I am on my fifth Volvo loaner. The dealer has finally identified the problem with my car after four attempts. That's the good news. The problem is the fix is purely software related and there is not software available "yet" to fix my car. They are apparently coding it up in Sweden but no one knows when it will be released. My car has been in and out of the shop for 30+ days in the past 2 months. I bought the 2017 Inscription this past summer, new, approx 72k. No one knows when the software will be available to fix my vehicle. That said, they told me to come pick it up today or tomorrow. I have been nice, they have been nice. No one is being unprofessional. I even offered them a case of wine if they could fix it. What to do? Is employing the lemon law practical, or is it one long waste of legal funds? Does working directly with the dealer or Volvo corporate ever really yield success? If you have any experience with Volvo or any other manufacturer on this type of issue please let me know. I don't want my new full time job to be arguing over a car. Best case, I write Volvo corporate and they offer a refund or swap for a car that works but from what I understand, there are so many software issues that I can't imagine they would make the former a remote possibility. I can only imagine how bad the CarFax report is going to look should I try and eat it on a trade as well. This was my fear with any vehicle with so much code behind it, mechanics can't fix it, just software developers. Trying to keep my cool, but any experience with any car as it relates to unfix-able issues as communicated by the dealer would be helpful.