This car looked as close to new as a
car could, it was beautiful. It was 7
years old had 60,000 miles when we
bought it. At 68,000 mi, water pump
replacement and a plastic connecting
part, Cost$600+, @70,125mi. 8yrs
old:transmission compleatly destroyed,
Cost $3,800+, @ 71,828 mi. Ideler
pulley wipped surpentine belt out, Cost
$132, @72,400 mi. Radiator cracked,
traded this crap in on a used truck.
Selling dealer would only give a trade
in of $3,500 a year later, the car
still looked new and was in excellant
mechanical condition when we tried to
Traded it in at mega loss at a diferent
Interior, ride, and size.
Get the reliability to up atleast past
the payment notes on the car, say 10
yrs. 150,000 miles. Tramission is
junk, redesign. Get rid of cheep
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