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hi, I have nearly the same car mine is auto vs. manual. The $1500 passenger seat sensor should have been covered under warranty - there was a recall and it's good for something like 10 years (don't quote me on that) but even after the 50K warranty they should fix that for free.. What is your mileage? I'm around 75K miles and I also had to do the water pump and thermostat. But that's normal - I paid $500 for pump and $90 for thermostat with labor it came to about $1100. I just did spark plugs too and they were $20 ea. so $120 plus I dunno labor say .. total $200? but I did them early and they last 100K.. Also I live in FL so the car sees lots of dry weather on well paved roads - no snow, no salt etc so it's holding up. But $500 for a replacement rim seems ridiculous? Are you going to the dealer for all this stuff? Looking online? B/c yeah you are really paying top dollar for all of this - oh and as for the radio yeah that IS a disappointment - sounds great but the LCD display DOES start to black out - I live with it I can still read it just sort of cut off at the bottom.. Damn! $1200 ok no way heh heh - no used newer radios from a 2007 or 2008 totalled car??Report it
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