Volvo’s new XC60 launches with standard Bluetooth and HD Radio

In addition to the turbocharged 3.0-liter T6 model, Volvo has introduced a new, less expensive 3.2-liter variant of the 2010 XC60. Standard features include Bluetooth integration, HD Radio and 6 month subscription to Sirius.

Multimedia package costs $2,700 and includes navigation system and premium sound system.

Technology package costs $1,700 and includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Warning with Auto Brake, Distance Alert, Driver Alert Control and Lane Departure Warning.

Blind Spot warning (BLIS) costs $700 extra.

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