The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
Though its standard cabin tech is a mixed bag, the 2015 Volvo S60 T6 Drive E boasts loads of available safety features and one of the most complex and entertaining powertrains in this class.
The 2013 Volvo XC60 is a comfortable and uncomplicated driving SUV with a very advanced standard safety feature, but data-driven technology is absent from the cabin.
The 2013 Volvo S60 is an excellent alternative for BMW and Audi shoppers looking for a sporty, stylish sedan at a very reasonable price.
The 2013 Volvo C30 T5 R-Design is a fun and stylish little hatchback in its own right, but the performance, tech, and value of this Polestar limited edition all fall short of the competition.
The 2012 Volvo C30 R-Design, enhanced by the Polestar power upgrade, offers excellent driving performance. Solid cabin electronics are marred by a confused interface.
The 2011 Volvo XC60 T6 is a very practical car with good fuel economy. Tech options are cutting-edge when it comes to safety, but mundane for infotainment.
The 2012 Volvo S60 R-Design does little to justify its extra cost over the standard S60, but otherwise makes for a comfortable, premium sedan with modern tech amenities.
The 2011 Volvo S60 is a very enjoyable premium sedan, capable of sporty driving on the weekends and perfectly comfortable for an everyday commute. Frequently distracted drivers will appreciate the safety tech.
The all new XC90 seven-passenger SUV from Volvo marks a reinvigorated company, cut free from Ford in 2010, and now working under the auspices of Geely, a Chinese automaker.
If you can figure out the bizarre interface for the electronics in the 2010 Volvo XC60, it can be a pretty satisfying car to drive, but you will end up paying for it at the pump.
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