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84 VOLVO XC60 T5 R-DESIGN


VOLVO HAS A LONG HISTORY OF PRODUCING ROBUST AND SPACIOUS VEHICLES AND ITS SUV RANGE REFLECTS THAT AND ADDS LUXURY FEATURES AND PREMIUM STYLING TO GIVE THE BRAND A FORMIDABLE PRESENCE IN ITS SECTOR. Rivals include the Audi Q5, BMW X3 and Range


Rover Discovery yet Volvo’s XC models still stand out and have their own distinctive character and appeal. There are several XC variants in petrol, diesel and mild-hybrid form, with multiple trim levels and prices from £38,715. The five-seat XC60 is a popular choice and my test model was a T5 in upper range R-Design trim with 2.0 litre 250 hp petrol engine, auto transmission and all-wheel drive. Priced at £42, 535, this version has a quick 0-60 mph time of 6.4 seconds, top speed of 137 mph and average fuel economy of 30.8 mpg. Emissions are 174 g/km. Based on the platform of Volvo’s larger XC90,


BUILD QUALITY


AND STANDARD OF FINISH OF THIS VOLVO SUV IS IMPRESSIVE


the XC60 is shorter, seats five instead of seven, and and is more nimble to handle. In R-Design form is has more sporty styling, larger alloy wheels, lowered suspension and additional equipment. Standard kit on this version includes voice-activated


control system, sat-nav, connectivity, dual-zone climate control, powered tailgate, front and rear parking sensors and safety features which include auto-emergency braking with cyclist, pedestrian and large animal detection, lane-keep assist and run-off-road protection which tightens seats belts and also gives additional spinal protection thanks to special


seat frames. Build quality and standard of finish


of this Volvo SUV is impressive – you certainly feel you are in a premium luxury model. The dashboard has a simple functional layout with most controls via a vertical-format central touch screen which reacts quickly. The cabin is roomy for five adults


and seating is very comfortable. Boots space is 505 litres, expandable to 1,432 litres by dropping the rear seats to provide a flat load floor. When it comes to driving, the XC60 performs beautifully


with crisp smooth acceleration and excellent steering feedback. The firmer suspension on the R-Design version boosts grip, reduces cornering pitch yet still provides comfortable ride quality. Summing up, the Volvo XC60 is a classy and polished


performer bringing a dash of Scandinavian design flair to the sometimes rather staid SUV sector.


TOYOTA Camry Design


TOYOTA’S CAMRY IS A MID-SIZE HYBRID SALOON WHICH OFFERS ZESTY PERFORMANCE AND GOOD FUEL ECONOMY ALONG WITH A SPACIOUS INTERIOR AND GENEROUS LEVEL OF STANDARD FEATURES. It competes with rivals such as the Ford Mondeo and BMW 3 Series in a niche market as the rise of the SUV has resulted in a decline in saloon car sales. However, there are still a significant number of people who prefer a booted saloon and the latest Camry should attract attention. Priced from £29,995, even the entry-level Camry offers great value as its standard kit includes dual-zone


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