We bought this car maily because it looks great.
But that's where it ends.
There are several serious blind spots, the front headrests push your head very far forward making it very uncomfortable.
Cheap materials like the carpeting, no trunk release from inside the car, no gas door lock, etc.
After 2,000 miles the car has been in for several repairs with more to come.
We are getting 12 miles to the gallon - dealer says all his customers are getting far less than what's advertised.
Several mouldings don't even come close to lining up.
Fit and finish widely varies by each vehicle on lot.
Any interested buyers?
Eliminate bliind spots, move front headrests further back, put in good carpeting, add a interior trunk release and gas door lock, line up parts correctly, eliminate paint scratches and imperfections, make the engine and trans reliable, improve gas mileage and get rid of the silly fake hood vents and pad on top of the instrument cluster as it just doesn't look right.
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