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Provide absolute conformity with the lifestyle of customers, Volvo S60 has been named international Sedan in 2011. Recently, the company’s North American branch has officially received awards the Volvo sedan at the 2011 International Exhibition in New York. The award by the Council of International Truck of the Year (ICOTY) award to the vote and Volvo S60. Basically, the Volvo S60 sport sedan is rated as the best segment “provides absolute conformity with the lifestyle of our customers”.
In the U.S. market, the company decided to introduce Volvo S60 T5 version with prices to match lower consumer demand. Provide strength to the Volvo S60 T5 is a block turbocharged, 2.5-liter capacity, capacity to produce 250 horsepower. In terms of performance, the Volvo S60 T5 can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 6.8 seconds and fuel consumption of 11.7 km lit/100 lit/100 inner city and 7.8 km highway, as calculated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA.
“With the ability to connect with the customer’s lifestyle, both emotionally and rationally, worthy Volvo S60 Sedan received an international award for 2011″, said Doug Speck, president and CEO of Volvo North America, said upon his receipt. “Owning the safety of advanced technology, design style characterized Scandinavia and drive system fuel efficiency, S60 is a car clearly marked a turning point for the company Volvo”.
ICOTY Council includes many famous names in the village car world as Mike Martine (director of Bridgestone USA), James Bell (market analyst and president Motor Press Guild), Joe Wiesenfelder (high-editor level of Cars.com), Denise McCluggage (AutoWeek collaborator) and BJ Killee (editors test drive at Drivers Talk Radio). “ICOTY awards based on the level of a model compatible with the lifestyle rather than design or structural engineering”, said Courtney Caldwell, ICOTY representative, said.