Bought the car used with 12,000 mile
bumber-to-bumper warrantee. Had to
replace both front and rear brakes
under warrantee. Drivers window
switch touchy in humid weather. Cup
holder very poorly placed and cheaply
made. "Sport shift" option too easy to
turn off by accident. Upside? Looks
very sharp - tinting windows and adding
vent covers helped. I surprise a lot
of people with the 3.8 supercharged
engine - very few 4 doors on the road
are faster. I had a 91 Pontiac
Bonneville (non-supercharged) before
this and the difference is dramatic.
Too bad (good thing?) it's
electronically governed to 115 MPH.
3.8 Liter Supercharged engine - 240
horses beats most any American sedan
and a lot of foreign cars costing 3x as
Fix the cup holder so it can handle a
Supersize cup. Better design on
storage (place for shades, radar
detector, bigger glove compartment.
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