I purchased a 2015.5 S60 as a CPO car from this dealership from Ricky Jr., the car was found on a car search engine. The purchase experience itself was not bad. Ricky is a consummate salesman, answered all of my questions, and stayed in good contact until the sale was complete. The car I purchased was not originally CPO'd, so I paid the extra $2K to buy the CPO warranty. Volvo has a comprehensive CPO checklist the dealer service department has to complete before you go out the door, plus warranty on most items to 100K miles. I travelled appx. 175 miles one-way to buy this car as it was the best deal in Florida on this year/condition low miles car that was able to be CPO'd.
Well.... While the purchase experience with the salesman was not at all bad, the dealership itself was a different matter. Cramped and crammed with cars, I was forced to use dirt parking outside of the dealership property and walk in. The dealership charged $1,180 in non-negotiable "fees" on the sale, although even with those fees the car was not a bad deal. The car had several items corrected on the CPO inspection, but needed to be re-cleaned before delivery, which it was. At the end of the day, I drove out the door happy.
Well... the following day I thoroughly inspected the car after the trip home. The service department had not cleaned the car well under the hood, with numerous leaves and twigs in both of the side tracks which were bulging out of the sides of the hood. The CPO checklist indicated they had changed the wiper blades. They did change... one blade. The other juddered & streaked up and down the driver's side of the windshield when the wipers were turned on during rain. I purchased & installed a blade to replace the bad blade. The heated seats need servicing and are non-operational. The car is losing power and making clicking sounds on moderate to heavy acceleration (known issue on this model/year of S60). The dealership missed a broken panel on the driver-side B-pillar under the seatbelt which is moving back and forward loose with noticeable wear on it. I'm also seeing an intermittent low battery warning every few days. So, my local Volvo dealership will now be on the hook to fix the remainder of the items under warranty that these folks didn't catch. Disappointing.
In sum, barring the items above (which I'm sure will be fixed), the car was not a bad deal. Would I use this dealership again? Quite frankly there were both positives and negatives to my experience with this dealership. I guess it would depend on how good a deal there was here. If it was a REALLY good deal, just maybe. Maybe.