Crash Test: Volvo S60

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Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Crash Test: 2005 Volvo S60 Subtle restyling produces a cleaner appearance front and rear, thanks to body color trim, redesigned lights, and new wheel selections. Models with turbocharged engines can be equipped with an optional Sport Body package for a racier look, and the S60 R's Four-C active chassis is available on turbo models, too. The S60 T5 gets a power boost to 260 horsepower, and is endowed with the same six-speed manual transmission from the S60 R. Inside, a redesigned center console with better cupholders and storage areas is added, and the traditionally superior seats are redesigned for even more comfort and support. Later in the model year, Volvo's new Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) will be available. BLIS monitors the S60's blind spots and sounds a warning if you signal and another vehicle is in the lane next to you.