I have owned lots of new cars and my favorite ones were either too sporty and not practical like my Scion FRS or my Mazda RX8 or my Mazda Speed3 or my Mitsubishi Eclipse GT. I always liked the sport wagons like the VW Passat GLX wagon I had and I always wanted to have an Audi A4 wagon. I finally decided to buy a new sport wagon so I checked out the V60 first. I like the car but I found the front seat did not go back far enough for me so I ruled it out and went to the Audi dealer and tried out a 2015 Allroad and liked it. So I went home and wrote up my proposal to buy the Allroad. I had 2 cars to trade in, a 2014 Mercedes C250 coupe and a 2012 Suzuki SX4 Crossover. I already new what they would give me for the Mercedes so I had to bring in my Suzuki so I went up the next morning ready to buy the Audi Allroad. I got there shortly after they opened so I had to hang around for someone to help me since my salesman wasn't there. Finally the person who had to appraise my Suzuki came over and insulted my Suzuki, walked out looked at it, came back in and insulted my Suzuki some more and then told me that my salesman would be in in the afternoon and to come back. I left, not to happy, and decided to go test drive an R-design V60. NOW did you know that the drivers seat in the R-design moves back further than in the other V60s? The salesman and sales manager/owner were both surprised. Before I bought the RD V60 I checked with another Audi Dealer to see if they would do my deal. As I attempted to propose my offer the salesman kept interrupting me asking me all kinds of questions about the other Audi I was looking at. I eventually hung up on him. All I wanted was a yes or no answer about the car they had. They called me right back and said they would do the deal. So Volvo can thank Audi for me buying the Volvo.