Hi, I took delivery of my 2022 XC60 T8(with extended range) in March. Not really enough time to assess reliability but I haven't had any major mechanical issues currently the headlight washers don't always retract in and some foam is coming out from under one of the roof rails. I get to enjoy the dealership doughnuts Monday. I've had 2 OTA updates which went smoothly but didn't solve many of the things I don't like. The good: Drives smoothly and handles well at speed in corners. Great power although I haven't needed to tow with it yet. (I lived in Sweden for a couple of years, in a neighborhood filled with Volvo engineers. You might not believe the size of the boats they towed). Air shocks are wonderful as is the extra clearance in off-road mode. I get about 36 miles city highway driving on Pure electric. 40-50mpg driving an hour to my cabin in the mountains and 300 mpg coming home back down the mountains. Charges in 12-14 hours on 110 v, about half that with 220 v. I use the regenerative breaking about 95% of the time (this sets the parking brake when you stop so shift from B to D before you drive into an automated car wash). Lane keeping feature works well. Adaptive smart assist cruise is pretty good,, occasionally tracks on cars in the right lane when I am in the left lane in a left curve. Auto wipers work pretty well, just remember to turn them off at the car wash. The not so good: Pilot assist features (other than the cruise) are generally crap. Pilot steering doesn't do a good job of staying centered and tries to pull you off the road when the road widens for right hand turn lanes. Also doesn't do well in more than 30 degree corners. Turns off at about 80mph with no warning (although it does warn you when it turns on the A/C to cool the infotainment unit). I've tried it about 10 times and it causes more danger/stress/fatigue than driving without it. Auto headlights flip every time you approach a reflector so it is also pretty useless. The infotainment system needs work. A lot of voice commands don't work when the car doesn't have cell access (even though they did work with Volvo's older system) and the controls are buried a couple of menus deep with isn't super safe when you are driving. No spare tire which really limits me off-road until I get a new rim so I have a spare. I got the R design for the styling but have found the seat isn't as comfortable as the Inscription. They are designed to hold you in the seat but put pressure on my left cheek/hip. I drove a Hundai Tuscan for 10 days in Ireland and most of the features were better in the Tuscan although it was diesel rather than PHEV. I think it is a great choice if you are interested in reliability/safety and see the rest as icing on the cake. But if you are keen on the assist features I would look elsewhere. I will probably sell mine in a year when the full electrics have matured.