Your best bet is to buy a used one with
higher mileage. I bought my 1997 in
2002 with 100K on it. I've put on
20,000 trouble-free miles. It had a
sticker of close to $50,000 and I
bought it for $18K. The car spins like
a top. High quality fit and finish,
comfy, and fun to drive.
The best thing about the car is DRIVING
IT. It fits my whole family but when
you wind it up n the highway it sounds
like an exotic, and it handles great
for a car of it's size and weight.
The only thing I can identify as really
crappy is the cup/drink holders. Very
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