Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid Cars In Florida

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New 2020 Volvo S60 T5 Momentum Sedan for Sale in Tampa, FLThe popular Volvo S60 sedan now has a new form of propulsion — the Mild Hybrid System developed by Volvo Cars. And it's now available on the Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid for sale. What is a Mild Hybrid, you ask? Well, a Mild Hybrid is a new class of electric car that combines an internal combustion engine, an electric motor, a 48-volt battery, and a 12-volt/48-volt converter to propel you down the road. The electric motor is a starter and a generator that stores energy from braking in the 48-volt battery then uses that energy to power various systems and enable better acceleration.

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Standout Style

The new Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid for sale is designed to set herself apart with sculpted shapes and striking proportions while being aerodynamically efficient to improve fuel economy and maximize battery performance. Bridging the exterior with the interior is an open-and-tilt panoramic roof that blurs the lines between the fresh air outside and the purified air inside. Open yourself up to a world of possibilities with the new Volvo Mild Hybrid in South Florida.

New Levels of Performance

The Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid for sale is engineered to deliver a driving experience that is precise, refined, and relaxed. The advanced chassis provides a smooth trip down the highway while still offering sharp reactions for a responsive drive. A head-up display on the windshield provides turn-by-turn navigation, vehicle speed, incoming calls, and more while allowing you to keep your eyes on the road ahead.

Cabin Amenities

Tired of the mess of cables and wires? Not only are they unsightly, but they're also a hassle. Those tangled days are a thing of the past, thanks to the dedicated smartphone storage space with wireless charging for your compatible device. Keep your phone fully charged while you drive with this clutter-free convenience. And you'll want to bring your smartphone along for the ride to enjoy the seamless connectivity with the Apple CarPlay® on the center screen.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the MPGe of the Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid?

The fuel economy of the new 2022 Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid for sale varies depending on the powertrain you select. The Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid B5 FWD Momentum delivers an EPA-estimated 26/35/30 MPGe1 (City/Highway/Combined). The Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid does not have a pure-electric mode, so there is no electric range information. If you opt for a B5 AWD Inscription, you can enjoy the handling performance of AWD and a slightly reduced EPA-estimated 25/33/28 MPGe.1 Schedule your test drive in a Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid today.

Is the Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid a PHEV or HEV?

PHEV stands for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle and, as you might guess, HEV stands for Hybrid Electric Vehicle. The difference between HEVs and PHEVs is that a PHEV can travel on electric power alone. The new Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid for sale does not plug in or offer a pure electric mode. The S60 Mild Hybrid is only propelled by the internal combustion engine, similar to an HEV. HEVs rely on regenerative braking to charge the battery, while plug-in hybrid cars and SUVs connect to a power grid to charge the battery.

What is a Mild Hybrid?

The Volvo S60 Mild Hybrid for sale is a new class of hybrid car for sale. This new hybrid design combines an internal combustion engine with a 48-volt battery, a 12-volt/48-volt converter, and an electric motor to power your vehicle and systems, as well as propel you down the road. The electric motor is both a starter for the engine and a generator to store energy in the 48-volt battery that comes from regenerative braking. A Mild Hybrid is equipped with a smaller battery than a plug-in hybrid and does not offer a pure-electric range.

1*This is a hybrid plug in vehicle. Since electricity is not measured in gallons, a conversion factor is used to translate the fuel economy into miles per gallon of gasoline equivalent (MPGe). Use for comparison purposes only. Your MPGe will vary for many reasons, including but not limited to, driving conditions, how and where you drive, how you maintain your vehicle battery-package/condition, and other factors. For more information, including information on MPGe, see