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By Matt Mavrolas on
1998 Volvo V90 4dr Wagon
These newer Volvos are very expensive to repair, and maintain. Common problems: cracked headlight covers, front brakes wear out quickly, timing belt needs replaced every 60,000 miles, front suspension parts wear out and have replaced the same suspension parts more than once. Biggest problem: transmission failure. Also hesitation problems from a standing start. And I babied this car!
Incrediby comfortable. Great handling. Great road car for long trips.
I will not own another Volvo, too many expensive repairs.