Overseas consumers sue Volvo: there are “burning oil” defects

Recently, some overseas reports said that Volvo had been collectively litigant in the United States due to the burning oil. The reason is that Volvo cars equipped with 2.0-liter and 2.5-liter engines from 2013-2016 have a phenomenon of burning oil, and they are questioned because of problems caused by the piston ring. Volvo should recall the vehicle.


It is understood that the vehicles involving the litigation involved in the burning oil include the Volvo S60, the Volvo XC90, the Volvo XC60, and Volvo V60 produced in 2013-2016. It is suspected that due to the shortcomings of the piston, piston ring and/or piston head design or manufacturing, the engine has the problem of burning oil.

The collective lawsuit states that “Pistons cannot remove engine oil from the side of the cylinder wall during the workmanship.

And further pointed out: “The oil control ring has defects and is not allowed to discharge the oil on the wall of the oil cylinder. This will bring more oil into the combustion room and further destroy the piston, cylinder head and other engine components.

The lawsuit also claims that “the piston head and the cylinder head are damaged and the components are insufficient, these problems may cause the piston and even the engine to fail.”

In fact, the problem of car “burning oil” has always been paid attention to and valued by consumers. In China, many users are still plagued by car burning oil. Since the beginning of this year, BMW Motor has been complained for its hidden dangers of burning oil in its vehicles, and has been hotly debated by the Internet.


In addition, Volvo Motors also has such problems in China and has been complained by many users. Judging from the comprehensive public opinion complaints, it mainly involves Volvo XC60, Volvo XC40 and other models.


One of the netizens posted that the 2022 Volvo XC60 new car he purchased had severe burning oil problems. After claiming to pick up the car, it is about 0.2L of oil oil every 1,000 kilometers, which is equivalent to consuming 2L oil for a maintenance cycle. After the manufacturer’s maintenance plan is maintained, the problem of oil burning oil cannot be resolved.

In addition, on a third -party complaint platform, you can also see that many users complained that the 2022 Volvo XC60 has the problem of burning oil, which is roughly similar to the netizen description.

“The new car engine is burned with oil, 7,000 kilometers less 1.2 liter oil. Now it is determined to be burned oil. I hope to give a plan out as soon as possible.” Another user complained.