When purchasing the Volvo, I explicitly asked if the timing belt had been changed. They said that it looked great. I had some immediate warning lights that came on in the first week - took back and they changed something. Warning lights kept coming back and they told us to just ignore them. However a month later, all sorts of warning lights started going off (telling us to stop immediately). I did not feel confident Batson would review the problem and tell us the truth, as they blew it off before. Took it to Volvo of Nashville. In reviewing problem, they said that the timing belt was cracked and in danger of snapping. Batson had a mechanic and had the ability to know if the timing belt was recently changed. They told me false information when buying the car that put my family in significant risk, as I took their word for it and would not have had the timing belt checked had another electrical problem not come up.