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A cool compact hatchback, the C30 is the iconoclast’s answer to the VW GTI. There’s a new front fascia, which brings the C30 in line with the rest of the Volvo family. The turbo five feels quite willing to play in any version, but the R-Design’s stiff chassis may be too extreme for some.
Stylish and comfortable, the C70 might not offer the driving excitement of some of its peers, but it is still a refined and enjoyable convertible. The folding metal hardtop works brilliantly, and the interior is a luxurious oasis with the top up or down. Slight styling tweaks keep it looking fresh.
The S40 has been around essentially unchanged since 2005, and today it is outclassed and outperformed by the competition. The sporty T5 may be quick, but it suffers from a harsh ride. Still, the S40 has a stylish interior, plenty of safety features, and is a unique choice.
The S60 has softer, more modern styling and a comfortable and high-quality interior. Only one engine is offered, a smooth and strong 3.0-liter turbo six with 300 horses. It’s dull compared with other European sedans, but the S60 offers pace and a healthy dose of grace.
Volvo’s poshest sedan has a choice of a naturally aspirated 3.2-liter engine and a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six-cylinder. It’s a bit dull, but some people like dull and there’s no denying that this is a comfortable and luxurious choice, especially when equipped with the turbocharged engine.
Based on the S40 sedan, the V50 is a stylish alternative to small crossovers such as the Honda CR-V. Surprisingly roomy, the V50’s interior brims with clean Scandinavian design. It can be a little on the dull side, but it’s way more carlike and consequently more fun than any crossover.
Volvo’s XC90 is only slightly larger than the far more modern and better-driving XC60. Avoid the base engine as it struggles against the XC90’s prodigious weight. The other engine options are better, but if you want a Volvo SUV you’re much better off with the more refined XC60.