Be careful of what you wish for.
We liked the design of the Volvo XC90, but after we bought it.....
30k miles, the ENTIRE front end had to be replaced (after about 4 shots by the dealer to fix it).
At 80k miles, Transmission failed.
$5,000 for a transmission!!
Around 110k miles, the CD changer and radio stopped working.
Would come on and go off randomly; sometimes staying on after the car was turned off.
The roof liner on both sides of the windhshield came off.
At 113k miles, Transmission failed AGAIN!
Said Good-bye this morning to the Money-pit.
Will never own another Volvo (my wife's 2002 S40 was the same story)
Handled very well for an SUV.
Very comfortable seats.
Did have great AC, and nice positioning of vents.
When the radio worked, it was nice
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