4. Let There be Heat!
Ok, so the car is fine in stupid-cold weather, but the occupants are not. Good news, the cabin doesn’t stay that cold for long. Unlike some vehicles that hail from countries unaccustomed to frigid conditions, the Swedes know what real cold is like and have developed a climate control system that makes short work of it.
Within minutes, the S60 would begin blowing warm air into the cabin and full heat was reached shortly there afterwards. Some test vehicles we have sampled this unusually cold winter have took upwards of 15-20 minutes to heat up inside. We were turning the S60’s climate control down by that time.