After owning a 1986 Toyota Cressida
that was very reliable, I had
trepedations about buying an
Amervian Car. But to make a long
story short, I went with a new 2000
Regal GS and I have no regrets. The
ride is great, the power is on-
demand and it has never seen the
dealership other then for standard/
Very fast car when needed and a
smooth but firm ride (which I like).
Ergonomically, the car has everthing
within easy reach.
The instrumnet panel lacks a little
plushness, the drivers seat should
have better back & thigh support
(though it is a comfortable car to take
on long drives).
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