The large 1997 and earlier Seville is a
smooth operating machine that is fast
and comfortable. The gas milage is
excellent on the road and the car just
floats along. The time to buy one of
these cars is now because of the huge
hit the market has had. The lower the
miles the better. Remember however that
at 100,000 miles the car is just due
for its first tune-up. The only real
weakness that I see is the need to
replace some very high priced struts
when the car reaches about 70k.
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