Looking at a 2016 (162) Volvo V60 D6 Hybrid AWD, with less than 6K miles, (9.5k kilometres) on the clock. It is a demo model. Reviews tell me that I should avoid this automobile, primarily because of price. With a cash price tag of €36K on this automobile from a dealership I am inclined to think that the value is more acceptable. Does this price raise your two-star rating? With three children approaching teenage, they have outgrown the Opel Zafira and so other options I am considering include the XC60.
each of advice appreciated.
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Padraig Coffey (Killarney) - Fri, 07 Jul 2017 11:52
Nope, the price doesn't change the fact that it's more thirsty and less practical than the standard V60. If your girls have outgrown a Zafira then neither the back seat nor the boot of the V60 hybrid will be any use to them or you. Better off by far with a standard one, or consider an upgrade to a well-automobileed for XC90.