I admit that I never thought I would
buy a Volvo. The end of year
incentives made me give it a look.
Those incentives allowed me to get a
2.4T with sport, luxury, and touring
package for under $30K. I kind of
like the distinctive styling. Around
San Fran Bay Area, 90% of the cars are
Honda, Toyota or BMWs. I am
glad I at least got something semi-
unique. It is a nice car that has
decent power. I am a little wary of
how it will hold up, given some of the
comments in here, but I tend to treat
cars gently so I think it will last a
long time. The gas mileage is OK.
The fronts seats are very nice.
Fronts seats. Styling. Geartronic
transmission is a good toy, but I only
got it because it was on the car I
Back seat space. More storage nooks
in cabin. Make radio display more
visible during daytime. Standard
radio is only so-so. When you use the
cup holder in the center you can't use
the center as an armrest.
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