Mention a diesel engine and most buyers would shrink away, or perhaps associate it high diesel taxes. Marry that with the new COE categorisation and you perhaps don’t have many choices to choose from if you’re going for a Category A car.
Volvo recently launched the V40 Cross Country D2, one of the sleeker diesel hatches we’ve ever driven. Now, they’ve not slackened at all with the new S60 D2.
The new S60 D2 retains most of the curves we see from its predecessor, unmistakably representing a strong Scandinavian heritage and design.
As compared to its other T4 sibling, the S60 D2 lacks a few notable features. In compromise for its impressive torque range, the S60 D2 does away with Volvo’s active bending xenon lighting, whi...