Used Car of the Day: 2020 Volvo V60 T5 R-Design

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

used car of the day 2020 volvo v60 t5 r design

Today's UCOTD is a modern wagon with just 26K miles on the clock and 20-inch wheels.

This LA-based seller is asking $38,900 for a car with only some minor cosmetic damage.

It's an automatic and in addition to the R-Design package it has heated front seats and steering wheel. It also has a Protection Package.

Click here to check it out.

[Images: Seller]

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  • Astigmatism Astigmatism on Apr 19, 2023

    I don't get coal-bin interiors generally, but particularly for Volvos, when the blonde interiors are gorgeous. We went looking for an S60 Recharge last weekend, and were told they wouldn't get any more with blonde interiors _this year_. Black leather is way, way too hot in the summer and doesn't even look that nice.

    Almost the same story with Audis: 8 A5 Sportbacks, 6 black interiors.

    • 28-Cars-Later 28-Cars-Later on Apr 19, 2023

      Just a hunch but years back everything about Volvo was focused toward the local expected climate so this mentality may not have changed. In Sweden/Northern Europe black leather may be more popular and leather being too hot in the summer isn't an real issue there.

  • Wjtinfwb Wjtinfwb on Apr 20, 2023

    39k for a 3 year old T5 with disclosed "cosmetic damage"? As a new'23 V60 B5 AWD Hybrid starts at 50k, 11k in depreciation is nowhere near reasonable. That's a hard pass for me.

  • Jeffrey An all electric entry level vehicle is needed and as a second car I'm interested. Though I will wait for it to be manufactured in the states with US components eligible for the EV credit.
  • Bob65688581 Small by American standards, this car is just right for Europe, and probably China, although I don't really know, there. Upscale small cars don't exist in the US because Americans associate size and luxury, so it will have a tough time in the States... but again Europe is used to such cars. Audi has been making "small, upscale" since forever. As usual, Americans will miss an opportunity. I'll buy one, though!Contrary to your text, the EX30 has nothing whatsoever to do with the XC40 or C40, being built on a dedicated chassis.
  • Tassos Chinese owned Vollvo-Geely must have the best PR department of all automakers. A TINY maker with only 0.5-0.8% market share in the US, it is in the news every day.I have lost count how many different models Volvo has, and it is shocking how FEW of each miserable one it sells in the US market.Approximately, it sells as many units (TOTAL) as is the total number of loser models it offers.
  • ToolGuy Seems pretty reasonable to me. (Sorry)
  • Luke42 When I moved from Virginia to Illinois, the lack of vehicle safety inspections was a big deal to me. I thought it would be a big change.However, nobody drives around in an unsafe car when they have the money to get their car fixed and driving safely.Also, Virginia's inspection regimine only meant that a car was safe to drive one day a year.Having lived with and without automotive safety inspections, my confusion is that they don't really matter that much.What does matter is preventing poverty in your state, and Illinois' generally pro-union political climate does more for automotive safety (by ensuring fair wages for tradespeople) than ticketing poor people for not having enough money to maintain their cars.