Always wanted a Volvo XC90. Bought one. Very happy when delivered. Thought I got a safe and reliable tank! Wrong! The car broke and was towed to the dealership after one week of ownership. It is now back in my garage. How do you feel when you shelled out 40k for a SUV that breaks this early in your ownership? I now keep my fingers crossed. Read your state's Lemon Law. I did. I hope I won't need it. I like this car, but...
Excellent looks, outstanding interior. Luxurious but simple. Just enough perks inside and out. Gives you a "safe" feeling.
How about better quality control? Why are these things breaking so early? When I say early, during the first month of ownership?
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