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Using Local Search

Updated 1/21/2020

Using Local Search

Local Search is an app which can help you to find e.g. restaurants, hotels, petrol stations and lots more by searching online from your Internet-connected Volvo (Local Search is only available for cars equipped with Sensus Connect and Sensus Navigation).

The Local Search app

Local Search is a preinstalled app which you can access from your car and searches for updates when the car is started. For instructions on how to use Local Search, see the video tutorial or follow the instructions below.

Instructions

On the centre console: Press the connection button twice and select Apps.

In the Sensus Connect menu: Select Local Search.

In the Sensus Connect menu: Search for the required facility (e.g. restaurant, hotel, petrol station) near to your car/town.

The search results are listed.

In the Sensus Connect menu: Select the required facility and press OK/MENU to start navigation.

For more information on Local Search, see Local Search.

Interactive guide for Sensus Connect

If you want to explore the options that Sensus Connect has to offer more closely, please take a look at our interactive guide that you can find here Sensus Connect Guide.

Car model/model year

S60, V60 and XC60 from and including model year 2014 to and including 2018Equipped with Sensus Connect and Sensus Navigation..

V40, V70, XC70 and S80 from and including model year 2015 to and including 2019Equipped with Sensus Connect and Sensus Navigation..

The range of models, systems and services may vary depending on market.

For car models from and including model year 2020, see on-line manual for the model concerned.


This article is applicable to

Car model/model year

S60, V60 and XC60 from and including model year 2014 to and including 2018.

V40, V70, XC70 and S80 from and including model year 2015 to and including 2019.

The range of models, systems and services may vary depending on market.

For car models from and including model year 2020, see on-line manual for the model concerned.


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