Volvo has always been known for its comfortable interiors and high safety, both of which can be seen in the XC60. Along with the above, its exceptional off-road capability has also been recognized by several users, leading the Swedish company to develop the not-so-bulky XC60. Despite being a rugged vehicle, it offers one of its segment's most elegant and comfortable cabins. Even the base model has numerous features like dual-zone automatic climate control a power driver seat with memory settings, and an eight-speaker audio system. Hill-descent control allows users to easily tackle some of the most treacherous terrains. Those with arms full of groceries will love the presence of a power tailgate. You can opt for either the 3.0-turbo or the 3.2-liter engine here, with mileage figures ranging from 17 miles per gallon in the city to 25 miles per gallon on the highway. Both the above engines are more powerful than in the 2010 models. If you’re the proud owner of a new model, 2011 Volvo XC60 tires straight from the factory would be either Michelin Latitude Tour HP or Pirelli Scorpion Zero Asimmetrico.