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Trane XV95 Furnace

2.7 of 5 stars 40 reviews | #9 of 16 Furnaces
Updated: Feb 19, 2019 | Read more about Trane Furnaces | XV95 Warranty

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The XV95 is Trane's current premium two-stage variable speed gas furnace. It boasts an AFUE rating of up to 96.7% along with a DOE Energy Star rating.

The XV95 is made of quality, durable material and consists of superior components adding to its reliability. It includes a variable speed blower, a two-stage gas heating system, a one-piece aluminized steel primary heat exchanger, and an AL29-4C stainless steel secondary heat exchanger.

The Trane XV95 is housed in a heavy gauge, double-tone powder-painted insulated cabinet. It can be installed horizontally or vertically. Other convenient features include a 24-volt fuse protecting control and a cleanable filter.

Furnace Filters for the Trane XV95

Air Flow Configuration Cabinet Width Filters
Upflow / Horizontal 19-1/2" 1 17x25x1 filter
Downflow / Horizontal 19-1/2" 1 14x20x1 filter
Upflow / Horizontal 23" 1 20x25x1 filter
Downflow / Horizontal 23" 1 16x20x1 filter
Upflow / Horizontal 26-1/2" 1 24x25x1 filter
Downflow / Horizontal 26-1/2" 1 16x20x1 filter

Consumer Reviews of the XV95

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5 of 5 stars
Date created: 2019-02-19

No problems

I have had my train 7 years now the only issue I had was heard sloshing around so I clean the Trap 3 time now run smoothly every time after that

1 of 5 stars Delaware
Date created: 2019-02-16

Do Not Buy Trane XV95 Heat Exchanger cracks major failure in 8.5 years

Here is a letter I sent to Trane and Horizon Services in Delaware Please forward to the District Manager or the Owner: We are extremely disheartened after our service call, and what was discovered. The Technician Isaiah Young was amazing and very professional and thorough. We bought a very expensive Trane furnace and air conditioner (XV95). Look at our service history. We bought Trane because that is what your service technician when we bought it said was the best. Now here we are less than 9 years later and now we have a major failure in the system. The heat exchanger is cracked and failing. I am not sure how long this has been missed. We got yearly service for the past nine years. This last service was delayed because your scheduling department was so backed up. I was told in the summer of 2018 we are not taking appoints unless there is an emergency or an issue. I was also told we did not need the yearly service anymore. We continued the services because it did not sound correct. We were told this was a great system, your great system did not last as long as the builders grade furnace that was installed before we upgraded. Now our only option is to replace the heat exchanger free of charge by your technicians or replace the whole system for 6-10 thousand dollars minus the 2700 dollars. This is unacceptable. We were told that the service agreement would replace a failing system at no cost to us. Since you no longer sell Trane because of quality issues and a systemic problem with the failure of the heat exchanger, why would we want to replace the heat exchanger when it can fail again in a short time. If you're going to install a heat exchanger, it should be a better more guaranteed heat exchanger that won't potentially fail in a year. It should also come with an additional extended warranty free of charge. You should stand behind the products you install, just putting a band aid on a problem does not fix the issue. Replacing the heat exchanger is a band aid. For almost 10 years I have sung the praises of Horizon and their quality. We felt their word and reputation were unmatched.... now all of that is in question. Since this is a system problem in Tranes and the heat exchanger cracks and fails. When your organization stopped selling Tranes, and you started seeing these heat exchanger cracks and problems, you should have in good faith and conscience contacted all of your loyal customers in and out of warranty to keep them and their families safe and out of jeopardy. We were never contacted. You let us down in this respect. Luckily we continued our yearly services religiously or who knows what type of dangers we could have encountered. Instead of just putting a band aid on the problem, and to restore our shattered faith in your word, recommendations and reputation, we would prefer a replacement of the furnace at no cost to us and would remain a loyal Horizon customer with another 10 year warranty. If this is not possible, we request the $2700 which would be the labor cost and the part is roughly $500. We would appreciate a check for $3200 and would take our business elsewhere. We are so disappointed and out faith is shattered to be at this juncture again when we invested $20,000 into a high end furnace, air conditioner, and 2 zone automatic flutes. I request a thorough response in writing from your office. Respectfully, Mr. Washington

2 of 5 stars Missouri
Date created: 2018-09-26

Wrong burners for propane gas

Spoke with customer support in May about a burner problem, with the installer being Townsend Heating and Cooling, installed a new Trane furnace & air, which had wrong burners for propane gas. The company said they help offset the cost of the stainless steel burners, which are correct for propane. Now in September, one representative said send in all bills, which where $473.00 +$337.00, for stainless burners, which are under warranty, which as of 9/26/2018 Trane reneged, saying it wasn't their problem; it's a dealer problem.

