Problem-free, frugal motoring with 166k miles on the clock. Had an oil change done now as the car had done 10k km since the last one in the spring, and I'm pleased to note it only needed a little swig of top-up oil in that time. Next change should be somewhere at 173ish k and then 180k.
Lol, it seems there's actually something to fix. The brakes have been sounding like death just now, especially when using them more. We drove back from the cottage yesterday and an hour into the drive the dash cluster lit up with ABS, traction control and brake assist warning lights. I was able to clear those with a restart but they always came back soon. It seems at least one ABS ring on a driveshaft has cracked, and I suspect it's the right rear, but I'll have to observe it myself. There's a chafing noise of metal on metal when driving on the lawn, too. I did already order new discs and pads for the rear during the weekend (old ones looked like crap and were a UK MOT comment already), but we'll see how much stuff needs to be redone while at it.
The steelies I got for the winter rusted up quite badly again, so I'll probably be ditching them. They cost barely anything, and I'm swapping the still really good winter rubber over to this new set I got last week. It's from a Jumpy and far less rusty, so I don't need to do any cosmetic work this time. The wheels even came with just enough rubber to justify mounting them already, so I'll get what kms I can get out of these and then swap on the proper summer tires I have. The BF Goodrich G-Grip tires are a bit louder than the Nordman SUVs on my OEM alloys, but they're quite fresh with DOT 18 stamps. Size is moderately off at 215/60 instead of 215/65 but it's liveable.
Still really digging the van look. These also came with big Citroen center caps that however would need modding to fit the Volvo wheel bolts, so I'll probably just sell the center caps to make back a few bucks.