We bought this car with around 100K on it. All it needed was new tires and brakes. Overall it has been a solid reliable car. The only real problems we had with it was a bad wheel bearing and a dead heater fan. The engine and transmission, like most GM vehicles, are solid and reliable. The V6 is quite quick. I'm not sure about the 4 cylinder but I hear they're slow. Fuel economy also isn't bad for a V6. The interior is not a strong point as there was a lot of loose trim panels and the front power window switch cluster broke so the the switches just dangled from the wires.
Powerful V6. Smooth transmission. Good Fuel economy. Automatic door locks.
The car's interior could definitely use more quality. Also the power steering is light to the touch. A little more back seat room couldn't hurt. Styling could have used many tweeks. Though functional it was quite bland.
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