1 of 5 stars Arkansas
Date created: 2017-12-31

Worst Unit Ever Purchased

We purchased this $10,000 "Better" unit through Lowe's and have regretted it ever since. Have had to have repair man out here every year (twice) the first year since we had it installed in 2014. And are sitting here today shivering in 21 degree weather waiting for a repair man---got down to 14 degrees last night and will get down to 10 degrees tonight. Always manages to fail on a weekend or holiday!!! Never, Never buy a trane. I would never recommend this product to anyone----you throw your money to the wind if you do.

1 of 5 stars Toronto Canada
Date created: 2017-01-15

Do not recommend it.

4 years after installation, blower motor failed. Now 3 more years and secondary heat exchanger is cracked. Water is flooding the furnace. Always have changed the filters. Apparently this furnace has a history of heat exchanger failure due to poor design. Trane would not own up to it. Do not recommend this.

2 of 5 stars Princeton, NJ
Date created: 2017-01-07

2 yrs after installation - multiple issues

We've had the furnace for two years and now have had two calls this year. The pressure switch is very sensitive and prevented the furnace from igniting. And now the furnace can't keep up with the temperature setting. The furnace seems too complex and difficult to diagnose. I have a warranty from the installer and Trane, but it may be hard to prove that the furnace is a lemon. Wishing I had my old, simple furnace that lasted for 20+ years.

1 of 5 stars Arnprior, Ontario, Canada
Date created: 2017-01-03

Substandard heat exchanger

New furnace was installed in 2008. On 29 Dec serviceman red tagged the furnace because of faulty secondary heat exchanger. They are coming tomorrow 4 Jan to put in the same type of heat exchanger which will no doubt fail shortly after my warranty runs out. A less than ethical manner of doing business? My opinion of Trane as a company is very low. Let's see if they reply to this review before I go to other public media to express my dissatisfaction.

2 of 5 stars Portland, OR
Date created: 2016-12-19

6 years old and already problems with this high end furnace

This furnace has worked fine - for the first 6 years. Now, it's noisy as heck, and my local installer is telling me they will only honor the 5 year warranty instead of the 10 year warranty from Trane. What? My installer, a trane authorized reseller promised me when they installed it that they had registered it. Bad on me for trusting them (Columbia Heating/Cooling in Portland, OR). And, I would certainly expect this high-end unit to have outlasted the cheaper "contractor grade" unit that it replaced. That one lasted 20 years.

5 of 5 stars Indiana
Date created: 2016-11-18

Best on the market

The problem with all major issues comes with improper design and installation. The ductwork isn't designed correctly with static pressure. There's too many poor contractors out there that don't measure ductwork and properly design the cfm. It doesn't matter what furnace you put under your ductwork, if the ductwork is wrong, the furnace will suffer. Make sure when you're looking at purchasing a new furnace or air conditioner, there's multiple things the contractor should do. The contractor should always do a manual j load calculation and show you required BTU'S. Also, make sure ductwork is measured and is suitable for new furnace.

5 of 5 stars Toronto, Canada
Date created: 2016-05-24

Two of the best - flawless performance over the years.

I have 2 heating systems in my house - one does the basement and first floor, one does the top floor. The upper unit is mounted in a closet off of the bedroom hallway. This Trane XV95 is so quiet as to be hardly heard in any of the bedrooms. The installers knew what they were doing; the duct system was properly designed to keep the air velocity in check and sound levels low. This unit is now 17 years old and has never been serviced - just air filter changes. So impressed have we been with this unit, we replaced the lower level furnace with another XV95. This is now 10 years old and we have had zero issues and zero service problems. Both units have Trane air conditioners on them and these too have worked perfectly from new. Poorly designed and inadequate duct systems are often the reason for poor furnace performance. High efficiency gas furnaces require greater volumes, often not possible with older duct systems. Our contractor stressed this and modified some of the duct work to suit the new furnaces. I recommend Trane to all my friends and they thank me repeatedly. It's Trane for me - all the way.

