The latest success for Volvo's newest premium model was announced tonight at the Scottish Car of the Year Awards winning the Estate Car of The Year 2018. Its a remarkable hat-trick for the brand with the Volvo V90 winning the title in 2016 and the V90 Cross Country winning in 2017.
John Murdoch, President of the Association of Scottish Motoring Writers, said: "The estate car category was a tough one to judge this year, with a number of very talented vehicles competing for the title. Association members selected the Volvo V60 as the winner due to its combination of looks, practicality and excellent build quality. Our members were also impressed by its comfortable, well-laid-out cabin and its comprehensive safety features."
Jon Wakefield, Volvo Car UK Managing Director, said: "We're proud of our estate car heritage at Volvo, and it's especially rewarding to see our new V60 carrying on the great track record we've enjoyed at the Scottish Car of the Year Awards. Its success in winning this title – and a clutch of others since its launch earlier this year – shows how we are committed as a brand to keeping the estate car concept relevant and appealing to today's customers, through attractive design, useful technology and built-in practicality."
With the V60 epitomises the renaissance of Volvo with its clean, contemporary styling inside and out, and luxurious equipment level that provides the intuitive Sensus connectivity package and a comprehensive suite of advanced safety aids as standard. With the realise of the V60 Cross Country designed to tackle more challenging drives, the V60 range has something for everyone.
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