2018 Volvo XC60 Australian Pricing Confirmed

All-new Volvo SUV to start from $59,990

The latest new-generation Volvo SUV is about to hit Australian roads and now we can bring you pricing details for the all-new Volvo xc60.

Confirmed a short time ago by Volvo Car Australia, the 2018 Volvo XC60 will be priced from $59,990 and offered in three variants - Momentum, Inscription and R-Design.

Related: Volvo promising fuss-free interior in XC40

One in three Volvo’s sold today is an XC60 so the new-gen offering is an important model on both the global and local stages for the Chinese-owned, car company.

Power comes from a selection of five different powertrains:

  • 140kW diesel – D4
  • 173kW diesel (with Power Pulse) - D5
  • 187kW petrol – T5
  • 235kW turbocharged/supercharged petrol - T6
  • 300kW plug-in hybrid/petrol – T8

While standard kit across all variants of the 2018 Volvo XC60 includes Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, 360-degree camera, and a 9” centre infotainment screen.

On the safety front, Volvo claim the new XC60 is one of the safest cars ever built and have added safety systems such as Evasive Manoeuvre Assist and Oncoming Lane Mitigation to the SUV offering.

There’s also Pilot Assist, Volvo’s semi-autonomous driver assistance system.

Volvo telling us this system takes care of the steering, acceleration and braking for you on well-marked roads up to 130 km/h.

2018 Volvo XC60 Australian Pricing:

Momentum

  • D4 – from $59,990
  • T5 – from $62,990

Inscription

  • D4 – from $66,990
  • T5 – from $69,990

R-Design

  • D5 – from $73,990
  • T6 – from $76,990
  • T8 – from $92,990

Volvo Car Australia boss, Kevin McCann, says dealers and customers have been waiting keenly for the new offering.

“It is the perfect car for an active Australian lifestyle, and it represents the next step in our transformation plan.

“Volvo has a strong heritage in designing stylish and dynamic SUVs that offer the latest in technology and the All-New XC60 is no exception.”

Related: Big changes for Volvo, Geely in 2018

Stay up to date with all the latest Volvo News at behindthewheel.com.au.




1 Comment

  1. I think the 2018 Volvo XC60 is a great looking SUV, top quality. I took two SUV’s for a test drive, and was very impressed. My only two issues are, for a four cylinder engine, it takes premium fuel. And, fuel cost continues to go up more than down. You would think for a four cylinder engine, and with today’s technology, Volvo would have figured out a way to have it run on regular fuel. Second, even though it’s a Swedish product, I am very concerned that Volvo is owned 100% by a Chiness company, who I frankly don’t trust.

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