2 of 5 stars Strongsville, OH
Date created: 2016-02-04

Should have kept my old furnace

This furnace was installed in December 2014. It is now Feburary 4th 2016, and the blower motor failed. The part was covered but not the labor or the late night charge (of course things usually don't break during normal work hours). I paid a lot of money for this furnace and didn't expect a $160 expense so early in its life.

2 of 5 stars Aurora IL
Date created: 2015-11-20

This Furnace Was Disapointing

I had a new furnace installed back in 2011. I had done a lot of research trying to find the right fit for me. I needed something energy efficient, and that I wouldn't have to have repaired all the time. After reading glowing reviews of the Trane XV95 I decided to have that one installed. Problems with the furnace started early and kept growing as time went on. For one, it wasn't energy efficient like the product claimed. I saw no lowering of my heating bill. Another issue I had is it would decide to work when it felt like it. I've had to have several expensive repairs on the thing. The only thing I liked about the furnace was it seemed to be of great quality and low price. But with all of the repairs and problems I've had to deal with I wish I would have gone with a more expensive, top of the line furnace. I wouldn't recommend this product to anyone.

5 of 5 stars West Bend, WI
Date created: 2015-04-13

Great furnace

Reading all the bad reviews here, maybe I'm just lucky. My furnace was installed 6 years ago and it has worked 100% flawlessly - not one issue. I really think a lot has to do with the quality of the installation/installers. The furnace is very quiet even when it kicks into 2nd stage on the really cold days, and the heat is even - no 'hot blast' like we had with the noisy old furnace (1968 vintage). Also it cut our winter gas bills almost in half! I would definitely recommend this furnace.

1 of 5 stars Stow, OH
Date created: 2015-03-19

Makes me sick

I had a new AC coil and furnace installed this past summer. Since the day they were installed I have had nothing but constant watery eyes and headaches when my system is running. This winter I have a burning smell also. The local dealer was out once and didn't even open the furnace up; he went out to his truck to make some phone calls, and then came in and said they weren't going to do anything for me (basically telling me I was crazy). I have gotten no help from Trane customer service either, if you can call it that. It appears their primary purpose is to feed you BS and hope you will tire and go away. Stay away from Trane products.

1 of 5 stars Bothell, WA
Date created: 2015-02-19

Very unhappy customer

I had an XV95 installed a few days ago. I expect to hear fan noise, but it also makes a high-pitched sound (similar to being a couple of blocks away from a jet sitting on the tarmac ready for takeoff). My installer went to great lengths trying to fix the problem, even adding a new 10" diameter air intake to increase airflow and reduce stress on the furnace (it was actually needed, though it didn't solve the sound problem). The result lowered the pitch of the sound but not the sound volume. It's obvious by now that the cause of the sound is within the furnace, most likely the blower. When my installer called Trane for help, he was told that the sound was normal for all high efficiency furnaces. Bunk! Trane's response to the phone call seems to be a reliable indicator that their warranty is probably worthless. Seems once the furnace is out of their doors, Trane doesn't really want to fix any problems if they're caused by a defective product. Small comfort in reading these reviews, but it lets me know I've joined the ranks of those who've spent an awful lot of money for a lemon and posted their gripes here as I am doing. Trane furnaces probably are pretty good for the most part, but mine isn't. And don't blame my installer. He's licensed, has great reviews, isn't cheap, does everything by the book, and knows what he's doing. PS: My model number wasn't in the list so I picked the closest one. It's actually TDH2B080A9V4VBA.

1 of 5 stars Southwest Ohio
Date created: 2015-01-19

12/8/2010 - new XV95 installed

1/28/2014 - I had a new motherboard put in. 1/2/2015 - I had another new motherboard put in. 1/19/2015 - I had a new ignitor put in.

