Normally I wouldn't be too keen to buy a 120,000 mile car, especially as I do quite high mileage myself, but this is a Volvo, and Volvo build quality is legendary with tales of 350,000 mile cars still running fine, and the Volvo owners club having several 500,000 milers still registered ... Read review
"...this is a Volvo, and Volvo build quality is legendary with tales of 350,000 mile cars still running fine, and the Volvo owners club having several 500,000 milers still registered as running. Whilst I can't vouch for that, I can say that the S60 shrugs off 120,000 miles like most cars shrug off half that. I have never driven a car with mileage like this that feels so new. The doors still close with a well damped clunk, absolutely everything works, ..."
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"I have a 2001 volvo s60 TS 2.0l Petrol. I've had to car for 1 year now and its covered 90K since new. The car hasn't had any faults since i purchased it except the ocasional bulb failure (as i understand, a common thing with volvo's).
The gear changes are smooth and engine quiet and reserved. I have to say the power from the 2.0l engine isn't amazing and i'm sure the 2.4 owners will have a better acceleration (although bigger petrol prices). The ..."
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"...100kmh its about 8,2 while Volvo say it's 9,2. Car is not cheap to run so if you want to save money buy S60 with D5 instead 163hp or 185hp (depends what year is the car). If you like speed buy T5 and live long with your car. So far only driver car lock broke ( service told me it would cost £270 to repair), I had small financial problems so i didnt fixed it. I made great choice because lock fixed its self after week. Only investments in the car was ..."
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