You name it, and it has gone wrong with this car. I have spent 2.5K on repairs this past year alone. My only saving grace is that I bought it used, and it was a real "deal"; I guess the previous owner knew he had a lemon on his hands.
Our other car was, my son drives it now, a late model Volvo 850; which was/is very reliable; by Volvo & European standards, and not by Japanese standards.
Anyway, this car leaks like a sieve; coolant, engine oil, brake fluid, etc.
Every other month I have to replace a light bulb.
The ignition cylinder would freely turn and not start the engine, the doors would not unlock, the headliner was/is peeling, and I've made two visits to a body shop because of it.
It creaks during turns, the struts collapsed at around 100K miles, the transmission got stuck in the 3rd gear on an out of town trip, and its alignment has never been perfect.
I could go on and on, but you get the idea. Just read other folk's comments, and I have had those same problems. Yes, I also have a list of repairs from the dealer that needs to be done; $3750 in total.
On the positive side, the ride is great, the power is plenty, and it looks beautiful after a car-wash and detailing.
I will most likely give it to my next teenage driver, because it wraps the passengers in airbags and total safety. I've heard so many stories of people having walked away unscathed from their totaled Volvos, and cannot ignore this positive aspect of the car.
BUT.. next time I buy a car, I'll go to a high end Japanese make. Volvo may lead the rest in safety innovation, but it sure lags the rest in reliability; if my 1999 S80 is any indication.