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S60 T5 ALERT 4 years 2 days ago #908

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I own a 2013 S60 T5. Recently, I shut off the motor, removed the fob and started to get out of the car. Then I realized the car was rolling backward. ON MY CAR YOU CAN TURN OFF THE CAR IN DRIVE. My local Volvo dealership tested what I experienced and reproduced it many times. Then they tried a 2013 on their lot and did the same on it.

Why do you have to put your foot on the brake to start the car but then can turn it off and remove the fob in DRIVE?

The dealer says Volvo says it's a glitch. I think it's a safety hazard. Kind of disappointed in Volvo this time.
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S60 T5 ALERT 1 year 5 months ago #2315

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Thank you for posting this ... I just purchased a 2012 S60, so I appreciate knowing this.

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