2011 Volvo C30 Technical Data

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T5

T5 R-Design

 

Engine

2.5 liter, DOHC, inline turbocharged 5-cylinder

STD

STD

Compression ratio

9.0:1

9.0:1

Configuration

Transverse/FWD

Transverse/FWD

Displacement

2,521 cc

2,521 cc

Bore x stroke

83.0 mm x 93.2 mm

83.0 mm x 93.2 mm

Horsepower (SAE net)

227 hp @ 5,000 rpm

227 hp @ 5,000 rpm

Torque (lb.-ft. SAE net)

236 lb.-ft. @ 1,500-5,000 rpm

236 lb.-ft. @ 1,500-5,000 rpm

Max engine speed

6,500 rpm

6,500 rpm

Fuel, recommended octane

Regular

Regular

 

Transmission

Six-speed manual

STD

STD

First gear

3.39:1

3.39:1

Second gear

1.91:1

1.91:1

Third gear

1.27:1

1.27:1

Fourth gear

0.95:1

0.95:1

Fifth gear

0.78:1

0.78:1

Sixth gear

0.65:1

0.65:1

Reverse

3.20:1

3.20:1

Final drive ratio

3.77:1

3.77:1

Five-speed "Geartronic" microprocessor-controlled automatic with "Auto-stick" function

OPT

OPT

First gear

4.66:1

4.66:1

Second gear

3.03:1

3.03:1

Third gear

1.98:1

1.98:1

Fourth gear

1.34:1

1.34:1

Fifth gear

1.02:1

1.02:1

Reverse

5.11:1

5.11:1

Final drive ratio

2.27:1

2.27:1

 

Brakes

4-channel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) and Electronic Brake Assistance (EBA)

STD

STD

Disc diameter, front/rear

11.8/11.0 in.

11.8/11.0 in.

 

Suspension

Suspension, front: MacPherson struts with coil-over springs, stabilizer bar

STD

STD

Suspension, rear: Multilink independent with coil springs, stabilizer bar

STD

STD

Sport Chassis

-

STD

 

Steering

Power assisted variable speed, rack and pinion

STD

STD

Turns, lock to lock

2.6

2.6

Turning circle

38.1 ft.

38.1 ft.

Steering ratio

15.4:1

15.4:1

 

Wheels and Tires

17" x 7.5" - "Spartacus" alloy wheels with 205/50/17 tires

STD

-

18" x 8.0" - "Midir" alloy wheels with 215/45/18 tires

-

STD

 

Interior Dimensions

Cargo capacity (seats up)

12.9 cu. ft.

12.9 cu. ft.

Cargo capacity (seats down)

20.2 cu. ft.

20.2 cu. ft.

Head room, front (without sunroof)

38.2 in.

38.2 in.

Head room, rear

37.8 in.

37.8 in.

Hip room, front

54.3 in.

54.3 in.

Hip room, rear

45.1 in.

45.1 in.

Leg room, front

41.6 in.

41.6 in.

Leg room, rear

34.2 in.

34.2 in.

Shoulder room, front

54.7 in.

54.7 in.

Shoulder room, rear

51.3 in.

51.3 in.

 

Exterior Dimensions and Weights

Curb weight

3,200 lbs.

3,200 lbs.

GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Ratings)

4,320 lbs

4,320 lbs

Front track

60.4 in.

60.4 in.

Rear track

60.3 in.

60.3 in.

Fuel tank capacity

15.9 U.S. gallons

15.9 U.S. gallons

Height

57.0 in.

57.0 in.

Length

167.4 in.

167.4 in.

Towing capacity

2,000 lbs.

2,000 lbs.

Wheelbase

103.9 in.

103.9 in.

Width

70.2 in.

70.2 in.

 

Fuel Economy

Automatic transmission, city (estimated)

21 mpg

21 mpg

Automatic transmission, highway (estimated)

30 mpg

30 mpg

Manual transmission, city (estimated)

21 mpg

21 mpg

Manual transmission, highway (estimated)

29 mpg

29 mpg

 

Performance

Top speed (electronically limited)

149 mph

149 mph

Acceleration (0-60 mph) manual transmission

6.2 sec

6.2 sec

Acceleration (0-60 mph) automatic transmission

6.6 sec

6.6 sec

Stopping distance (from 62 mph)

125 ft.

125 ft.

 

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