You can expect to enjoy high performance when driving the 2021 Volvo V60 that is just as luxurious internally. The car is comfortable for both adults and children even throughout far distances and it is the vehicle to pick if you are looking at a car with one of the most luxurious interiors. Ready to discover more about the V60? Come and compare it against the 2021 Toyota Highlander to learn how each vehicle fares.

Design & Style

The Volvo V60 is as roomy as it is posh with a cabin that showcases various expensive elements like wooden touches and leather upholstery. Its seats are cushy and supportive and ideal for adults of any size throughout both daily commutes and longer drives. Power adjustments also come standard whereas leg- and headroom are not an issue at either row. For additional class, Nappa leather is available as an upgrade.

The Toyota Highlander is impressive in various aspects of the car. It can support up to eight people across three rows. The middle row can be slid to provide more space access for passengers. Captain's chairs offer more support but the seating capacity gets reduced to seven. Its base trim is good but nothing too fancy. There is a glaring amount of plastics which look rather dull and sloppy.

Technology & Safety

The Volvo V60 comes loaded with a series of technological features such as a 12.3-inch digital cluster, a 9-inch touchscreen display, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, satellite radio, 10 speakers, 2 USB ports, Bluetooth, and voice control. For safety, users can expect rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, lane departure warning, departure mitigation, collision mitigation, lane keep assist, collision warning, sign recognition, cyclist, pedestrian and animal detection, blind spot monitor, auto emergency brakes, rain-sensing wipers, rear traffic alert, and LED headlamps with active bending.

The Toyota Highlander is packed with tech features like Android, 8-inch touch screen, Amazon Alexa, Apple, Bluetooth, USB ports, 6 speakers, satellite radio, and Wi Fi. Safety tech of the car includes pedestrian detection, collision warning, auto high beams, lane keep assist, and rearview camera.


The Volvo V60 is able to deliver 250 hp under an all-wheel drive and fetches 23 mpg / 34 mpg of gas mileage.

The Toyota Highlander can make 295 hp from its standard V6 engine which gets 21 mpg and 29 mpg of gas mileage for city and highway travels.

The Bottom Line

The Volvo V60 is the posh vehicle you have been looking for that comes standard with plenty of tech advances. Its cabin style and space are just as satisfying with plenty to go around across both rows. Rides are always smooth with the car's powerful engines and adept handling.

Ready to Schedule a 2021 Volvo V60 Test Drive Today?

Do you want to see and experience for yourself what this Volvo vehicle has to offer? Visit us at Volvo Cars Manhattan today! Our customer service representatives are knowledgeable and can provide pertinent advice regarding car purchase, servicing, financing, and more. Contact us today and book a test drive for the 2021 Volvo V60 now!


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