For more than a decade, the VolvoXC 60 has always been present in the top of one of the most competitive segments on the market. It was the best-selling Volvo Cars from 2009 to 2020. The model reached over 1.68 million units sold worldwide.
In 2020 alone, the XC60 reached almost 200,000 units sold and accounted for almost 29% of Volvo Cars’ total sales. In terms of market share, it was the most popular car in the European premium SUV segment and was in the top five models sold in the same segment globally.
The Volvo XC60 was the “World Car of the Year” in 2018
With performances such as the World Car of the Year title in 2018, the XC60 has been rewarded with global awards over the past decade, in categories ranging from design to safety.
Those who want such a model, but can not afford a copy first hand, have at their disposal the mobile.de website. There, the most affordable used Volvo XC60 costs only 6,450 euros.
What does the Volvo XC60 look like at 6,450 euros?
It is a Volvo XC60 manufactured in 2009, with a 2.4-liter diesel engine with 175 hp, as well as a manual transmission. The car has a turnover of 266,000 km. The pollution norm is Euro4.
The owner doesn’t mention anything about the car’s history, so we don’t know if he had an accident. With white upholstery, there are signs of wear in the images of the ad, especially on the driver’s seat. Otherwise, the car does not have major defects noticeable to the naked eye, so to speak.
Checking your car history is an important step when purchasing a used car. As Romanians prefer SH, cheaper cars, there are sites that provide information about them. Carvertical.com provides information about the mileage and accidents in which the car was involved. It is mentioned in the information package if the vehicle has been damaged, it can be checked if the mileage is real, the photo archive can be consulted, it can be checked in the database with stolen vehicles, or the defects of the respective models can be found out.