The 2020 Volvo V60 boasts a roomy and elegant cabin that offers cushy and supple seats for optimum comfort. It focuses on providing those onboard with the chance to ride in ease and style without sacrificing on its engine performance. Let us list down its strengths and see how they fare against those of the Subaru Outback.

Design & Style

The Volvo V60 holds a capacity of 5 within its cabin that is full of room. Its seats are highly sumptuous which is just as expected for every Volvo model regardless of class. Both of the car's rows offer adequate leg- and headroom which is important for taller folks to ride in comfort during longer drives. Overall, the interior of the V60 sees plenty of top-notch materials for its surfaces that create a sleek outlook. Wooden trims and leather are definitely visually appealing to just about anyone.

The Subaru Outback offers good space and comfort within its cabin. It can seat a total of 5 people and its seats are upholstered in leather with adequate cushioning and support. Leg- and headroom are also available in a good amount in both rows. Overall, its cabin looks attractive with the high usage of top-notch materials.

Technology & Safety

The Volvo V60 has a standard set of tech features comprising of its own Sensus system for infotainment, a 9-inch vertical display, climate control, Apple/Android platform sync, panoramic sunroof, 10 speakers, a 12.3-inch digital cluster, and satellite radio. Safety devices included in the car range from lane assist, departure warning, auto emergency brakes, pedestrian detection, collision warning, collision mitigation, departure mitigation, rearview camera, and sign recognition.

The Subaru Outback comes equipped with technological advances like Android/Apple compatibility sync, a pair of 7-inch displays, a pair of USB ports, 4 speakers, Bluetooth, and satellite radio. There are various safety equipment as well for the car including rear-seat reminder, rearview camera, steering-responsive high beams, seatbelt warning, collision warning, cruise control, departure warning, auto emergency brakes, and lane assist.


The Volvo V60 easily puts out 250 horsepower when powered by a 2L turbocharged engine with 4 cylinders. Its mileage can hit 23 mpg in cities and 34 mpg on highways.

The Subaru Outback can deliver 182 horsepower under a 2.5L engine and its fuel economy is rated at 26 mpg and 33 mpg for cities and highways respectively.

The Bottom Line

The Volvo V60 engages with its target audience through its luxurious interior and a broad range of features inside. Its elegance and class are what appeal to buyers the most aside from its ability to deliver a tech-savvy driving experience.

The Subaru Outback has a base engine that is not as dynamic as most rivals whereas its infotainment system is not that easy to navigate as well.

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