The New 2022 Volvo XC60 is Now Available in Lafayette


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Small SUVs are practical vehicles that often aren’t very stylish. Luckily, Volvo places equal emphasis on the style and functionality of their vehicles, and it’s why their model XC60 is turning heads in Lafayette. With broad exterior features, an impressive interior, and a host of technology, this small crossover oozes style wherever it goes.

What’s new in the 2022 Volvo XC60

For years, the XC60 has had two gas powertrains, the T5 and T6. But this year, Volvo has opted to replace the T5 and T6 with the B5 and B6 mild-hybrid engines instead. 

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Start Your Car Shopping Online and Save Time at the Dealership

Luxury car drivers in Lafayette, LA, can explore and shop for a new Volvo vehicle from the comfort of home. All that’s required an internet connection to start browsing new Volvo inventory at Giles Volvo Cars. Compare available vehicles at our dealership and sort by trim, features, powertrains, and more. Connect with a sales team member at our dealership through our website to answer your questions, schedule a test drive, finalize your purchase, and arrange home delivery.

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What is a Mild Hybrid Vehicle from Volvo?

The new Volvo Mild Hybrid System (MHEV) at Giles Volvo Cars in Lafayette is the Volvo Cars approach to reaching a carbon-neutral future. MHEV vehicles have internal combustion engines (ICE) that work with the battery, provide better fuel efficiency, and reduce emissions. Please continue reading for details about Volvo MHEVs, how they work, and which Volvo models are MHEVs. When you have more information about mild hybrids, the more likely it will be to select a model that suits your lifestyle in New Iberia.

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Volvo's Mild Hybrid vs. Recharge Hybrid Vehicles What's the difference?

With Volvo starting to use their new B-series of engines, they now have two separate hybrid powertrains, the Mild hybrid and the Recharge hybrid. The difference between these two engines is that mild hybrid's use fuel, whereas recharge hybrids require fuel and electricity to keep the engine running. This article will compare these two engine types so customers like yourself can be well informed.

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