Pre-Owned 2016 VolvoS60 T5 Drive-E Premier Sedan

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  • VIN: YV126MFK2G2404871
  • Stock: T404871
On The Lot
at ORR CADILLAC
Location Details
    Odometer
    64,000 miles
    Fuel Economy
    26.0/38.0 mpg City/Hwy
    Exterior Color
    Blue
    Interior Color
    Off-Black
    Body
    Sedan
    Transmission
    Automatic with Geartronic
    Drivetrain
    FWD
    Engine
    2 Drive-E 2.0L I4 16V Turbocharged
    Volvo S60
    • Carfax Free

    Detailed Specifications

    • Max seating capacity: 5
    • Fuel tank capacity: 17
    • Horsepower: 240

    Dealer Notes

    Go to our website https://www.orrcadillacofshreveport.com for more photos and Carfax. **ACTIVE CRUISE**, **ALLOY WHEELS**, **HANDS FREE CALLING**, **HEATED LEATHER SEATS**, **HEATED SEATS**, **IPOD / BLUETOOTH COMPATIBLE**, **KEYLESS ENTRY**, **MOONROOF**, **NAVIGATION**, **NEW BRAKES**, **NEW TIRES**, **NON SMOKER**, **REMOTE START**, **BACKUP CAMERA**, **SIRIUS XM SATELITE RADIO**, **GOOD TIRES**, **GOOD BRAKES**, S60 T5 Drive-E Premier, 4D Sedan, Drive-E 2.0L I4 16V Turbocharged, Automatic with Geartronic, FWD, Blue. Odometer is 8402 miles below market average!


    Blue 2016 Volvo S60 T5 Drive-E Premier FWD Automatic with Geartronic Drive-E 2.0L I4 16V Turbocharged

    26/38 City/Highway MPG

    Awards:
    * 2016 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ * 2016 KBB.com 10 Most Comfortable Cars Under $30,000


    Reviews:
    * Muscular and fuel-efficient turbocharged engines; well-balanced ride and handling; excellent safety scores. Source: Edmunds

    KBB.com Consumer Reviews

    Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
    Overall4.6Out of 5
    • The Sure-footed Swede

      By RtDK on Thursday, March 24, 2016

      5.0
      I have owned this car, certified pre-owned, since 8,800 miles (approx.). I've put a little over 5,000 miles on it since, and I can't say much of anything negative about it. Ember Black Pearl metallic paint is a WONDERFUL color. If there is anything I would improve, it would be the dashboard. There is an area around the central air vent that's missing an aluminum ring around it (compare it to the outer air vents), and I wouldn't mind having the dashboard wrapped in stitched leather. (It's soft-touch plastic.) Mercs, Jags, Lexuses and Audis probably have marginally-better attention to the finer details. That being said, short of a few niggles on the interior, there is absolutely NO shortage of comfort. The leather and seats are soft, sumptuous and supportive enough for the average sport driver, though those dedicated to the art would likely prefer a REAR-wheel drive car. The rear seat room is a little tight so I wouldn't recommend it for VERY long hauls. You better not mind frequent trips to the grocery store because of its small trunk. And if you get the Sport Package, be prepared to feel the imperfections in the road. On the flip side, with the sport suspension, it corners every bit like a BMW or a Cadillac. It's a beautiful, stylish and unique car that's a fantastic alternative to the more common German choices. It feels put together like a drum, and projected reliability (and experienced, in my case, so far) is excellent. Fuel economy is terrific (I only fill up about once a month AND it takes Regular gas), and it's a wonderful value if you're buying CPO. For the same price as a mid-range Camry or Accord, you can buy this beautiful, efficient and stylish full-on luxury car, fully-loaded, fast and fun. And its base engine is equal or superior to the competitors' offerings in both power and efficiency. Highly, HIGHLY recommended.
    • Catastrophic Engine Failure at 47,000 Miles

      By Myron on Sunday, January 26, 2020

      1.0
      This is not the first Volvo I’ve owned, but abysmal reliability and utter lack of commitment on the part of the company has ensured it will be the last. I have had nothing but issues with the vehicle. Firstly, the passenger wiring harness had to be replaced at 35,000 miles, followed closely by the transmission at about 37,000 miles. The latest development is with the timing belt, which broke at 47,000, rendering my car useless. What’s worse is that I was 8 days out of warranty; thus, Volvo of North America refused to cover the cost of repairs (a hefty $10,000). It must be noted here that I reported unusual engine vibrations about 10,000 miles ago (likely related), but the dealer failed to diagnose an issue, and told me that “[they couldn’t] just keep throwing parts at it,” even though, the car was under full warranty at the time. At any rate, I hope that no one else has had a similar experience, but I am done with Volvo. Charging a premium while failing to assume accountability for the quality of a product or service is a dishonest business practice that is unfortunately becoming commonplace, but it isn’t one that I expect Volvo to engage in. I was wrong.
    • Volvo S 60 T5

      By chaps on Sunday, May 05, 2013

      5.0
      I've owned a BMW 3 series and test drove the Mercedes C250 and this car is so much better. It's very luxurious and had so much more value than either the MB or BMW. I drove it on the autobahn and it is near the standard of the German cars. My only real complaint and it is small is that there is no real stroage cubbies in the cockpit. Other than that, the driving dynamics are excellent as well as the overall ownership experience. We utilize the dealer in Pensacola and they are awesome.

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