It is a good car.
People never change timing belts, check oil and antifreeze and then complain about engine failure.
Some other problems, which were solved are very common for other cars:
ignition coils die all the time on Fords and Nissans, valve cover gaskets need to be replaced on Toyotas.
All reliability problems were solved by GM by 2000. 2000 and 2001 are reliable cars.
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