SellerTypeFilter selectedSellerTypeList, null ; sellerTypeFilter. Modificationsto the emission control system s may renderyour Volvo not certifiable for legal operation inthe U. Sometimes a couple weeks went by before we had a chance to wash the S60 properly, and in the summer, the crud was literally baked onto the Volvo. ColorFilter selectedColorList, 'exteriorColorFilter', 'exteriorColorName', 'Color', 'colors', null ; colorFilter. When you drive a Volvo, you become ourpartner in the work to lessen the car's impact onthe environment. Caring for the environmentmeans an everyday involvement in reducing ourenvironmental impact.
The program has been super in helping me fix some of my soldiers cars and trucks that normally would have cost them an arm and leg. But after paying off the car 11 years ago, there has not been a single year since where the repair and maintenance costs have been more than a third of the annual payments. Also, the alarm siren module went out, which creates even more issues due to the way it's wired. . The addition of an all-wheel drive version makes it especially appealing to those in the great frozen North. The shortage of commentary wasn't because we disliked this car, but rather that it didn't inspire in us the sporty enthusiasm that Volvo was hoping for. It was a great, sporty, reliable car.
The seat are by far the most comfortable seats Ive ever seen. Keylock automatic transmission When you switch off the ignition, the gearselector must be in the P ark position beforethe key can be removed from the ignitionswitch. It consisted of the usual 7500-mile items; the air filter, the brake fluid, and the spark plugs were also replaced. Failed to get data, please try again. Tests have shown decreased fueleconomy with improperly inflated tires.
In August 2018, I watched her get hauled away for the last time. Data Unavailable Cargo Area 2. There are four versions of the S60, all with five cylinder engines: The base model, without a turbo; the 2. I find that your program is a great tool for those of us that love to tinker, with cars. Volvo recommends servicing the S60 every 7500 miles, which generally consists of replacing the oil and filter, and various inspections.
Had a small issue with dealership and they took care of the problem right away. Change Vehicle Change Vehicle Change Vehicle Failed to get data, please try again. Two repairs were made under warranty to fix the parking brake, which wasn't holding very well, and a rattling glove-box door. We'd like to blame balding tires and black ice, always an entertaining combination. The radio, unique because its functions are all controlled by turning knobs — even the radio presets — took some getting used to, but once learned, it was easier to use than most conventional units. Failed to get data, please try again.
But, as usual, the Volvo seats are spectacular, making for a comfortable, if not always, cushy ride. After the warranty expires every time you take it to get serviced it will cost you between 800 - 1000 dollars. There have been occasional repairs. Which will occur about once every three months. We really liked the climate controls.
Just what I was looking for. And if you do buy this car, the 2. There's no breaking with tradition when it comes to the seats. Feels like something holding back. One note of concern: We hated the clutch in the S60. We'd recommend taking the S60 to a dealer for anything beyond routine tune-ups and belt replacements.
Since we are big fans of the sports-sedan genre, we were eager to give the S60 a go when Volvo offered one for an extended drive. Spool good till the drop. But it's closer to the more expensive and larger S80 in styling and performance than to the smaller, entry level Volvo S40. So we'd definitely recommend the 2. I think the most important thing I have done is keeping up with all maintenance.
Most drivers had no trouble using the optional navigation system, whose screen rises out of the middle of the dash. That's why I bought my old 2001 S60. Tried learn the tcv but cant hold the boost on half throttle. Half of those 100 pages we reserve for the opinions -- praise, complaints, and assorted bleatings -- of some two dozen people who spend time in a vehicle over the course of our 40,000-mile tests, which can last a year or longer. When it's drop and slowly start accelerating it doesn't want boosting. It's distinctive and sleek, and the tapered roof line makes it look more like a coupe than a sedan.