2013 3.2 80k
So the car has a very tight, stiff, and quick vibration at idle, both in park and drive. It's not violent at all, but it is noticeable through feel (the steering wheel is the most noticeable), and I can also hear it clearly. It presents itself as almost a buffeting of air pressure within the cabin. My question is, is this typical of the XC90, or should I start giving my motor and transmission mounts a closer inspection?
With my XC90 being brand new to me, as well as being my first Volvo, getting used to this car and all of it's eccentricities will be interesting. I have only driven a few XC90s for test driving purposes prior to buying mine, so I can't tell just yet if something is a normality, or something that needs to be looked into. I have always done my own wrenching for the most part, but it has always been on older German vehicles. Mechanically, Volvos are all new to me, so I'm looking for a bit of insight here. I'm sure i'll be poking in for more insight in the future here as well.
Edit: *vibration at idle, both in park and drive* with foot on the brake. I notice no vibration once I get moving. Over harsh bumps, everything feels nice and tight/smooth. So if it ends up being mount related, I don't think it's going to be a horrible job.