When I bought this car it seemed to be
in pretty good condition. It had 69,000
miles on it, as well as a spotless
interior and exterior. Shortly after i
purchased it it began having problems
from a non-working air conditioner, to
brake problems, to the on-board
computer going bad, etc etc etc.
Finally in October 2003 the engine had
a blow up and would have cost $3500
dollars to fix. Needless to say I am
now saying good riddance.
I don't know if the car's previous
owner just abused the car, or what, but
i never had more than a month or two of
trouble free car ownership while i had
the 3.5L v6 engine was nice and
powerful (until it exploded on me)
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