Not part of the forums? Register. It's free.
Need help? See our Help Page.
by Gidish » 31 Jul 2004, 00:21
by csbrianp » 12 Aug 2004, 00:00
by potroast » 12 Aug 2004, 20:38
by Tsquared » 12 Aug 2004, 21:58
potroast wrote:buy your parts online.
do the work yourself.
If you do that, you'll have a fine time. If you take it to a shop, I hope you're rich.
I'm at 164k miles, and I'd be VERY disappointed if I got any less than 250 out of it!
by TAFinley » 17 Aug 2004, 05:39
by dan_burdock » 19 Aug 2004, 13:53
dan_burdock wrote:sts less to fix each time. Volvo doesn't break much but costs more to fix each time. My time is valuable, so the Volvo is better value. And, it is damn fast too.
You got a dud here. Sorry for the luck.dan_burdock wrote:I'd look else where my 850t5r has been the most unreliable car I have ever owned. Bought with 50 thousand on clock from reputable main dealer. 1 owner from new, full volvo service history. Had it for one year. New ABS tracs pump + ecu over a grand, air con faults totaling 500 gbp, scuffed tyres 2 sets after 10,000. 2 wheel bearngs, famous PNP switch, new lamda, failed CAT and now after 1 year I am sick of it, it has never been right since first purchase, I have had loads of time off work. I have owned 2 alfas which I thrashed the hell out of, tyres were the only real cost,
I have never thrashed the volvo, I can't for fear of some costly bill, When they say Volvo for life, they mean once you have bought it you can't get rid of it.
by tina » 22 Apr 2005, 23:09
by dosbricks » 23 Apr 2005, 02:48
by Jaxx » 23 Apr 2005, 05:38