I saw the car at the 2006 New York auto show and fell in love with it. The lines on the car are beautiful with the top up or down. The ride is good and its quiet inside. The interior is a little on the plain side when compared to other luxury brands. The front wheel drive is great in order to cope with New York winters. I would not even consider a rear wheel drive car.
Beautiful styling with the top up or down.
The memory seats don't always go to your position when you unlock the door with your key. My 10 year old Chrysler performed this function flawlessly but for some reason the Volvo cant seem to retain the memory. You can always use the memory buttons on the seat but they must be held down.
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