Cruise control. Dual-zone climate-control (which lets you set different temperatures for each side of the cabin). A reversing camera, and rear parking sensors.
Windscreen wipers that operate automatically when it rains.
Daytime running lights, and turn indicators, illuminated by long-lasting LEDs.
A multimedia system with a seven-inch colour screen, an AM/FM radio, a CD/DVD player, and internet connectivity. Bluetooth connectivity for phone calls and audio streaming, and Auxiliary and USB input sockets. Satellite navigation.
Connected Service Booking, which can transmit vehicle information to a service centre for scheduling routine maintenance.
Controls for the multimedia system on a leather-trimmed steering wheel that is adjustable for height and reach. Leather trimmed seats, with a power-adjustable seat for the driver that can remember your setting (making it easy to restore after a companion has driven the car).
Wheels made from aluminium alloy, which are usually lighter and better looking than the steel wheels with plastic covers found on some lower priced cars. A skinny space-saver spare wheel and tyre.
Low-speed autonomous emergency braking. Called City Safety, the laser-based system works at speeds up to 50km/h to alert you, and if necessary brake the car automatically, should you be in danger of rear-ending a car in front.
Six airbags: two directly in front of the driver and passenger; one on the outer side of each front occupant to protect the upper body; and airbags on each side to protect the heads of front and outer-rear occupants.
Electronic stability control, which can help you control a skidding car. All new cars must have this feature.
Every Volvo S60 carries a three-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.