5 of 5 stars Webster, New York
Date created: 2015-01-18

Couldn't be happier

After getting a proposal I checked these reviews and was very concerned. My contractor (Crossfield, Webster, New York) was rather mystified, since in their experience they did not know of any issues as described here. Since I've used them for years I went ahead with the installation. Some people complained about noise. When I walked in the house the first day it was installed I did notice noise - all the other sounds in the house that I could now hear. It is that quiet. Now that it's very cold out, I can occasionally hear the higher-stage fan kick in; but only just. The really neat thing is something I didn't really believe or expect. I now have the temperature set lower and am more comfortable. I thought this was just sales talk, but the more-steady heat actually does make a physical difference.

1 of 5 stars Burke, VA
Date created: 2014-12-16


A cracked secondary heat exchanger let condensate/water heavily into furnace. It caused corrosion and the threat of a short circuit. It's a six year old furnace, properly maintained and inspected biannually. It is a piece of garbage.

2 of 5 stars Rockford, IL
Date created: 2014-11-12

Beware of operating noise.

Had an XV95 furnace and 16 SEER AC unit installed on 11/10/14. I live outside Chicago. The furnace makes a very loud rumbling noise when switching to the second stage burner and continues until the heat demand is satisfied. It's enough to wake you at night. It works very well at the lower stage and is quiet. It seems they would be able to solve this long-running issue. Just beware that this issue exists, and that Trane says, "That's the way it works".

5 of 5 stars South Plainfield, NJ
Date created: 2014-07-18

No complaints

Installed the xv95 along with an ac compressor in 2009. No issues. My monthly utility bill dropped on average over $100 a month. The unit has now almost paid for itself.

1 of 5 stars Omaha, NE
Date created: 2014-03-01

Not a good choice

We just had this furnace installed last week and spent extra money on it because it was supposed to keep nice, even heat in the house. I wish our we still had our old furnace because it kept the house much warmer. We used to set the thermostat on 70, and now it needs to be on 75 to feel warm at all. Even though the thermostat says it's 75 degrees in our home, it doesn't feel like it, and We can barely feel any warm air coming out of the vents like we used to. Any energy savings will be eaten up by needing it 5 degrees warmer to just barely be comfortable.

1 of 5 stars milwaukie,oe
Date created: 2013-12-08

Don't buy it

When my 1960's gas furnace went out in the dead of winter I was desperate to get it replaced. I contacted my gas company and they put me in touch with a company and that's all they sold. Well it's my mistake for not checking around I know, but its a Trane!!! I wish I had my old furnace back. I've had it just over 3 yrs had it serviced after the 1st year, tried to turn it on this year in october, had to replace computer board, tech couldn't tell me why it went out. Now it's 19 degrees outside and 48 degrees in my house. Don't buy a Trane

1 of 5 stars Frenchtown, NJ
Date created: 2013-11-13

Do Not Buy This Model!

I replaced an old oil furnace with a new high efficiency Trane XV95. At least once a week, the furnace does not ignite and instead blows cold air. Sometimes, all I need to do is turn the thermostat off and then on again, and the furnace works properly for a day or two. Other times, I need to call and have it serviced. The tech will either replace a part or tell me "I can't reproduce the problem". This seems to be a fairly common issue with this model. Waking up at 5 am and crawling around my furnace with a flashlight in a 55-degree house is not my idea of a good time. If you enjoy a cold house in the winter, this is an ideal furnace.

5 of 5 stars Grand Rapids, Mi
Date created: 2013-05-27

Excellent Product

I purchased a Trane four years ago, and have had absolutely no problems. I agree that if you have problems with Trane, then someone screwed up the installation. I had my system checked for the first time in four years last winter. The technician shook his head and said, "you know there is virtually no sign of wear". Four years of winters in Michigan will put any furnace to the test.

1 of 5 stars Yorktown, VA
Date created: 2011-12-08

Don't buy a Trane

Bought a Trane last December. My gas usage has increased every month the heater has been running. Don't waste your time listening to the sales pitch about efficiency...this thing is terrible. And, had installation problems...Trane support said to talk to the installer even though they were recommended on Trane's Website and certified.

