Volvo V60 2021-2023 User Manual
From 2021 to 2023, the Volvo V60 is the best luxury car on the market. The Volvo V60 is a great example of how committed Volvo is to safety, performance, and the environment. It has an elegant Scandinavian style, cutting-edge technology, and a lot of different uses. This small luxury car not only looks great, but it also has a variety of powertrains, such as gasoline, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid, so it can be driven by many different types of people. The V60’s performance, comfort, and well-thought-out internal design make it a joy to drive, whether you’re driving through busy city streets or going on an exciting road trip. Volvo cares about safety more than just how it looks and drives. It has a suite of high-tech features that give you peace of mind on every trip. As the car industry moves forward, the V60 stays at the top, showing how tradition and new ideas can work well together. In this in-depth look, we get into the details of this unique car, finding out about its unique features, technology advances, and the fun it is to drive.
Owner’s information is available in several different product formats, both digital and printed. The owner’s manual is available in the car’s centre display, as a mobile app and on the Volvo Cars support site. There is a Quick Guide and a supplement to the owner’s manual available in the glovebox, with specifications and fuse information, amongst other things. A printed owner’s manual can be ordered.
The car’s centre display1
In the centre display, drag down the top view and tap on Owner’s manual. Available here are options for visual navigation with exterior and interior images of the car. The information is searchable and is also divided into categories.
In App Store or Google Play, search for “Volvo Manual”, download the app to your smartphone or tablet and select the car. Available in the app are video tutorials and options for visual navigation with exterior and interior images of the car. The content is searchable, and the various sections are designed to facilitate navigation.
Volvo Cars support site
Go to volvocars.com/support and select your country. Here you can find owner’s manuals, both online and in PDF format. On the Volvo Cars support site there are also video tutorials and further information and help regarding your Volvo and your car ownership. The page is available for most markets.
There is a supplement to the owner’s manual1 in the glove box that contains information on fuses and specifications, as well as a summary of important and practical information. There is also a Quick Guide available in printed format that helps you to get started with the most commonly used functions in the car. Depending on the equipment level selected, market, etc. additional owner’s information may also be available in printed format in the car. A printed owner’s manual and associated supplement can be ordered. Contact a Volvo dealer to order.
The driver is always responsible that the vehicle is driven safely in traffic and that applicable laws and regulations are followed. It is also important that the car is maintained and handled in accordance with Volvo’s recommendations in the owner’s information. If there should be a difference between the information in the centre display and the printed information then it is always the printed information that applies.
Changing the language in the centre display may mean that some owners’ information is not compliant with national or local laws and regulations. Do not switch to a language that is difficult to understand as this may make it difficult to find your way back through the screen structure.
- Owner’s manual in the centre display
- Owner’s Manual in mobile devices
- Volvo Cars support site
- Reading the owner’s manual
Owner’s manual in the centre display
A digital2 version of the owner’s manual is available in the car’s centre display.
The digital owner’s manual can be accessed from the top view, and in some cases, the con-textual owner’s manual can also be accessed from the top view.
The digital owner’s manual is not available while driving.
Contextual owner’s manual
Top view with a button for contextual owner’s manual.
The contextual owner’s manual is a shortcut to an article in the owner’s manual that describes the active function shown on the screen. When the contextual owner’s manual is availa-ble, it is shown to the right of the Owner’s manual in the top view. Tapping on the contextual owner’s manual, therefore, opens an article in the owner’s manual that is related to the content that is shown on the screen. E.g. tap on Navigation Manual – an article that is related to navigation opens. This only applies to some of the apps in the car. For downloaded third-party apps, for example, it is not possible to access app-specific articles.
Volvo Cars support site
More information on your car is available on the Volvo Cars website and support site.
Support on the Internet
Go to volvocars.com/support to visit the site. The support site is available for most markets.
It contains support for functions such as web-based services and functions, Volvo On Call*, the navigation system* and apps. Videos and step-by-step instructions explain different pro-cedures, e.g. how to connect the car to the Internet via a mobile phone.
For cars equipped with Sensus Navigation, there is the facility to download maps from the support page.
Owner’s manuals as PDF
Owner’s manuals are available for download in PDF format. Select car model and model year to download the manual as required.
The support site contains contact details to customer support and your nearest Volvo retailer.
Create a Volvo ID on the Volvo Cars website
Create a personal Volvo ID and manage it on volvocars.com.
It is not intended that the decals illustrated in the owner’s manual should be exact replicas of those in the car. They are included to show their approximate appearance and location in the car. The information that applies to your particular car is available on the respective decals for your car.
Illustrations and video clips
Illustrations and video clips used in the owner’s manual are sometimes schematic and are intended to provide an overall picture or example of a certain function. They may deviate from the car’s appearance depending on equipment level and market.
