An insurance policy for a Volvo XC60 costs, on average, $220 per month, or $2,640 per year. Your actual cost may be more or less important based on your driving history, how many miles you drive each year, and other factors.
About the Volvo XC60
In 2008, Volvo introduced the XC60, which is now in its second generation. The fuel efficiency, power, and cargo space of this compact luxury SUV are legendary. In 2016, over 20,000 units were sold in the United States.
Why is insurance so expensive for the Volvo XC60?
The Volvo XC60 is more expensive to insure due to the high cost of the base car and the possibility of costly repairs. Premium components and service are still required, even if it is not the most expensive luxury automobile to insure.
Volvo XC60 money-saving safety features
Volvo XC60 drivers who have these safety measures installed on their Volvos save money on their car insurance.
- Anti-lock brakes
- Stability control
- Seatbelt pretensioners
- Anti theft system
How safe is the Volvo XC60?
The 2017 Volvo XC60 received a 5-Star overall safety rating from the NHTSA (NHTSA). The roll-over crash test resulted in a safety score of four out of five stars. During all other NHTSA crash testing, the highest attainable safety rating of five stars was used. The Volvo XC60 has also received the Highway Safety Institute’s Top Safety Pick+ designation (IIHS). All IIHS crash tests have received the highest safety rating available.
There is blind spot monitoring, adaptive control, and brake assistance on the Volvo XC60.
How does the Volvo XC60 compare to other car models?
The Volvo XC60 sits in the middle of our ranking of the 360 most expensive car models to insure.