Volvo XC90 2015-2021 Owners Manual / Safety

Volvo XC90: Safety

Safety

The vehicle is equipped with a number of safety systems that work together to help protect the vehicle's driver and passengers in the event of an accident.

The vehicle is equipped with a number of sensors that may react in the event of an accident and activate different safety systems, such as the airbag system and seat belt tensioners. Depending on the specific conditions of the accident, e.g. collisions at certain angles, over- turning or swerving, the systems react differently to help provide good protection.

There are also mechanical safety systems such as the Whiplash Protection System. The vehicle is also built so that a large part of the force of a collision is distributed to the vehicle's members, pillars, floor, roof and other parts of the body.

After an accident, the vehicle's safety mode may be activated if any important function in the vehicle has been damaged.

Warning symbol in the instrument panel

Volvo XC90. SAFETY The warning symbol in the instrument panel illuminates when the vehicle's electrical system is in ignition mode II. The symbol will go out after approx. 6 seconds if no faults are detected in the vehicle's safety systems.

WARNING

If the warning symbol remains illuminated or switches on while driving and the message SRS airbag Service urgent Drive to workshop is displayed in the instrument panel, this indicates that something in the safety system is not functioning properly. Volvo recommends contacting an authorized Volvo workshop for repairs as soon as possible.

WARNING Never attempt to alter or repair any of the vehicle's safety systems yourself. Incorrectly performed repairs to any system could impair function and lead to serious injury. Volvo recommends contacting an authorized Volvo workshop.

If this dedicated warning symbol is not functioning, the general warning symbol will illuminate instead and the same message will be displayed in the instrument panel.

Driver distraction

A driver has a responsibility to do everything possible to ensure his or her own safety and the safety of passengers in the vehicle and others sharing the roadway...

Safety during pregnancy

It is important that seat belts are worn correctly during pregnancy and that pregnant drivers adjust their seating position accordingly. Seat belt The seat belt should fit closely against the shoulder, with the diagonal section between the breasts and to the side of the stomach...

Other information:

Volvo XC90 2015-2021 Owners Manual: Deactivating Adaptive Cruise Control


(Depending on market, this function can be either standard or optional.) Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC2) can be deactivated and switched off. Press the button on the steering wheel (1). The symbol and markings turn gray – Adaptive Cruise Control goes into standby mode...

Volvo XC90 2015-2021 Owners Manual: Folding the third row backrests


(Option/accessory) The third row has two individual seats. These can be folded down separately. CAUTION To fold down the third-row seat backrests, it may be necessary to change the position/tilt the seats in the second row. Pull the handle on the upper side of the backrest upward/forward...

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