So it looks like I'm about to become a Volvo owner again. I found a 2008 XC70 with just under 110,000 miles on it that looks and drives like a new car. These things are pretty impressive. It has a pretty good record of service but it appears that it mostly followed the factory recommendations. My guess is that the transmission fluid has never been changed. Any concerns with changing it at this point? I've never subscribed to the theory that changing fluid on a high-mileage transmission can cause problems but wanted to ask if anyone has found otherwise with these transmissions. I had a 2002 V70 that had never been serviced before I bought it with 140,00 miles and it flared and slammed into gear until I serviced the solenoids with a TransGo kit. Hoping to avoid that with this one, although for $58 it was the cheapest transmission fix I ever did and it's still running perfectly 2 owners and 100,000 miles later. What service intervals should I use for the differentials and Haldex? Are there any typical failure items I should replace now? From my research on this model, it doesn't seem there are too many serious trouble areas.