When I got it the brakes were bad and had to be replaced almost immediately, then the tire blew from a not so serious run-in with a curb and both rear tires had to be replaced. Since then, I've also had to have a belt replaced. Thank goodness I bought a warranty, so I only had to pay for the deductible. I've spent more time getting this car repaired than I did the very old Subaru I sold to get it.
Stylish, lots of bells and whistles, easy to maneuver and park, tons of cargo space.
Excellent vehicle, no surprises.
2011 Volvo XC60Mark Harris - Cary, NC10/15/2016
Tremendous automation and safety for a 2011. Auto-braking is great. Solid ride. Adaptive cruise allows for feet free driving in rush hour traffic. DVD in dash and 2 in front seat headrests for the 2nd row with wireless headphones. Free traffic on Nav system.
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