Volvo XC60: Label information - Specifications - Volvo XC60 Owner's ManualVolvo XC60: Label information

Location of labels
Location of labels

List of labels

1 Model plate. Vehicle Identification Number (VIN).

Codes for color and upholstery, etc. The model plate is located on the rear side of the B-pillar (the pillar between the front and rear passenger doors) and the rear passenger's door must be open in order to see it.

2 Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS) specifications (USA) and Ministry of Transport (CMVSS) standards (Canada). Your Volvo is designed to meet all applicable safety standards, as evidenced by the certification label on the driver's side B-pillar (the structural member at the side of the vehicle, at the rear of the driver's door opening). For further information regarding these regulations, please consult your Volvo retailer.

3 Tire inflation pressures. This label indicates the correct inflation pressures for the tires that were on the vehicle when it left the factory. Canadian models have the upper decal; U.S.

models have the lower one.

4 Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). The VIN plate is located on the top left surface of the dashboard. The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) should always be quoted in all correspondence concerning your vehicle with the retailer and when ordering parts.

5 Vehicle Emission Control Information.

Your Volvo is designed to meet all applicable emission standards, as evidenced by the certification label on the underside of the hood. For further information regarding these regulations, please consult your Volvo retailer.

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