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Drove the car a bit over 200 miles home and no flat spots, shimmying, etc. felt in the Continental tires. Will check the mfg date on the sidewall in the daylight tomorrow.
Purchased from a Nissan dealer and they changed the oil for me at no charge. Other fluids will be checked over the holiday weekend. None of their Volvos, though, came with factory floor mats — the new Volvo dealer kept them, apparently, before they offloaded their 2016s on the Nissan dealer. Will order them this weekend through eeuro.
Ran the VIN through the NHTSA website and no open recalls showed up for plugs or anything else.
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