Volvo introduced the compact S60 sedan in 2001. It replaced the boxy S70 and gained popularity as an alternative to the usual European luxury sedans with its Swedish sensibility and artfully rendered aesthetic. Today, those traits continue to define the third-generation S60, which Volvo builds in South Carolina. Four-cylinder engines benefit from turbocharging, supercharging, and electrification, with the plug-in hybrid electric model serving as the performance-tuned variant. Any third-generation S60 supplies a beautifully rendered cabin, sumptuously comfortable seats, and top-of-the-line safety engineering. And if you want a station wagon version, check out the Volvo V60.