I purchased my 2004 XC90 through Military Car Sales while serving overseas. My vehicle went in the local dealership on numerous occasions explaining to them that we were experiencing problems with the transmission slipping and not operating correctly. Of course, like most dealerships they find the easy over the hard way to explain what the problems was. Needless to say, I am back stateside, my warranty has expired, and it is now sitting at an AAMCO shop for repairs. When I initially return from overseas in August of this year I had to take it the dealer for the exact same problem, warning signal appeared on dash,and I was told by the dealer in Fredericksburg, VA, after diagnostic checks were performed they stated that there was too much fluid in the transmission, and they needed to purge some for it begin to operate more smoothly.... WRONG! Now the vehicle is worst than it was when I took it there in the first place. My concern with the whole issue is that I spent quite a deal of money for this vehicle, and feel strongly that Volvo has to give an explanation why why a vehicle with just 62,00 miles has to have a new transmission.