1 of 5 stars PORTLAND,OR
Date created: 2011-10-26


This Trane XV95 unit was purchased 3 or 4 years ago. It had the main board go out within the first year, now it will not run. I paid almost 6000.00 for this thing ??? I guess it's better than putting oil in the old one. But not by much, this was supposed to be top of the line? I don't think I would buy another one.

1 of 5 stars Ontario, Canada
Date created: 2011-10-22

Never buy a TRANE furnace again

Trane xv95 control board and ignition broke after 13 months. It costs me almost 500$ in labor because only parts are covered and if Trane breaks 10 times you will pay the labor every time. Very bad deal, very bad product, it took 3 days to have it repaired. Trane does not a phone where you can call only email. This is a company with bad products which relies only on the fame of the past. The components and the service is the worst in the industry. The answer I have got by email is to pay more money to have labor covered. This company will go into the grave of low quality products where all American industry is lately. Maybe Obama and Bernanke will bail them out too like gm, aig and other icons of the past which became a living shame of the former American brands and quality.

1 of 5 stars Kent, WA
Date created: 2011-09-27

XV95 Unreliable

Our unit Trane TDH2B080A9V3VA has proven to be very unreliable and I am glad we live where the temperatures does not get below freezing very often. I would consider this unit unsafe as our unit has not lasted through the winter without the furnace failing. There is no fail-safe operational setting or by-pass mode to ensure heat is supplied during freezing conditions. This unit is on its fourth circuit board ($165.00/board) and second wire bundle.

5 of 5 stars
Date created: 2011-05-26

XV 95

This furnace was just installed (xv95) two months ago. Also, it is not getting much of a workout being these are the summer months. Inspector said the installation was very good. He had only minor comments on improvements that could have been made. I intend to give another evaluation after one year. I'm hoping for the best. I used a contractor that was recommended by the gas utility.

5 of 5 stars Tulsa, OK
Date created: 2011-04-21

Trane Rocks!

Replaced system with Trane furnace xv95. Solid as a rock. Quite and efficient. No more blasts of air - keeps temperature constant with very little swings. Also noticed that I no longer get condensation on my windows from the humidifier (April Aire). Wish we had this furnace years ago.

5 of 5 stars Alberta
Date created: 2011-02-24

Works great

So far we've had no issues with our xv95 Trane furnace, It's been well over a year now and not one issue. I don't know a thing about furnaces or installing them but I imagine there's some merit to having a good installer who knows what there doing and takes pride in there work. Good luck all.

1 of 5 stars Rock Island, IL
Date created: 2011-01-19

Bad igniter on Trane XV95

I thought this was suppose to be the best furnace when I bought and had installed it 2 years ago. Installed a xv95 and air conditioner too. had my first service call today and had a bad igniter. which was covered under warranty but labor which came to 18 dollars (as it only took him 10 minutes to diagnos the problem and fix it.) which cost me 59 dollars. so it only cost me $77.00 for repairman to repace the ignitor. I think this is a racket as they all must know that these igniters are junk. The repairman was at my house less than 15 minutes, so he already was prepared to replace the junk igniter. What is Trane going to do with all these ignitor issues that I read about?

5 of 5 stars Drumheller, AB
Date created: 2010-11-19

Works very well

I had an xv95 installed Jan. 2009 to replace an old 1960's vintage furnace. I like it very well, except had to replace the circuit board about a month after I bought it. Other than that it has worked exceptionally well, and it uses way less gas.

5 of 5 stars Grand Rapids,Mi
Date created: 2010-11-06

Xv 95

We replaced 15 year old carrier weathermaker with the trane xv95 and we love it and have noticed reductions in both gas and electric bill. Agree with other reviewers--its the bloody installer thats far more important than the equipment.

4 of 5 stars Freeport, IL
Date created: 2010-09-23

No problems

I bought a XV95 2 Stage Variable Speed Furnace 3 years ago. I have had maintenance service done every year as recommended and have experienced no problems at this time. My XL14 Air conditioner 2ton has also had no difficulty. With a Tempstar in a past home requiring numerous service calls for various things within the first couple of years. I find this refreshing.

3 of 5 stars Pittsburgh, Pa.
Date created: 2010-08-23


Just bought a xv95 furnace today. I also bought the warranty which means I have 10 years parts and labor for300.00. I hope I don't have to use this warranty as much as a lot of the folks writing reviews.

