VOLVO XC70 ENGINE OIL Capacity and Specifications

Volvo XC70 Engine Oil Capacity - Specification -Viscosity
Volvo XC70 Engine Oil Capacity - Specification -Viscosity

Volvo Xc70 Engine Oil Capacity and Specifications

Specifications for the Volvo XC70 engine oil capacity. Are you an owner or a mechanic and want to know the engine oil capacity of the Volvo XC70? This blog post is made to provide that information.

VOLVO XC70 ENGINE OIL INFORMATION

Volvo XC70 First generation (1997-2000):

2.5-liter turbocharged inline-5 engine producing 193 horsepower:
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 5.7 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 6.0 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA A3/B3, API SJ/CF, 10W-30 or 10W-40 synthetic or mineral oil

Volvo XC70 Second generation (2001-2007):

2.4-liter naturally aspirated inline-5 engine producing 168 horsepower:
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 4.3 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 4.5 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA A5/B5, API SJ/CF, 5W-30 or 0W-30 synthetic or mineral oil

2.5-liter turbocharged inline-5 engine producing 208 horsepower:
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 5.7 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 6.0 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA A5/B5, API SJ/CF, 5W-30 or 0W-30 synthetic or mineral oil

2.5-liter turbocharged inline-5 engine producing 300 horsepower (in the limited-edition V70 R model):
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 5.7 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 6.0 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA A5/B5, API SJ/CF, 5W-30 or 0W-30 synthetic or mineral oil

Volvo XC70 Third generation (2008-2016):

3.2-liter naturally aspirated inline-6 engine producing 235 horsepower:
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 6.0 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 6.3 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA A5/B5, API SJ/CF, 5W-30 or 0W-30 synthetic or mineral oil

3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 engine producing 281 horsepower:
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 6.0 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 6.3 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA A5/B5, API SJ/CF, 5W-30 or 0W-30 synthetic or mineral oil

3.0-liter turbocharged inline-6 engine producing 300 horsepower (in the XC70 T6 AWD model):
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 6.0 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 6.3 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA A5/B5, API SJ/CF, 5W-30 or 0W-30 synthetic or mineral oil

Volvo XC70 Fourth generation (2017-2021):

2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 engine producing 250 horsepower (in the XC70 T5 AWD model):
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 5.4 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 5.7 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA A5/B5, API SJ/CF, 5W-30 or 0W-30 synthetic or mineral oil

2.0-liter turbocharged and supercharged inline-4 engine producing316 horsepower (in the XC70 T6 AWD model):
Engine oil capacity (without filter): 6.3 liters
Engine oil capacity (with filter): 6.6 liters
Engine oil specification and viscosity: ACEA C5, 0W-20 synthetic oil

Brief Information About Volvo XC70

The second generation (2000–2007) debuted in spring 2000. It was based on the P2 platform and, as with its predecessor, was also offered as an all-wheel drive variant marketed as the V70 AWD and as a crossover version initially called V70 XC. For model year 2003 the crossover was renamed to XC70. The sedan model was called Volvo S60.

The third generation (2007–2016) debuted in February 2007. It was based on the P3 platform and marketed as the V70 and the XC70. Production of the V70 ended on 25 April 2016, the XC70 continued until 13 May 2016. The sedan model was called Volvo S80.

All P2 platform Volvos received a minor facelift across all markets for 2005. The front fascia was redesigned, tail and head lamps were changed to clear covers, the center console and dashboard received detail changes. Some minor changes were made to the electrical system and some engines, such diesel engine models received a particle filter. A new 6-speed automatic transmission was introduced, available in both AWD and FWD configurations. Production of the second generation V70 and XC70 ended with the 2007 model year.

For 2003 the model was renamed the XC70, in keeping with Volvo‘s newly introduced XC90. Petrol 2.5L low pressure turbo engine replaced the 2.4L low pressure engine.

To coincide with the 2005–2006 Volvo Ocean Race, Volvo revived the V70 and XC70 Ocean Race Editions. These were unveiled in early 2005, and once again were painted only in a unique shade of blue. They had upgraded standard equipment and special styling touches such as specific alloy wheels, blue interior trim, leather seats with contrast stitching and Ocean Race badges on the outside.

After model year 2011, Volvo discontinued sales of the V70 in North America, instead marketing the FWD variant of the XC70.

The Sensus Infotainment System from the Volvo XC60 was made available in 2011 for the V70 and XC70. For 2012 the V70 and XC70 received a minor facelift. The front received a redesigned bumper with chrome accents, the Volvo logo on the front grill was enlarged. The indicators in the side mirrors were redesigned and changed to LED, and the rear light cluster redesigned. New optional alloy wheels and exterior paint options were added.

As with previous generation models the XC70 features increased ground clearance, optional all-wheel-drive and some cosmetic differences from the normal V70. On the outside there are XC-only front and rear bumpers, side skirts, wheel arch extensions and additional exterior door trims all in unpainted black plastic. The optional roof rails feature an embossed “XC” and are only available in black. Various unique alloy wheels are offered only for the XC.

In 2011 Ocean Race Edition versions of the V70 and XC70 were unveiled to coincide with the 2011–2012 Volvo Ocean Race. All cars featured special interior trim, decor and details. Exterior colours were limited to Ocean Race Blue Metallic or Electric Silver Metallic. Engine choices were limited to the D5 or T6.

The V70 and XC70 were available with four-, five- and six-cylinder engines.

Third generation V70 and XC70 models initially had Volvo‘s RTI navigation system available and have included Volvo‘s Sensus Infotainment System console from model year 2012 onward. As usual with Volvo, front seats and rear bench are of orthopedic design. Dolby Pro-Logic systems are standard, and speaker upgrades and sub-woofers are also available. The standard audio system includes a CD player; optional audio has a USB connector for MP3 players, Bluetooth streaming and the ability to import music files to the car’s hard disk. From production week 46 in 2013, map upgrades can be performed by the owner via USB, rather than the previous DVD-based system.

The latest revision of the XC70 includes DSTC (Dynamic Stability and Traction Control), which is standard on all models and combines the functions otherwise known as Electronic Stability Programme and traction control.

Thank you! This information was researched and compiled by: Erwin C. Salarda

erwincsalarda

Importer and Dealer of Automotive Equipment in the Philippines. Product Inquiry: Call/Text/Viber: 0915 5686 4578 Email: [email protected] Facebook: Erwin C. Salarda

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