I have not spent much time driving my car yet (only 56miles on the clock and I have spent more time on washing and detailing it = 5.5 hours, lol) but am loving it. My recent cars before the V60CC were a M, AMG and Mini Cooper, and this is my third Volvo wagon.
First things that I turned OFF as soon as I got the keys:
Auto start/ stop - it is actually very smooth. I did not even think it was on.
Heads-up display - not a big fan of it, especially at night. It came with the Advanced Package.
I am loving:
Cargo space - finally back to a wagon! Weekends will be a lot more fun.
Good rear leg room - not for me but my friends were amazed.
Super smooth, plush ride quality. All of a sudden, all the roads in my area feel brand new and the best in the world.
Birch Light Paint - it is an interesting paint. The color changes slightly dependent upon the lighting. light green, grey, beige, etc. My friends love it.
High quality leather seats - super comfortable as expected from Volvo.
Interior design - LOVE IT. My friends were drooling all over the interior, lol
Adaptive headlight and cornering light - sweet!!
Variable power steering - when I drove off during my first test drive, the steering felt so light that I thought that the steering wheel was loose on the column, lol. but it got heavier progressively as I sped up.
BLIS - works great. I have my side view mirrors set up for the blind spots. As soon as I see a car in the mirror, BLIS lights up. I can now adjust the mirrors for different spots.
360 birds eye - unbelievable. full stop.
Progressive powerful brakes.
The steering wheel was a little thicker.
There was more lateral support on the seat (bottom). Maybe I am too skinny, lol
The LED headlights were a little brighter - seem dimmer compared to what I am used to.
There was a little more bass in the standard audio system - but the standard system is not bad at all.
There were more individual options outside expensive packages - seats in maroon, styling kit, wheels in more different designs, Bursting Blue paint, Door puddle light (man, it is dark down there).
Every car is set up differently. It 'feels' like the pedals are offset slightly to the left. I just need to get used to this new configuration.
Severe reflection on the windshield - I can see the whole dashboard on the windshield when I have the sun in front of or above me. I have never experienced this with any other cars and I did not notice this during my test drive. - Polarized glasses have solved this issue
Headlight fogging while washing - shall see if this happens in rain.
The front doors are not aligned with the rear door quite well. At the bottom, the rear end of the front doors sits wider than the front end of the door by ~3mm (1/8").
The last two have been reported to my dealer.
When I take off slowly (still babying my car at less than 200 miles on the clock), it feels like the rear end is fish tailing until I reach 30mph or so.
Polestar upgrade - I am still babying my car so I do not know what I am missing at this point but I have seen some good reviews on this kit.
Styling kit - Side sills only. I think those would complete the exterior design on the CC.
Happy motoring, folks. Be safe out there.