2015.5 V60 Premier, 2.0L Drive-E, in service date July 6th, 2015. Failed oil consumption test at dealer ($370 on my dime) at 58,800 miles. Service advisor contacted Volvo about Good Will repair. Was informed they have several cars already waiting for ring replacement and only one tech capable of that kind of work so it would be a month or two before he could schedule it. At 61,400 it started sputtering badly and threw the "engine performance reduced" prompt on the dash. Nursed it home. The service department at the dealer was too slammed to see it right away. Took it to my local mechanic who replaced the plugs (one was missing the electrode entirely), then the coils. Still ran rough, opened up the intake manifold to look for vacuum leaks and discovered the intake manifold was partially melted. Just got towed to the Volvo dealer this afternoon. Second Volvo I purchased from the same dealership and the V60 had been serviced at that dealer at 10/20/30/40/50K. I seem to fit the profile for goodwill repair, but time will tell.