LOADING AND STORAGE. Volvo 2019 Early, S60

LOADING AND STORAGE. Volvo 2019 Early, S60

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Storage spaces

The following is an overview of the storage compartments in the passenger compartment.

Compartment in door panel

Storage pocket on the front edge of the front seat cushions

Glove compartment (p. 137)

Storage compartment

Storage compartment (p. 136), 12-volt socket (p. 136) and AUX input/USB con-

nector

Rear seat cup holders

Storage pocket

Related information

Vanity mirror (p. 137)

12-volt socket in the trunk

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(p. 137)

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* Option/accessory.

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Tunnel console

The tunnel console is located between the front seats.

Tunnel console – 12-volt sockets

The electrical sockets can be used for 12-volt accessories such as cell phone chargers and coolers. For the socket to supply current, the

ignition must be in at least mode

I

(p. 74). The

sockets are located between the cup holders in the tunnel console and on the rear side of the

tunnel console (p. 136) for rear seat passen-

gers.

Storage compartment (for CDs, etc.) under armrest, AUX input/USB connector.

Includes cup holder for driver and passenger,

12-volt socket (p. 136) and a small storage

compartment.

Related information

Storage spaces (p. 134)

12-volt socket in the front tunnel console

12-volt socket in the rear center console

The maximum current consumption is 10A

(120W) if only one of the 12-volt sockets in the passenger compartment is in use. If both the front and rear sockets are used at the same time, the maximum current consumption per socket is

7.5A (90W).

The auxiliary sockets can also be used to power a cigarette lighter. Accessory cigarette lighters and ashtrays can be purchased from your Volvo retailer.

WARNING

Always keep the sockets covered when not in use.

Related information

Storage spaces (p. 134)

12-volt socket in the trunk

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(p. 137)

* Option/accessory.

Glove compartment

The glove compartment provides a lockable storage compartment for small items.

Vanity mirror

The vanity mirrors are located on the upper side of the sun visors.

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12-volt socket in the trunk

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This 12-volt socket can be used e.g., to connect the tire sealing system's compressor (certain models) and other 12-volt accessories.

The owner's manual and maps can be kept here.

There are also holders for pens and fuel cards.

The glove compartment can be locked manually

with the key blade, see Locking/unlocking – glove compartment (p. 160).

Related information

Storage spaces (p. 134)

Vanity mirror with lighting

The light comes on automatically when the cover is lifted.

Related information

Storage spaces (p. 134)

Bulbs – vanity mirror lighting (p. 341)

Fold down the cover to access the electrical socket.

NOTE

The 12-volt socket in the trunk provides electrical current even when the ignition is switched off. Using the socket while the engine is not running will drain the battery.

Related information

Storage spaces (p. 134)

Tunnel console – 12-volt sockets (p. 136)

* Option/accessory.

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Loading – general

The load carrying capacity of your vehicle is determined by factors such as the number of passengers, the amount of cargo, the weight of any accessories that may be installed, etc.

To increase loading space, the rear seat back-

rests can be folded down, see Rear seats – folding backrest (p. 81).

When loading the trunk, keep the following in mind:

The trunk lid can be unlocked an popped open slightly via the button located

on the lighting panel, see Locking/ unlocking – trunk (p. 160).

Load objects in the trunk against the backrest whenever possible.

Unstable loads can be secured to the load anchoring eyelets with straps or web lashings to help keep them from shifting.

Stop the engine and apply the parking brake when loading or unloading long objects. The gear selector can be knocked out of position by long loads, which could set the vehicle in motion.

WARNING

Stop the engine, put the gear selector in

P

, and apply the parking brake when loading or unloading long objects.

The vehicle's driving characteristics may change depending on the weight and distribution of the load.

A 44-pound (20 kg) object produces a force of 2,200 pounds (1,000 kg) in a head-on collision at 30 mph (50 km/h).

The rear seat should not be loaded to a level higher than 2 in. (5 cm) below the upper edge of the rear side windows.

Objects placed higher than this level could impede the function of the Volvo

Inflatable Curtain.

Related information

Load anchoring eyelets (p. 140)

Loading – roof load carriers (p. 139)

Ski hatch

There is a hatch in the right section of the rear seat backrest that can be opened for transporting long objects.

Fold the right backrest forward.

Release the hatch in the rear seat backrest by sliding the catch up while folding the hatch forward.

Return the backrest to the upright position with the hatch open.

Use the seat belt to prevent the load from moving.

WARNING

Always secure the load to help prevent it from moving in the event of sudden braking.

Switch off the engine, apply the parking brake and put the gear selector in

P when loading and unloading the vehicle.

The cover on the rear seat armrest/child seat has no hinge. The cover must be removed before the ski hatch is used.

Removal:

Open the cover 30 degrees and lift straight up.

Installation:

Insert the cover in the grooves behind the upholstery and close the cover.

Related information

Loading – general (p. 138)

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Loading – roof load carriers

Using load carriers

Load carriers are available as Volvo accessories.

Observe the following points when in use:

To avoid damaging your vehicle and to achieve maximum safety when driving, we recommend using the load carriers that Volvo has developed especially for your vehicle.

Volvo-approved removable roof racks are designed to carry the maximum allowable roof load for this vehicle: 220 lbs (100 kg).

For non-Volvo roof racks, check the manufacturer's weight limits for the rack.

Never exceed the rack manufacturer's weigh limits and never exceed the maximum rated roof load of 220 lbs (100 kg).

Avoid single-point loads. Distribute loads evenly.

Place heavier cargo at the bottom of the load.

Secure the cargo correctly with appropriate tie-down equipment.

Check periodically that the load carriers and load are properly secured.

Remember that the vehicle's center of gravity and handling change when you carry a load on the roof.

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The vehicle's wind resistance and fuel consumption will increase with the size of the load.

Drive smoothly. Avoid rapid starts, fast cornering and hard braking.

Related information

Loading – general (p. 138)

Load anchoring eyelets (p. 140)

Load anchoring eyelets

The load anchoring eyelets on both sides of the vehicle are used to fasten straps, etc., to help anchor items in the trunk.

WARNING

The two upper hooks shown in the illustration are for holding grocery bags only. They are not

intended for anchoring heavy objects.

WARNING

Cover sharp edges on long loads to help prevent injury to occupants. Secure the load to help prevent shifting during sudden stops.

Always secure large and heavy objects with a seat belt or cargo retaining straps.

Always secure the load to help prevent it from moving in the event of sudden stops.

Switch off the engine, apply the parking brake and put the gear selector in

P when loading and unloading the vehicle.

Related information

Loading – general (p. 138)

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Grocery bag holder

The grocery bag holder holds shopping bags in place.

Grocery bag holder under the floor of the trunk

The grocery bag holder holds shopping bags in place.

1. Open the hatch in the floor of the trunk.

2. Secure the shopping bags with the strap.

Related information

Loading – general (p. 138)

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