Volvo XC90 2015-2022 Owners Manual / Seats and steering wheel / Power front seats

Volvo XC90: Seats and steering wheel / Power front seats

(Option/accessory)

The front seats can be adjusted in a number of different ways to help enhance your seating comfort. The power seat can be moved forward/backward and up/down. The height and length* of the seat cushion and the tilt of the backrest can be adjusted. Lumbar support * can be adjusted up, down, forward and backward.1

The seats can be adjusted when the engine is running and for a certain period of time after the door has been unlocked without the engine running. They can also be adjusted for a short period after the engine is turned off.

CAUTION

The power seats have an overload protector that is triggered if a seat is blocked by any object. If this occurs, remove the object and attempt to adjust the seat again.

1 Applies for four-way lumbar support*. Two-way lumbar support* is adjusted forward/rearward.

* Option/accessory.

    Manual front seats

    The front seats can be adjusted in a number of different ways to help enhance your seating comfort. Raise/lower the front edge of the seat cushion* by moving the control up/down...

    Adjusting the power * front seats

    (Option/accessory) Set the desired seating position using the controls on the front seat cushion. To set the convenience functions, turn the multifunction control1 upward/downward...

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