I have a 2013 s60 T5 that I have owned for about two years. It has 83,000 miles on it, I have put on about 18,000 of those.
The car had a number of problems that the original owner had Volvo fix (more then I knew when I bought it). It had the engine rebuilt at 40,000 miles due to bad piston rings. It also had many front end problems fixed, including new struts and control arms.
I am not thrilled with the handling of the car, it feels like it has a lot of oversteer especially when you turn the wheel all the way. I just replaced the struts and shocks again. Last week I got a check engine light and a 'whistling' sound. It ended up to be the PCV breather system, $550 later I am up and running OK.
As I read about that problem I saw a lot of people talking about seized engines in these cars at around 80-90k models. With all the problems this car has had I am considering trading it in right now. Anybody with any thoughts about this? Any other thoughts on the long term reliability of this car?