Purchased in December, 2010.
At 3,500 miles, the fuel pump went out putting fuel into the oil.
Currently waiting for the repair.
Because this is a new vehicle, the pump will not arrive at dealership for 3 to 5 days to be completed.
Never got over 21 mpg even though it said we should have 32 mpg.
Interior and ride is comfortable.
How can a fuel pump break after 3,500 miles?
I know anything made by man can break -- but really after only 3,500 miles?
-- can't we do better than this?
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