I have driven my Century for 7 years and my grandma had it long before that and it has been an incredible car. I just recently bought something else, and retired this one at 132,000 and it's still going! Sure, I've had to do some major repairs, but it's getting old. The car is incredibly durable. It can truly take anything. With good tires, it's perfect in snow. I've had my new car for 3 days, and already can tell it's not going to be nearly the car my Century was.
Some cons that made me buy a different car were that my driver's side window would not roll down anymore and my back defrost quit working. But as stated before, the car has gotten old and it has a lot of miles on it. It's still a great run engine wise.
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