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Volvo has announced a recall of 20,000 S80 and XC90 models due to faulty wiring that can cause the engine to short-circuit. The recall includes 10,300 cars in the United States, 1,000 in Britain, 500 in Germany and 300 in its home market of Sweden. We knew it! The cursed Swedes do their best to keep the best cars at home, consarnit. The rest of the affected vehicles are scattered to the four winds. Also of note, the blurb on Sveriges Radio International's page refers to the XC90 as a "Suburban Utility Vehicle," which is a far more appropriate label for its class of vehicle.

Volvo Recalls 20,000 Of Its Cars [Sveriges Radio International]

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