Question about 2004 Volvo S60
All new car dealers are very expensive and unreliable for repair, since their main goal is only to sell new cars, not to keep older ones running well.
So you have to find alternative sources.
For Volvo, IPD is a good parts source:
Yes, Volvo parts are a little expensive, but are still a better value because they last longer.
All cars are less reliable these days because they all have added too many unreliable features, such as electric windows, door locks, keys, etc., and automatic transmissions.
But Saab is a lot more unusual and had gone through a lot more changes than Volvo. I think you will be satisfied with Volvo.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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