I have a 2016 XC90 T8 (Plug-in hybrid). A week or so ago the back-up camera stopped working, came back on, stopped again and then other electrical things like child locks activating etc. started happening so I took the vehicle into Volvo. They called me back the next day and said there was a leak into the passenger footwell that had corroded "all the wiring" and that I should call my insurance as the car was "not repairable"!!! The bill to get this news was $ 700. I said that didn't make sense as I had never seen water (have weather tech mats and the leak is obviously under them). I told them to remove the carpets etc. see if we can dry it out and find the source of the leak (they hadn't located it as they said it didn't matter because they didn't see a reason to charge me more when the vehicle won't be repaired). Today (with the bill now over $ 1000) they told me that the leak is from the sunroof (cassette assembly). The leak supposedly ran behind the interior and settled in the passenger footwell. They also said all recalls have been done so there is "nothing they can do" as it is not related to a defect. They repeated the advice to call my insurance. When I suggested this was crazy as there is a known problem (as detailed in several threads here and elsewhere on the internet) they said they had already discussed with the service manager and they said again there is nothing they can do. They said I could call Volvo Canada if I wanted but that they think my best option is to call my insurance since the car is not repairable. This is still a very expensive vehicle and seems impossible but here I am. Any thoughts, ideas or advice would be greatly appreciated.