “real” man since I was 18 and got married, had a kid, went to college, and supported myself. And I would love to have an electric car. Specifically, a Tesla Model 3 with Autopilot. But that isn’t a good idea for me these days, since I live in an over 55 condo setting that doesn’t have the capacity to install charging stations in my garage. So I’ll have to be satisfied with a hybrid. You know, a hybrid, like one of these cars that “real” men would love to have: ,Top High Horsepower Hybrid Cars 2019 Lexus LS 500h RWD. 354 HP. ... 2019 Lexus LC 500h Base. 354 HP. ... 2019 Acura RLX Sport ,Hybrid, Base w/Advance Package. 377 HP. ... 2019 Volvo XC90 ,Hybrid, R-Design. 400 HP. ... 2019 Volvo XC60 ,Hybrid, R-Design. 400 HP. ... 2019 Volvo S60 ,Hybrid, R-Design. 400 HP. ... 2019 Volvo S90 ,Hybrid, Momentum. 400 HP. ... 2019 Porsche Cayenne E-,Hybrid, Base. 455 HP. Or the newest Lamborgini or Ferrari.
It really depends on what your definition of “fast” is. If you truly want today's sports car level of performance, you probably are going to pay more for insurance. I am guessing that the higher performance versions of of otherwise pretty sedate cars like Camry, Accord, Malibu, Chrysler 300, Passat, Altima, Maxima or others will give you a degree of performance, with lower insurance rates. If you just want reasonable performance with also reasonable insurance, the good news is that cars have gone up tremendously in horsepower over the past 20 years. An example: I had a 1996 Volvo 850,whose base engine was fine, performance wise, with 165 hp. Today, a similar car, like a Volvo s60, has a 250hp power plant. This is true of all cars available in the United States, with the exception of the smallest subcompacts. As a result, if you are not looking for racing performance, and just want a car that can “get out of it's own way”, your choices are endless, including ones with low insurance costs.