Volvo has been on a steep upswing for several years, thanks in part to its excellent lineup of crossover suvs. The 2019 Volvo XC60 is a two-row midsize crossover SUV that belongs in the premium category, right in the middle of the Volvo lineup. It is available in three trim levels: Momentum (starting at $39,800); R-Design (starting at $46,650); and Inscription (starting at $47,150).
The XC60 comes with a choice of four powertrains: T5 FWD (250 hp/258 lb-ft of torque); T5 AWD; T6 (316 hp/295 lb-ft of torque); and T8 eAWD Plug-in Hybrid (400 hp/472 lb-ft of torque). Each uses a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine, which is turbocharged in the T5; turbocharged and supercharged in T6 and T8. T8 adds an 87-hp electric motor to the package, capable of 17 miles of EV range. Presented in alphabetical order by brand, here are 10 Volvo XC60 competitors to consider.