At least with a Volvo you don't have to worry about buying parts that require you to sell a kidney to afford.
@Double A Ron , cheap and manageable, just how I like em
@Double A Ron , and they won’t be on the slow-boat from Germany when you need them.
@Double A Ron , apparently you don't own a Volvo.
But... But what's wrong with Volvos? D:
@A pet named Steve, I think Volvo was a bad reference to personality. I think some discontinued piece of crap like a AMC Rambler is more like it
@A pet named Steve, don't worry, he probably means early 2000's Volvos
@A pet named Steve, if you are building a tank? Nothing. If you wanna not be perceived as an unhip old coot? A lot
@A pet named Steve, I mean just look at them, they are a bulky girls car...
@tfrosty, but what about, for example, the Volvo XC90 from 2015? Or all the big ass construction vehicles and trucks from Volvo lol
@A pet named Steve, eh.... Personally Volvo to me screams "I have no taste but I have money, money is a personality right?" Nothing against you if you have one, that's just my opinion as not only a "car guy" but someone who works on cars for a living
@tfrosty, I get what you mean. In my opinion, they are good family cars though, because the are (well, the new ones at least) very safe.
@A pet named Steve, now that is true, but for the sake of the joke I believe he is referring to my opinion on the car or at least like it. :)
@A pet named Steve, they have and always will be the safest cars on the road. I mean they're literally the ones who invented the modern seatbelt. Look up some of the safety features they've made on YouTube, it's wild
I know a girl called Mercedes, she doesn’t have the personality of a Volvo. Not sure she really has a personality at all actually.
Great tits though.
Hey, man, I really liked my Volvo; it smelled nice.