I had 200 miles on car and was out of
town when the passenger right window
would not go back up. Was on a cold
Saturday and could get no help. The 800
number refered me to some window repair
places that I was to pay to have car
repaired..could not find repair places.
The car was taken to the
dealership..they got the window up and
ordered part..had to wait 3 days. One
week after the "repair" the same window
is doing the same thing. It is also
difficult to get key out of ignition if
the shift is not perfectly in
place..have to jiggle shift to get key
out. I traded in a 2002 Seabring and
wish I still had it!!!!!
Price was good, salesman was good.
My head hits the roof when i am
driving..I am 5'8', but it is my wife's
car so not really an issue with me.
Must have better quality control...see
review above for details of my
dissatisfaction with new car wtih 2000
miles on it!!!!!
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