Volvo has recalled the petrol 2016 XC90 SUV, over concerns about a short bleeder hose in the engine bay.
According to the company, the hose could degrade and crack, causing coolant leakage. If coolant accumulates on the catalytic converter, there's a risk the catalytic converter's heat insulation could act like a wick, potentially resulting in a fire.
A total of 571 units are included – a VIN list is attached here.
Volvo S90, V90, XC90 get new 'T5' petrol engine in the UK
Volvo Car UK has added a new engine option for its 90 Series models in the form of the 186kW 'T5' petrol engine.
Serving as a new entry point to the petrol-powered large car line-up, the T5 engine is a 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo unit with 350Nm of torque, mated as standard to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
In the S90 and V90, the T5 powertrain is available in all model grades (including V90 Cross Country) with the exception of the entry-level Momentum and Momentum Pro.
Volvo's first EV will be built in China, exported to the world
Volvo has confirmed its first ever commercially available pure electric vehicle will be built in China.
In a statement, Volvo said its first EV will go on sale in 2019, and will be made in China for both local and global consumption.
The Volvo EV will be based on the Compact Modular Architecture (CMA), which will serve as the basis of the upcoming XC40 crossover, S40 sedan and V40 hatch or wagon, as well as the Lynk & Co 01 SUV and 03 sedan.
2017 Volvo S90, V90 Cross Country and XC90 recalled for airbag fix
Swedish manufacturer Volvo has issued a recall for 524 vehicles across its S90, V90 Cross Country and XC90 model lines over concerns the curtain airbags may not deploy properly in the event of an accident.
Due to a manufacturing fault, bolts holding the curtain airbag in place could have the bolt head detach, meaning the inflator may not be correctly secured.
2018 Volvo XC60 revealed, Australian debut due later this year
The brand-new 2018 Volvo XC60 mid-sized luxury crossover has now made its public world premiere at the 2017 Geneva motor show.
The second iteration of the Swedish brand’s rival to the Audi Q5 looks to be a big step forward on its nine-year old predecessor, which accounts for around 30 per cent of Volvo’s global sales.