Volvo S60 and V60 Business Edition Lux launched

Volvo upgrades fleet-friendly S60 and V60 trim level with extra kit, priced from £24,545

Volvo has announced a new fleet-targeted trim level upgrade for the S60 saloon and V60 estate. The 'Business Edition Lux' variant adds further equipment and is available to order on both models.

Priced from £24,545 for the S60 and £25,745 for the V60, both variants are expected to add to the model's already strong popularity in the fleet sector. It adds to the existing Business Edition, which comes with autonomous braking, sat-nav, DAB and Bluetooth and dual-zone climate control.

Lux replicates that kit tally but also adds 17-inch Rodinia alloy wheels, leather upholstery, piano black dash inlays, an active information display and a rear parking camera. It baloons the list price by £2,000, but the majority are expected to be leased. 

The Business Edition Lux spec is ready to order now, with the most popular model expected to be the D2 diesel - offering a low Benefit in Kind (BIK) rate of 22 per cent. 

Do you think the new Volvo S60 and V60 Business Edition Lux editions offer value for money? Let us know below...

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