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Fuel Economy Update for October: Overall MPG Picks Up - 2015 Volvo S60 Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited November 2015 in Volvo
imageFuel Economy Update for October: Overall MPG Picks Up - 2015 Volvo S60 Long-Term Road Test

We added more than 2,500 miles to our 2015 Volvo S60 in October. In those miles, we improved lifetime fuel economy slightly.

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Comments

  • prndlolprndlol Posts: 140
    I wonder if this lifetime average is in line with other new Volvo S60 2.0l owners. I've said it before, but 23-25 mpg or roughly 10L/100km where I come from is perfectly fine to me for a car with 300 horses cranked out from its turbo AND supercharged motor.
  • Interesting that this is getting 23 mpg and that's bad, but with the Sonata that is 400 lbs lighter and has a little over half the horsepower is getting 26, but that's OK, we still have some time (under2k miles left for the Hyundai) to get the Sonata up there where it should be...hmmm...
  • g35bufg35buf Posts: 89
    I've driven a S60 and a V60 as of late for a rental on road trips and regardless of power train have rarely tipped the 24 mpg mark...on mostly highway. Volvos are heavy and heavy hurts mpg...More a case of the overly optimistic/questionable EPA ratings...Of course my daily driver is a 5,800 lb RAM EcoDiesel and my worst city tank is 21 mpg and worst highway is 24 mpg so most of these gas powered vehicles seem bad in comparison.
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