Volvo S60 owners manuals
- Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Volvo S60 are:
- Transmission Shifting Problems cause by Internal Failure and Software Issues
- Front Upper Strut Mounts May Break and Cause Sound Over Bumps
- Exterior Light Bulbs May Burn Out Early
- Volvo Increases Warranty on ETM caused by High Failure Rate
- Random Shifting or Loss of Transmission Operation
- ABS Control Module May Fail
The Volvo S60 is a compact luxury sedan built and sold by Volvo as 2000 across third generations.
The prime generation (2000–2009) debuted in 2000 to substitute the S70 and was based on the P2 platform. It had a similarly designed estate version named Volvo V70 and a sports version named S60 R. The second generation (2010–2018) was launched in 2010 and has its estate variant, known as the Volvo V60.
The third generation debuted in 2018 and is produced on a reduced version of the Scalable Product Architecture platform, in America's original Volvo plant in Ridgeville, South Carolina. The U.S. became the single global source of the S60 sedan after production in China was abandoned in 2019.
The new Volvo S60 comes in four trim levels: Momentum, Inscription, R-Design, and Polestar Engineered. There are four engine options, beginning with the T5 that employs a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine (250 horsepower, 258 lb-ft of torque). It's paired to an eight-speed automatic and front-wheel drive. The T6 has a turbocharged and supercharged variant of that powertrain (316 hp, 295 lb-ft) that comes with an all-wheel drive. The T8 hybrid takes the T6's engine and adds electric motors (mixed output of 400 hp, 472 lb-ft). The T8 Polestar Engineered gets a higher-output variant of the plug-in hybrid that delivers 415 hp and 494 lb-ft of torque.