Question about 2002 Volvo S60
I need advice, I bought my Volvo used at 58K and LOVE it. However, in less then a year I have spent $3400 on 4 new tires, ball joints, power steering hose and pump and control arm. I really need someone to be straight with me...is this what I should expect from now on? I either need to budget for painfully high repairs or sell my lovely car!
The fun has only begun my freind. My 2002 Volvo S60 80,000 miles has cost me a over $2500 in repairs over the past year and right now it is stuck in park in my driveway after just getting it back from the dealership yesterday for the same problem. Sell you Volvo before it drains your bank account and patience.
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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