If you’ve read anything about this car before now, one of the first things every writer mentions is the fact this is the first volume-produced car manufactured in China to be offered in the United States. Of course, it is also the first long wheelbase Volvo S60 offered in the United States.
Having been on sale in China for some time, the 2016 Volvo S60 Inscription is for all intents and purposes the very same S60 sedan we’ve admired here, with one critical difference—three additional inches of rear seat legroom. And while three inches doesn’t sound like much in this context, it is the difference between a useful back seat and a useless one. With those three inches, the 2016 Volvo S60 Inscription becomes a truly viable mid-size family luxury sedan (as well as an executive express—as it is in China).
One with graceful styling, exceptional poise, and of course, Volvo’s legendary safety quotient.
Now, should you be overly concerned the car was built in a factory in China? Well, take a look around you; pick up the first manufactured object your eye falls upon and read the “made in” label. Odds are very strong it too, was made in China.
So see? It’s cool; you’ll be all right.
Go ahead, read on.