I inherited this car from my mom after I wrecked mine. The compressor and condensor went out after only two years of ownership. Was told it would be cheaper to replace the car than fix it. The fuel guage stopped working after about two years. The ash tray broke off, two of the air vents are broken, both cup holders are broken, the passenger visor is broken and after more than an hour or two the seats become extremely uncomfortable. However, the car has almost 140,000 miles on it and no major mechanical work has had to be done. I would suggest that you weigh what's important to you in a car before you buy one of these.
It's got a lot of miles and is still running
The air conditioner, interior integrity, gas mileage, passenger side mirror being adjustable from the drivers side, seat comfort and probably some other things I can't think of.
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