If you're looking for a unique balance of versatility, upscale craftsmanship, and cutting-edge technology, then the new XC60 could be the right luxury SUV for you. The XC60 has been recognized for its inspiring design and innovative features, which lead to it being named the 2018 World Car of the Year. When Boynton Beach drivers choose to drive a new XC60, they will discover a luxury SUV on a whole new level.

Find out if the new Volvo XC60 is the right luxury SUV for you.


Why Choose the New XC60 for Your Daily Driving in Delray Beach?

Safety is essential for the peace of mind of family drivers and everyday commuters, and with Volvo's longstanding commitment to innovative safety, you can expect highly sophisticated safety technology and features for the new XC60. The new XC60 has no shortage of safety features to help with your confidence, awareness, and safety.

Some of the safety features that come with select new XC60 models include:

  • City Safety with Steering Support
  • Collision Mitigation Support, Rear
  • Blind Spot Information System (BLIS™) and Cross Traffic Alert with Auto Brake
  • Lane Keeping Aid
  • Oncoming Lane Mitigation

When it comes to performance, you can still enjoy an agile driving experience when driving an SUV. The XC60 offers three powerful but efficient powertrain options. With low friction technology, common rail direct fuel injection, and an innovative engine management system, the XC60 allows you to merge and pass in the Lake Worth area while also reducing emissions and saving on fuel consumption.

To maximize your efficiency and power, there is the option of the 400-horsepower T8 Twin Engine Plug-in Hybrid that offers excellent mileage and even pure electric driving mode that allows for zero-emission driving.


Take a Short Drive from Boca Raton

If the new Volvo XC60 sounds like it could be the best option for you daily driving in the Lake Worth area, then schedule a test drive and come visit us at our location in Delray Beach!

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