I now own a 2003 S60 T5. My first try
was a new 2002 S60T5 which was
returned to Volvo because when cold
starting the vehicle and placing it in
gear the car would "choke" and jump.
Now our 2003, brand new volvo S60 T5
is doing the same thing and the
dealership cannot find what the
problem is. This is very frustrating
since i'm paying a fortune for the
car, and my confidence in the
reliability of the vehicle has been
blemished. I'm truly dissapointed in
the ability of checking the vehicles
system for faults, since Volvo appears
unable to detect the fault.
The stereo system is plush and so is
the rest of the vehicles interior,
very comfortable and elegant.
Car needs more space in back seating.
And most of all someone to figure out
what is making my T5 act up after cold
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