Volvo V90 Engine Oil Finder

"I roll" is the analogous translation of Volvo from Latin. In keeping with the name, the brand's first vehicle rolled off the assembly line in Gothenburg, Sweden in 1927: the ÖV4 was an open car with a four-cylinder engine. In 1999, the Volvo Group, which also builds trucks and buses under this name, sold the passenger car division to the Ford Motor Company. Volvo cars have belonged to the Chinese Geely Group since 2010.

The Volvo V90 emerged from the 900 series that the Swedish manufacturer launched in 1990. Six years after the launch, the sedan was renamed the S90 and the station wagon the V90. However, the model was discontinued in 1998. It wasn't until 2016 that Volvo again launched a station wagon called the V90, which took the place of the previous flagship V70. The new edition is closely related to the S90 sedan and the XC90 SUV and is available with petrol, diesel and hybrid drive. Despite the size and weight of the 90 series, Volvo only uses four-cylinder combustion engines.

Volvo V90 Engine Oil Capacity - How Much Engine Oil Does a Volvo V90 Need?

The recommended engine oil for many of the Volvo V90 models is 15W-40 oil and has a volume of 5.75 litres. However as this can vary by year we have a table with all the recommended oils for each year of Volvo V90 .

We have listed all the Volvo V90 models and engine types in the following table, as well as the correct engine oil grade for each of the cars. You can use the search and filter to easily find the right engine oil for your Volvo V90.

Car Make & Model Year Oil Grade

Volvo V90 gearbox and transmission oil

The recommended oil for the gearbox and transmission for the Volvo v90 is Dexron II or IID mineral oil for gearboxes and has an amount of 6.5 litres.

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