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2019 Volvo S60


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2019 Volvo S60 Interior Review


Interior: 7.4

The 2019 S60 has a luxurious cabin, with refined materials and some of the most comfortable seats in the class. Space is good in both rows, and cargo room is average. This car has a lot of standard features.

  • "Inside, the look is Scandinavian simple, with a handsomely uncluttered design." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "We have no complaints about the 2019 S60's interior. It's as tastefully designed as the exterior and follows the current look and feel of the rest of the Volvo lineup. The horizontal dash is accentuated by a large, vertically oriented touchscreen, and there's a noticeable absence of physical buttons or knobs. The use of fine materials adds to the overall impression of refinement, exceeding expectations for the price and class." -- Edmunds
  • "Volvo has long aligned itself with Swedish minimalism, but the S60 (and its fellow new-generation Volvos) take this to a new level. Most secondary controls are accessed through a portrait-style touch-screen Volvo calls Sensus, with the number of buttons on the dash reduced to the minimum required by law. This makes the S60’s cabin a wonderfully uncluttered place, and Volvo has taken good advantage by fitting the S60 with top-notch materials and switchgear … Volvo’s cabin design is totally unique, and we love it." -- Automobile Magazine


The S60 seats five people on standard leatherette seats. Power-adjustable front seats are standard, along with folding second-row seats and headrests. Leather upholstery, massaging front seats, heated and ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, and a heated steering wheel are available. There are two sets of LATCH connections for securing child car seats, as well as a third upper tether anchor.

This small luxury car has plenty of space for most adults to sit comfortably. Head- and legroom are good in both rows. The seats are comfortable, and little road or wind makes its way into the cabin.

  • "The front seats are some of the most supple and supportive I've ever had the privilege of sitting in, and a low beltline and expansive windscreen offer a commanding view of the world outside. Rear passengers enjoy ample accommodations, the new S60's 3.8-inch longer wheelbase affording improved back seat legroom." -- CNET
  • "It’s solid, quiet and roomy, with plenty of headroom inside in spite of the huge panoramic sunroof. Back-seat room is good, too, with a 6-foot-tall passenger being able to sit behind a driver of the same height." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "The cabin is very calm and quiet with engine, road, and wind noise kept at bay." -- New York Daily News

Interior Features

This Volvo has a generous helping of standard tech features. The standard Sensus infotainment system features a 9-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth, two USB ports, a ten-speaker stereo, and satellite radio. The S60 also comes standard with dual-zone automatic climate control, a panoramic moonroof, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. Each model also features a handful of safety features, including a rearview camera, lane keep assist, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, run-off road mitigation, and road sign recognition.

Optional equipment includes proximity key entry, a 15-speaker Bowers & Wilkins sound system, a 13-speaker Harman Kardon premium stereo, a head-up display, navigation, and a 12.3-inch digital driver display. More driver assistance features are available, such as a surround-view parking camera, front and rear parking sensors, parallel park assist, adaptive headlights, blind spot monitoring with rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, and the Volvo’s Pilot Assist semi-autonomous drive system.

The latest version of the Sensus infotainment system is more responsive than ever before. It looks pleasant and has organized menus, without a bunch of buttons cluttering the dash. However, this tablet-style touch screen interface takes some time to master.

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  • "The upgraded Sensus system is standard across the board and makes the infotainment feel snappier all around. If you’re trading in your older S60, you’ll have to mourn the loss of your physical controls for the climate controls, but you will get a more useful setup." – Autoweek
  • "Volvo's Sensus infotainment system receives an update with this new S60. It's a visually appealing touchscreen interface, but it isn't as initially intuitive as some competing systems. You'll need some time to get used to 'the swipe right for options' and ‘swipe left for driver assistance control’ interface. The response to user inputs is quicker than in previous Sensus systems, but you'll have to be more deliberate and forceful than you would with rival touchscreens." -- Edmunds
  • "Now, if only Volvo could right the wrongs that still mark the Sensus interface, which still feels slow to respond to inputs and is sometimes logic challenged." -- Car and Driver


The new S60 has an 11.6-cubic-foot trunk. That’s about average among for the luxury small car class. You can opt for a hands-free trunk lid for added loading convenience.

  • " [The] S60's trunk is perfectly adequate for swallowing a week's worth of luggage, and the back seats fold for even more storage. But if frequent Ikea runs are your thing (see what I did there?), you'll obviously be better off with a V60 wagon or XC60 SUV." -- CNET
  • "Standard fold-down rear seats provide convenient pass-through to the trunk, greatly increasing the usability of the somewhat smallish 11.6 cu.-ft. luggage compartment. A 12-volt power outlet in the trunk is another thoughtful touch." -- New York Daily News
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