Routine repairs & good commuter car. (Don't let this scare you I had this car a long time) Rusted on hood and roof after 5 years owned. Wish it had lumbar support, my knees were higher than my hips causing an occasional stiff hip (I'm under 30 years old). With a lumbar pillow not bad. It had good pickup before the transmission started slipping the last year owned. Lasted on a few road trips without problems, but a week later the car usually made me pay. The tires would wear quickly and went thru 4 batteries. I've seen plenty of these cars around town so they must be pretty affordable and somewhat reliable. Towards the end of its life it had to be jumped if sat longer than 3 days
pop out cup holders, sound system, speakers until they blew out, the v6 until trans started slipping at just under 300,000 km or 186,000 - had a decent life (my sister and friend had cars that were paid off in 5-7 years and were in worse shape) Power Windows, mirrors, locks, Cruise control, arm rests
Trunk leaked and driver's window, Faulty electrical work with battery cable and radio, trouble with wheel bearings and gas leak, fuel/water pump. Had few sets of tires and muffler (drove until it died several times) Had it's fair share of repairs, but for the price wasn't bad as having car payments.
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