I saw a used volvo v70 xc on craigslist with some pictures and a short description. I called the number listed, and I was informed it was for sale through a used car dealer called 1023 motors, in Auburn NH. I arranged to take a look at the car on the following afternoon. 1023 motors turned out to be a small dealership with a pretty good selection of used cars and trucks, they even had an airplane parked among the used cars. I was met by Ryan, and he handed me the keys to the volvo, and urged me to take it for a ride. I thanked him and told him I would be right back. He told me to take my time, and if I had an interest in or any questions about the car, stop into the hanger when I got back. Talk about a low pressure sale. I took the car for a through test ride, using local streets and Rt 101 and thought the car was in pretty good shape, so when I got back, I asked about service records (he had copies) and known history, and any problems that had shown up during their inspection. Ryan explaned that they do not do NH safety/emissions inspections, but they do a pre-inpsection , with attention to things like, tires, brakes, suspension components, exhaust system, lights, and any service lights on the dash. The check engine light was not on when I took the car for a test ride, but Ryan said it had one previous, which they had cleared with a hand held machine. He told me it was a minor evap leak, which usually is the gas cap is not tight, or needs a new one due to a seal being old and cracked, and assured me it was nothing to worry about. We made a deal on the car, and I drove away, pretty happy with the price, and the no pressure buying experince. Three days later, the service engine light came on. I remembered what he said about the gas cap, so I bought one at pep boys. I still needed to clear the light. I was reluctant to call Ryan, because he warned me that it had come on before, and because the bill of sales has written on it as part of the sales agreement, that their is no warranty, expressed or implied, in bold print, just above where you sigh it. But I figured he might be able to clear it for me, I called, and he told me to bring it down at my convience, and he would take a look at it for me. Ryan was able to clear the light, and sent me on my way, in just a few minutes. He also told me if I had any problems with it, to give him a call. A couple of days later, the light came back on. It was time for an inspection, and it wasnt going to pass with the light on. I called Ryan and he told me to bring it down, which I did. Ryan gave me a loaner and told me to come back that evening to pick it up. When I came back that evening, the car was fixed, Ryan replaced an canister that is in the evap system. I asked him how much I owed him, and he told me no sweat, have a good nite. I have since driven the car about 2800 miles, without a problem. I would buy another car from 1023 motors, they have a pretty good selection, prices are fair and affordable, and he goes out of his way to make sure your satisfied.