The Volvo XC60 tyre pressures should ideally be checked at least once each month and when cold. After driving for a few miles, the tyres temperature increases and as a result, the pressure inside also increases. A ‘cold’ tyre is the same temperature as the ambient temperature outside the vehicle.
If it is only possible to check and adjust tyre pressures when they are ‘hot’, it’s advised to increase the tyre pressures by an additional 4 psi (14 kPa) above the recommended cold inflation pressure.
Running your vehicle on under-inflated tyres:
- impairs the roadholding of your vehicle
- reduces tyre lifespan of your tyres
- increases fuel consumption
- increases the risk of overheating and damage
- increases road noise
- affects travelling comfort
- affects steering characteristics
Tyre Pressures for the Volvo XC60 2009 – 2017
Use these tyre pressure values for the Volvo XC60 first generation 2009 to 2017. Tyre pressures are for all engines and are based on the same tyre type as factory fitted by Volvo.
Tyre Pressures for the Volvo XC60 2017 – Present
Use these tyre pressure values for the Volvo XC60 second generation 2017 to present. Tyre pressures are for all engines and are based on the same tyre type as factory fitted by Volvo.
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