This year, the XC60 no longer offers the T5 or T6 powertrains. Instead, they offer the B5 and B6 powertrains, which use a 48-volt hybrid system. The plug-in hybrid T8 powertrain remains as the top powertrain, but it now has a larger battery pack, increasing the XC60’s electric driving range to 35 miles.

Pricing for the base XC60 Momentum begins at $42,650, which is steep for a luxury small SUV. The base price of an Inscription is $50,150, while the top-of-the-line Polestar Engineered model is $69,500.

The XC60 is available with your choice of Volvo’s B5, B6, or T8 engine, each of which is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive. XC60s with the base B5 badge have a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and a 48-volt hybrid system under the hood, good for 247 horsepower.

Front-wheel drive B5 cars, according to the EPA, should achieve 22 mpg in the city and 28 mpg on the interstate. The more powerful B6 gets 21/27 mpg in the city/highway, while the plug-in hybrid T8 gets 63 MPGe.

You can have your kladdkaka (interior design) and eat it (rich materials) with the XC60. The cabin is quiet and pleasant, and both rows of seats can easily fit an adult. We wouldn’t have expected anything less from a contemporary Volvo than the XC60’s cabin, with its simple layout and high-quality materials.