Volvo XC90: Activating and deactivating Low Speed Control using the function button - STARTING AND DRIVINGVolvo XC90: Activating and deactivating Low Speed Control using the function button

(Option/accessory.)

There is a function button for driving at low speeds with Hill Descent Control in the center display's Function view if the vehicle is not equipped with a drive mode control in the tunnel console.

Selecting Low Speed Control in the center display's Function view

  • Tap the Hill Descent Control button to activate or deactivate the function.

    Volvo XC90. Activating and deactivating Low Speed Control using the function button

    • An indicator light in the button will illuminate when the function is activated.

When the engine is switched off, the function will be automatically deactivated.

NOTE

The function is deactivated when driving at high speeds and must be reactivated at lower speeds if so desired.

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