My dad bought a new Honda Odyssey this year and sold me this car, since I couldn't fit a car seat for my new baby into my 1992 Toyota Celica. He had the transmission rebuilt and then drove it up from Florida to Missouri with a trailer of furniture - well under the 3,000 pound limit. Now, the car needs a $3,000 ABS part, and the transmission needs to be rebuilt again, after less than 5,000 miles. The wipers operate randomly, which others in the reviews have noted, and the Infinity radio/CD/tape doesn't work - the buttons have to be pushed very hard, and then they sometimes operate other functions. I'm fixing it and selling it - and buying a nice, reliable used Camry.
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