LED daytime running lights (Excl. JP)
By replacing the daytime running lights' halogen lamps for LED lamps, the car gets a modern appearance. The LED lamps emit a strong white light that makes the car easier to spot, which also increases road safety.
Snow chain "Centrax"
A snow chain specially developed for several tyre dimensions. This type of snow chain has the advantage of not being fitted on the inside of the tyre and so does not take up the space required by larger tyres.
The perfect aid when driving on snowy and icy roads. The sock is easily mounted on the wheel and provides increased friction on snow and ice. It takes up little space and can be reused. The snow sock will not damage the rims.
Tyre pressure monitoring system iTPMS (Ch 200634-, Excl. HK, JP, KR)
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (iTPMS) is a monitoring system for the tyre pressure. A correctly inflated tyre means less tyre wear, better fuel consumption and safer driving.
Child Safety Seat
Infant seat (CN)
For children up to 13 kg, newborns up to approximately 1 year old. The rear-facing infant seat, with high and well padded sides, together with the deep shape, gives optimal protection for your child.
Easy access rearward-facing child seat (CN)
For newborns to up to 18 kg and 40-105 cm in height. The supplied baby insert must be used for newborns, which is specially designed to give support for the very smallest. Volvo recommends that your child should sit facing backwards in the car to at least 4 years of age.
Rearward facing child seat (CN)
For children between 9 kg and 25 kg, approx. 9 months to 6 years old. Volvo recommends that children travel rear facing in cars until at least 4 years of age.
Child Safety Equipment
A practical dirt cover with different pockets for the child's toys, which protects the car's upholstery from dirt and stains while the child is sitting in the child seat.
Locking wheel nuts
Lockable wheel nuts, specially developed for Volvo Cars, which gives improved safety.
If the battery in the car has been discharged then it is possible to "borrow" current from either a separate battery or a battery from another car. Always check that the clamps on the jumper cables are firmly secured so that sparks are not generated.