Reliable Executive European Car with Comfort and Power
This car has numerous light bulbs. Each year I have to replace at least one of them. However, it is not very expensive to replace one as it cost me around $6.00 to $50.00 (at most).
Engine Emission and Turbo charger need to be replace within my first 2 years (at 90,000 Km). However, the car is entitle for extended warranties, which I did not have to pay even a cent for the replacement (as Volvo warranties is responsible for that).
One of the most reliable European Cars in the market.
This is very luxury car with exceptional leather seats, heated seats, personal air conditioning, and considerably wide legroom for the rear passengers.
Volvo has the best service department with friendly and helpful attitudes. They are willing to check and fix some minor problems for a free of charge).
People might have an image that European Cars are expensive to maintain. The reality is differences, if you service your vehicle with dealers the fees would be very similar. The replacement items such as front passenger tray cost only $40.00 (include the labour work), light bulbs around $6.00 to $50.00, which are even cheaper than some Japanese cars.
The car is very quick, the T6 Turbo engines give out 200Kw.
The car is much more durable than some Japanese cars. Cambelt replace at 110,000 Km (My other two Japanese cars- Lexus at 85,000 Km, Accord at 95,000).
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 1st August, 2007