How Long Can the Volvo XC60 Last?

If you're a car shopper who prefers to think long-term, one of the first questions you should ask yourself is how long does a vehicle last. Getting value out of your purchase is paramount, so when you're investing the kind of money that buying a vehicle involves, it's important to stick with a brand that will stick with you.

Age

That brand is Volvo, and on average, their vehicles' lifespan lasts a whopping 19.7 years.

Driving Habits

Of course, this figure varies based on driving habits. The new Volvo XC60 is a high quality compact SUV that is built to endure the toughest roads. However, if you drive it like your hair is on fire and neglect its routine maintenance, your vehicle won't last you as long as if you would if you drive normally get your regularly scheduled service.

Mileage

It's also important to note that time and driving habits aren't the only factors at play in terms of the Volvo XC60's lifespan. Mileage matters, and you can expect to get roughly 200,000 miles out of your Volvo before needing to upgrade.

Fortunately, Volvo customers are well known for their proactive nature in getting their vehicle serviced, so many customers can hit that 200,000-mile plateau. So many do that the company created the Volvo High Mileage Club to reward loyal Volvo owner for their willingness to take care of their vehicle.

The club lets you earn milestone medals for consecutive years of ownership and for hitting certain mileage markers, beginning at 100,000 and going up to 1,000,000 miles. In fact, the Guinness World Record for the highest mileage vehicle in history belongs to a Volvo; a 1966 Volvo 1800S.

It just goes to show that if you treat your car right, it will take care of you.

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