What is it like on the inside?
The S60 feels a little tight in the cabin, especially when compared to something like the reasonably sized Passat or positively cavernous Mondeo that both undercut it. Volvo does make a lovely interior, though, managing to remain quite unique in the way it styles its console and instrument binnacle. Everything looks and feels very high quality in here, as close to the best German rivals as anyone else has got and more so in some areas of detail.
The front seats, as always with Volvos, are really comfortable and supportive and this feels like the sort of car you could do high miles in without getting tired or stiff. Unless you’re in the back, however, which is a bit pinched for this class.