Volvo 2014, V60, 2012, S60 User manual

Volvo 2014, V60, 2012, S60 User manual
VOLVO S60 & V60
DRIV
Supplement to owner's manual
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DRIVe
About this supplement
This publication
These operating instructions are a supplementary addition to the normal owner's manual for
the car.
Volvo reserves the right to make modifications
without prior notice.
© Volvo Car Corporation
The supplement covers the differences
between the normal manual's description of
this car model and the DRIVe functions in the
car in question.
In the event of uncertainty over any of the car's
functions:
•
First refer to the normal owner's manual for
the car.
For answers to further questions we recommended contact with a distributor or a representative for Volvo Car Corporation.
Internet
The development of environmentally friendly
technologies is continuously evolving and printed information can quickly become obsolete
or out-of-date.
We therefore recommend a visit to Volvo's
website www.volvocars.com - which has the
latest and most up-to-date information about
your car.
Changes
The specifications, design features and illustrations contained in this supplement are not
binding.
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DRIVe
General
Quieter and cleaner
•
Clear the car of unnecessary items - the
more load and higher weight, the higher the
fuel consumption.
•
If the car is equipped with an engine block
heater, always use it before cold starting it lowers consumption and reduces emissions.
•
•
Drive smoothly and avoid sudden braking.
Aerodynamics
The DRIVe concept can include a lowered
chassis. There are also front and rear spoilers1 with low wind resistance, as well as specially developed wheel rims1.
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•
Use engine braking to slow down.
•
Maintain the car regularly - follow Volvo's
recommended service intervals.
Adapted power steering
Another DRIVe function is that the power steering's energy take-off is adapted according to
requirements. By means of optimisation and
the introduction of an energy saving function
the energy take-off can be minimised on occasions where power assistance (help in turning
the steering wheel) is not necessary.
Environmental care is one of Volvo Car Corporation's core values which guides all our activities. This target orientation has resulted in the
vehicle series DRIVe, the concept of which
involves the interaction of several separate
energy-saving functions, with the collective
task of reducing fuel consumption, which in
turn helps to reduce exhaust emissions.
Here is some advice that reduces fuel consumption without the need to increase travelling time, or reduce the pleasure of driving.
Examples of energy-saving functions are
Smart charging, Adapted power steering and
Aerodynamics.
•
Cars with the DRIVe engine and 6-speed
manual transmission are started in 2nd
gear under normal conditions on level
ground.
Smart charging
•
Space box and load carriers result in higher
wind resistance, which increases fuel consumption - remove them immediately after
use.
•
Drive with the correct air pressure in the
tyres (see the section, Wheels and tyres on
page 4).
The car's kinetic energy is used during engine
braking by means of it being converted into
electrical current and stored in the car's battery.
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2
Environment and economy tips
The range varies depending on the car model and market.
Drive in the highest possible gear - lower
engine speeds result in lower fuel consumption.
High speed increases consumption significantly due to increased wind resistance twice the speed increases wind resistance
four times.
DRIVe
Specifications
Engine
A
Engine designationA
D4162T
For checking the level/topping up - see the
normal owner's manual, section "Maintenance
and service"/"Checking the engine oil".
Output (kW/rpm)
84/3600
Coolant
Output (hp/rpm)
Torque (Nm/rpm)
Consumption and emissions3
S60
A
5,1
134
115/3600
Use coolant with corrosion inhibitor mixed with
water2 (see the instructions on the packaging).
B
3,9
103
270/1750-2500
Volume: 10.5 litres.
C
4.3
114
No. of cylinders
4
The thermostat opens at: 82 °C.
Bore (mm)
75
Gearbox
Stroke (mm)
88.3
MMT6, manual 6 speed.
A
5,2
137
B
4,1
109
C
4.5
119
Swept volume
(litres)
1.56
Compression ratio
16.0:1
Oil grade1: ACEA A5/B5
Viscosity: SAE 5W-30
Prescribed transmission fluid: BOT 350 M3.
Volume: 1.65 litres.
The engine type designation, component and serial numbers
can be read on the engine, for location see the normal
owner's manual.
Engine oil
V60
Table contents
: Consumption (litres/100 km)
: Emissions of carbon dioxide (g/km)
A = city driving
B = driving on main roads
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2
3
When driving under adverse conditions, use ACEA A5/B5 SAE 0W-30.
Water quality must fulfil the standard STD 1285.1.
Official fuel consumption figures are based on two standardised driving cycles in a laboratory environment ("EU driving cycles") all in accordance with EU Directive 80/1268/EEC (Euro 4), EU Regulation
no 692/2008 (Euro 5) and UN ECE Regulation No. 101. The regulations cover the driving cycles for urban driving and extra-urban driving. - Urban driving - the measurement starts with cold starting
the engine. The driving is simulated. - Extra-urban driving - the car is accelerated and braked at speeds between 0-120 km/h. The driving is simulated. - Cars with the DRIVe engine and 6-speed
manual transmission are started in 2nd gear. The value for mixed driving, which is given in the table, according to legislation, is a combination of urban driving and extra-urban driving. CO2 emission
- to calculate the carbon dioxide emissions from the two drive cycles, the exhaust gases are collected. These are then analysed and give the value for CO2 emissions.
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DRIVe
Specifications
C = combined driving
factory are recommended - they are designed
for low fuel consumption.
Trailer
The following dimensions generally provide a
slightly lower consumption than wider variants.
Max.
weight
(kg)
Braked
trailer
Unbraked
trailer
S60
1300
750
V60
1300
750
Towball load
75
50
NOTE
Towing trailers with heavy loads on steep
inclines and at high altitudes involves higher
fuel consumption and higher emissions.
Wheels & tyres
An important detail in connection with environmentally-conscious driving is to use the right
type of tyres and to drive with the correct air
pressure inside them.
Dimensions
When fitting new tyres, the same type and
brand as the car was equipped with from the
4
4
The pressure that is recommended for maximum load.
S60
V60
205/60-16
205/60-16
Air pressure
Inadequate tyre pressure increases fuel consumption. For this reason, check the pressure
in the tyres regularly.
By using so-called ECO pressure4 fuel consumption is minimised. A certain impact on ride
comfort, road noise and steering characteristics may be experienced, but this does not
affect safety.
See the decal with the recommended tyre
pressure adjacent to the driver's door pillar.
Battery charging
Driving in an environmentally way also includes
energy conservation - just like at home.
The more consumers there are that are
switched on in the car (stereo, electric heating
in windows, mirrors and seats, very cold air
from the climate control system, etc.) the more
the electrical current that needs to be generated to recharge the battery.
NOTE
The higher the power takeoff in the vehicle,
the more the starter battery has to be
charged = Higher fuel consumption.
VOLVO S60 & V60
DRIV
Supplement to owner's manual
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