likewise... early feedback of build quality issues are still tainting my decision process and confirming my bias towards buying a brand new vehicle too soon.
I thought the same thing but realized that the XC40 had been available in Europe for the last year so I felt that most of the new model issues had been mostly addressed. Also the drive train has been in production now for a couple of years in other models and appears to be well sorted out. I am still a little afraid of the Sensus system and potential issues over the long haul. I did get an 8 year 100K mile warranty when I purchased it. I guess time will tell. Only slight frustration is getting the driver profiles and seat adjustments etc. sorted out. I thought I had it working right as it works for me and my key but when my wife uses her key and profile it does not re-adjust. I have something out of order somewhere. Definitely a car for the more tech savvy person until everything is sorted out.likewise... early feedback of build quality issues are still tainting my decision process and confirming my bias towards buying a brand new vehicle too soon.