I bought my 2012 Volvo S60 at the same dealership I have purchased countless Audi's for years. I saw the bright red T6 R-Design in an adjacent showroom off o the Audi display. Seeing the loaded Volvo and dozen or so people circling it, I nearly passed it buy. Once I sat inside, became acquainted with its easy-to-operate features, examined its content and price, I arranged for a test drive in an Electric Silver Metallic model with off-black leather interior. This, too, was the top of the line R-Design model with Platinum trim package. The car was so impressive, I decided against the Audi A7 I loved and took home the even more exciting and far better equipped Passion Red base color All-Wheel-Drive S60 T6 (Turbo 6) R-Design Volvo that grabbed my attention. The highlights of Volvo ownership start with the best customer care center, top notch service, national clubs (I belong to one in the U.S. and another in Canada) promoting safety, green technology, innovative design and comfort. The Audi I nearly bought was striking, too, but a loaded A7 would have set me back roughly $70,000. There are less costly Audi's but I did not feel the kind of passion with any other car than the A7 4-door coupe and the curvaceous S60 sedan. My new Volvo is fast (unbelievably fast!) and secure, has outstanding handling and ride, is super comfortable with orthopedic designed seats that make traveling a sheer joy, even with my bad back. I was unable to stay in a car or any seated position for more than an hour without having to stretch out. There are no limits when it comes to all around comfort and safety with the Volvo, even for me to enter, exist and ride or drive for hours-on-end --bad back or not. There is more than ample room for four full-size adults, possibly five -- no opportunity to experience an additional passenger just yet. Trunk space is generous and there are useful cubbies throughout the vehicle. I strongly urge anyone looking for a luxery sports sedan or even a coupe to check out the 2012 or 2013 S60. My wife's 2010 Audi Q5 is due to be replaced in late July; thus, we are looking into purchasing a second Volvo. For even more room, added safety features and 9" of ground clearance, we are considering a '13 Volvo XC60 crossover type SUV. I hear great things about the XC60 T6 R-Design from fellow Volvo club members, neighbors and a guy at work. The XC60 T6 sounds like a nice alternative or in our case, an additional car with vast behind the seat storage. Until I research the more rugged variant of the AWD S60 T6, the XC60, I cannot say enough good things about my new sedan and security I feel owning it.Read more reviews at Cars.com
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