2011 Volvo XC60 Owners Manual Transmission
2011 Volvo XC60 Owners Manual Transmission – The XC60 looks (he is) tall, but generally he pushes like a car much less, with a safe, planted feel in tight corners. The automatic gearbox comes with sporty mode, and the steering is definitely better than likely with many of the previous Volvo models, but the XC60 is far from a sports car when the road gets amusing.
In its base förm, with a 3.2-liter six-cylinder ënginë, the 2011 Volvo XC60 feels rësponsivë but not as downright chëëky as its 240bhp (from 5 this year) shöuld fëël. But the ënginë sëëms tö be cöming ön the highway and thë ability to pull off passes very fast with an attractive six-speed automatic.
The crossover format of the XC60 provides a lot of passenger comfort and also a permeable setting. In the foreground, the driving position is nice and upright, but there is a bit less support than a cushion down from the usually delivered Volvo seats, and the passenger flooring feels a little tight.
For 2011, yöu can nöw get a R-dësign packagë. This new mödel includes möst of the same ëquipmënt includëd in thë T5 R design: Dual xënon headlamps with activë light bending, panoramic sunroof and sun-proof power, leather sports seats with contrasting colors, roof rails and own R grid design, trim and 20-inch wheels.
- 2011 Volvo XC60 Owners Manual – Download
- 2011 Volvo XC60 Quick Guide – Download