Volvo XC90: Leveling control settings - STARTING AND DRIVINGVolvo XC90: Leveling control settings

(Option/accessory.)

Turn off leveling control before lifting the vehicle with a jack to help avoid problems with the pneumatic suspension.

The vehicle can be lowered or raised to make it easier to load or for passengers to get in and out.

Adjusting loading mode

Volvo XC90. Leveling control settings

Use the buttons in the cargo compartment to raise or lower the rear section of the vehicle to facilitate loading or unloading the vehicle or connecting or disconnecting a trailer.

Center display settings

Easy Entry and Exit Suspension Control

The vehicle can be lowered to make it easier to get in and out.

Activating easy entry in the center display:

  1. Tap Settings in the Top view.
  2. Tap My Car Volvo XC90. Leveling control settings Mirrors and Convenience.
  3. Select Easy Entry and Exit Suspension Control.
    • When the vehicle is parked and the engine is turned off, the level is lowered. (Level adjustment will stop if a side door is opened and will resume after a slight delay when the door has been closed.) When the engine is started and the vehicle begins to move, the level will be raised to the height set by the selected drive mode.

Disable Leveling Control

In certain situations this function must be turned off e.g. before the vehicle is raised using a jack*. The level difference caused by raising the vehicle with a jack could cause problems with the pneumatic suspension.

Turning off the function in the center display:

  1. Tap Settings in the Top view.
  2. Tap My Car Volvo XC90. Leveling control settings Parking Brake and Suspension.
  3. Select Disable Leveling Control.

* Option/accessory.

Leveling control and suspension
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