5 of 5 stars
Date created: 2010-08-01


I just purchased a Trane dual-fuel heating and cooling system. The outdoor unit is an XL15i and it works great. The indoor unit is an xv95. I really like it. It provides us with warm comfortable heat after the heat pump has reached its balance point. I suggest that you look into the Trane dual-fuel heating and air conditioner system. It will be your greatest investment!

1 of 5 stars
Date created: 2010-07-10

Don't Bother Buying Trane

Just had a Trane xv95 and 16I a/c installed this winter. All these comments blaming the installers are a joke. I had what is considered the best company with a 20 yr reputation install this, and it's just giving me a lot of trouble. Yes, the installers don't know what they are doing, but shouldn't Trane be overseeing who is installing their products? So far, I had a rumbling and rattling that was really loud. They were out 3 times, insulating the cheap door on the furnace. Guess what, after all that I took off the door and started it up to find the gas pipe was installed so close to the cabinet it was making the rattling noise. Now that summer is here, I had the temp set at 71 and the best it would do is 74 degrees. The company says it's because of my venting in the attic needing more insulation. What a joke, I asked them 3 times before I bought this about changing the vent system in the attic, and if it was adequate or needed more insulation and was told no. The thermometer outside the house was mounted under the soffit on the west side of the house and is off by 10 degrees. They told me it's because it's mounted on the west side of the house. I could have told them that, why didn't they put it on the north side then? It's like the 3 Stooges are operating Trane and the furnace company. Try and call Trane customer service. Wow! They don't have any phone you can call. Good way to say, they don't have complaints. As for fuel efficiency, so far this summer this new 16I a/c is using more electric than last year at the same time. So much for spending 8grand on fuel efficiency and a new high end furnace. The installer has a 100% guarantee, and I think I might take them up on it. If this wasn't so aggravating, it would be funny. Save yourself a lot of trouble and get anything but Trane.

1 of 5 stars
Date created: 2010-03-01

No Heat from the Trane

I've had my Trane xv95 for two years, and have had nothing but trouble since week one. Repairman was out only one week after installation. Had to pay $400 in labor, parts were covered though. One year later after it kept blowing cold air every other day, I had another company out to replace the circuit board, another $200 in labor. Now I wake up again to 60 degrees in my house overnight because it's been blowing cold air again, of course the warranty is only good for one year so I have to pay for a new ignitor. Another $500 in parts and labor. What kind of company expects someone to pay $5000 for the furnace and installation and only backs up their product for one year. My Trane furnace is a piece of junk and I tell everyone I know not to get one.

5 of 5 stars
Date created: 2009-08-14

Trane XV 95

This furnace was just installed (xv95) two months ago. Also, it is not getting much of a workout being these are the summer months. Inspector said the installation was very good. He had only minor comments on improvements that could have been made. I intend to give another evaluation after one year. I'm hoping for the best. I used a contractor that was recommended by the gas utility.

Other XV95 Reviews

A review states that the Trane XV95 model is the best furnace system in the Trane stable and also that the brand itself is one of the best in the industry.

Question and Answer


Red light is flashing on a Trane XV95 furnace.


The blinking light is part of an error code, meaning there is a problem with your furnace. There should be a list of diagnostic codes on the inside of the furnace's front access panels, explaining what is wrong wtih the furnace by how many times the red light blinks.

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Trane XV95 Model Numbers

The XV95 is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.

Model Number AFUE BTUs per Hour
TDH2B060A9V3VA 95 60,000
TDH2B080A9V3VA 95 80,000
TDH2C100A9V4VA 95 100,000
TDH2D120A9V5VA 95 120,000
TUH2B060A9V3VA 97 60,000
TUH2B080A9V3VA 97 80,000
TUH2C100A9V4VA 96.7 100,000
TUH2D120A9V5VA 95.5 120,000

XV95 Warranty

Trane XV95 comes with a limited lifetime warranty on the heat exchanger and a 10-year limited warranty on internal functional parts. Consumers have to register their products within 60 days of installation to validate the warranty. Extended warranty options are available which cover labor costs and other expenses that are not covered by the manufacturer's warranty.

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