When I got this car, it was like mid-september. I really didn''t know how to react with it, but the more i got to drive it, te more attached i am with it. I've driven lots of cars in the passed, but none that can put up with the Legend. around 69000 miles, throttle response= amazing, and now just adding stuff that can repesent on who i am. a biggie it has, its that its never been under roof, so all the paint is faded, and the tod rear back seats are burned, but really dont matter. braking very smooth and right when you need it, and going up hill, you feel the power of the engine, its just amazing!
The radio is one of them, even though its cassette, but you can ajust teh bass and treble, but more into detail, not like cars now, which they take the entire bass and treble panels individually and adjust it like that. The acceleration, my car is automatic, yet feels like a manual. The steering, quick response, very smooth with no pain.
However the exhaust could use an overhauling, doesn't quite put up with the engine. also big loooong tail lights, well, not very attractive. And could use maybe some 16 inch alloy rims, instead of 15's. and the headlights dont go very far, and the high beams look like if it was a 2011 car. Not the Best car to drive at night, lack of visibility, and could have more horsepower, around 165, instead of 141. Doesnt seem like a lot, but a lot of that difference is on the exhaust, engine capacity, and fuel consumption
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