Volvo ID is a personal ID that gives access to a wide range of services via a single username and password.
The services available may vary over time and depend on equipment level and market.
Examples of services:
- Volvo On Call app* – check the car with your phone. For example, you can check the fuel level, show the nearest petrol station and lock the car remotely.
- Send to Car – send addresses from map services on the Web, directly to the car.
- Book service and repair – register a work-shop/dealer and book a service directly from the car.
Create a Volvo ID with the Volvo On Call app4
- Download the latest version of the Volvo On Call app to the phone5.
- Select to create Volvo ID.
- The web page for creating a Volvo ID opens. Fill in the requested information.
- Tick the box to accept the terms and conditions.
- Press the button that creates your Volvo ID.
- An e-mail message is sent to the address given. Click on the link in the e-mail message to activate Volvo ID.
> Now the Volvo ID is ready to use.
Since a large part of a car’s total environmental impact stems from its use, the emphasis of Volvo Cars’ environmental work is on reducing fuel consumption, carbon dioxide emissions and other air pollutants. Volvo cars have competitive fuel consumption in each of their respective classes. Lower fuel consumption generally results in lower emission of the greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide.
Contributing to a better environment
An energy-efficient and economical car can contribute to reduced environmental impact and also involve reduced costs for the owner of the car. As the driver, it is easy to reduce fuel consumption and thereby save money and contribute to a better environment – here is some advice:
- Plan for an effective average speed. Speeds above approx. 80 km/h (approx. 50 mph) and below 50 km/h (approx. 30 mph) lead to increased energy con-sumption.
- Follow the Service and Warranty Book-let’s recommended intervals for service and maintenance of the car.
- Avoid letting the engine idle – switch off the engine when stationary for longer peri-ods. Pay attention to local regulations.
- Plan the journey – a lot of unnecessary stops and uneven speed contribute to increased fuel consumption.
- Use preconditioning* before starting in cold conditions – it improves starting capacity and reduces wear in cold weather. The engine reaches normal oper-ating temperature more quickly, which decreases consumption and reduces emissions.
The material used in the interior of a Volvo is carefully selected and has been tested in order to be pleasant and comfortable. Some of the details are hand-made, such as the seams of the steering wheel that are sewn by hand. The interior is monitored in order not to emit strong odours or substances that cause discomfort in the event of e.g. high heat and bright light.
Volvo workshops and the environment
Regular maintenance creates conditions for long service life and low fuel consumption for your car. In this way, you also contribute to a cleaner environment. When Volvo’s workshops are entrusted with the service and maintenance of your car it becomes part of Volvo’s system. Volvo makes clear demands regarding the way in which workshop premises shall be designed in order to prevent spills and discharges into the environment. The workshop staff have the knowledge and the tools required to guarantee good environmental care.
A: The Volvo V60 typically offers a range of powertrains, including gasoline, hybrid, and plug-in hybrid options.
A: The starting price of the Volvo V60 varies depending on the trim level and options, but it typically starts in the mid-$40,000s.
A: Common trim levels for the V60 include Momentum, R-Design, and Inscription, each offering different features and styling.
A: The Volvo V60 typically offers around 50 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seats folded down.
A: The V60 often comes equipped with an automatic transmission, usually an 8-speed automatic.
A: Fuel efficiency varies depending on the engine and drivetrain, but the V60 typically achieves around 22-28 miles per gallon in the city and 31-34 mpg on the highway.
A: Yes, many V60 models come with all-wheel drive (AWD) as an option or standard depending on the trim level.
A: Yes, the V60 often offers hybrid and plug-in hybrid variants, providing improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions.
A: The V60 typically comes equipped with a suite of advanced safety features, including adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, blind-spot monitoring, and automatic emergency braking.
A: Warranty coverage may vary by region, but it typically includes a limited warranty, powertrain warranty, and corrosion protection for a certain number of years or miles.
A: Yes, the V60 is often capable of towing, with towing capacities varying depending on the engine and trim level.
there isn’t an all-electric version of the V60, but Volvo has been expanding its electric vehicle lineup, so it’s worth checking for updates.
Q: Does the V60 offer advanced infotainment and connectivity features?
A: Yes, the V60 typically comes equipped with Volvo’s Sensus infotainment system, offering features like touchscreen displays, smartphone integration, and navigation.
A: The V60 often offers a range of interior color schemes and upholstery materials, including leather and premium cloth.
A: Regular maintenance is crucial to keep your V60 running smoothly. Follow the manufacturer’s recommended service intervals outlined in the owner’s manual, typically every 7,500 to 10,000 miles or as indicated by the vehicle’s maintenance system.