Background: Bought a 2016 S60 a year ago when it was ~two years old. "Loaded" so the salesman said, though of course salesmen will say anything. But it does have the Premier Package, BLIS, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, 19" wheels (big mistake), parking sensors, upgraded leather sport seats, paddle shifters, keyless entry and ignition, adaptive cruise control, enhanced forward collision warning and mitigation, lane-keeping assist, etc etc.
SO naturally I thought that basic features just about any car has would be included. I should have checked! For:
1. Spare tire. It absolutely blows my mind that Volvo sells a $44K car without a spare tire or runflats. What on earth were they thinking? No one travels out of town? What are you supposed to do on a lonely highway far from home?? I can't even get runflats without replacing the wheels as well as the tires because the ride is bone-jarring enough with regular tires on the 19s.
2. No rear-view camera. The last car I had without a rear-view camera was ten years ago. I honestly thought they were required by regulation. Ugh. Given my long, curving driveway I could really use this.
3. No daytime running lights. Same here--I thought these were required by law. Mind you, of course, Volvo does have DRLs on this car, but they only work with the headlights on! In Canada the DRLs are switched on full-time but my dealer says he can't do this for me here in the USA. So I use my parking lights, but--get this! No warning when you have left your lights on. Can this be true??