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Average User Score
4.9 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 8 reviews
2006 Volvo S60 Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 8 reviews
You can't go wrong with the S60, Volvo's mid-sized sedan, simply because it's a Volvo. That means that you'll have a full roster of safety features that have given the Swedish company its well-deserved reputation for many decades.
Lifesaving amenities such as ABS,
air bags, traction and stability control, and fog lights (front and rear) come standard on the S60. Each car also comes with conveniences like cruise control, a trip computer, and heated power mirrors at no extra cost. These automobiles are also known for their extremely comfortable seats, which are made even cozier with optional front-seat heaters.
User reviews run to both extremes. Some say that the S60 exhibits great quality all-around, and others complain about their car always being in the shop. It's worth noting that the positive reviews are definitely in the majority.
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Volvo S60 Questions
2006 S60 Stuck In Park. How To Get It To Move To Drive?
Water In Transmission (flood Vehicle)
water in transmission 125,000 miles 2006 volvo could the vehicle have problems, seals to swell abnormally with water over time. jp
2006 Volvo S60 Key Wont Turn
we have a 2006 volvo s 60. 3 days ago my wife drove it home and when she came back out about 15 minutes later she was unable to start it. The key will only turn to position one. The car powers up but ...
2006 S 60 Volvo Recently Flashed A Messgae "reduced Engine Performance" And...
Message light detailed "Reduced Engine Performance" then sut down. What is the cause of this message?
Is It Advisable To Use A Car I Own As Trade In Towards A New Lease Vehicle?...
I own a 2006 Volvo s60 that has developed costly problem...most likely transmission. Id like to get out of the car and lease a new vehicle. Is it advisable to use the volvo towards the lease price?