A stud of a car and I'm still happy I purchased it those years ago. A powerful, fast car both on the freeway and off the line. Timeless lines and style; before the paint started fading people asked about it thinking it was a newer model car. Only in the last couple year have I started to nickel and dime for small things. After a fender bender though, the insurance has deemed it an economic total -- transmission and engine are still strong with 160,000 miles on it.
Reliability -- only 3 times did I have an issue and two were battery related. Looks-- I added some rims and it looked sexier than it already is.
If I was to buy this car again I would look at electrical -- alarm got weird, doors locks, and turn signals were tweaky. Leather seats started tearing at seams way too soon. And of course, cup holders.
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